How to Find the Deadliest Martial Art in the World!


How many times have you heard of somebody claiming they know the most deadliest martial art in the world? And it is always claimed with piercing eyes and a significantly deep and ominous voice. In this article I am going to tell you the truth about that claim, and this will enable you to find the deadliest, most potent art you can find.

When somebody says they know combat jujitsu, and it is the most deadliest martial arts style in the world, they are saying it is their favorite art! When somebody says their karate is the deadliest form of karate, they are saying that it is the best martial art for them! I don’t care what they are studying, or if it is the most extreme martial arts imaginable, it will be limited by themselves.

People invest their time in something and they have to believe in it. And this is understandable because do you expect them to say, I study this art because it is weak and doesn’t work? I understand this, and that’s the way people are, and it just tells me that when somebody has outlandish claims, it is time to look a little deeper.

So what makes a martial art deadly? There are several factors to be considered here, all of which must be considered if you are to choose an art which will really work for you. Mind you, if you want to study the most effective martial art you can, these are the things that you need to consider.

Do the instructor’s students look good? This is crucial, because no matter if that instructor is billed as the best martial arts instructor, or the deadliest man on earth, if he can’t get others to do what he does, then his claims are useless to you.

Does the art have a full range of deadly martial arts techniques? Can the instructor take down attackers whether they hold weapons, kick, punch, or try to grapple? You have to be able to fight anywhere, and in any terrain, and against any number of people, holding any variety of deadly weapons.

So, good instructor, good system, and now we come to the crux, do those deadly techniques have genuine chi power? Do they have that jing power that erupts from tan tien, pushes against the floor, and comes out of their fists and feet like lightening! Don’t be fooled by mysterious explanations of intrinsic chi power, just observe whether the instructor has an explosive power that is sudden and overwhelming to the attacker.

Okey doke, I think that’s about it. Just remember that whether your art works or not depends on not just your instructor or the system, but on you. How much you study, how deeply you commit yourself, that is what is going to make the art you study the deadliest martial art in the world!

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6 thoughts on “How to Find the Deadliest Martial Art in the World!

  1. CSPS Online

    Very true. It’s the people involved, not the system itself, which is more important in my opinion. That’s what made me develop the CSPS – a focus more on concepts than self-limiting techniques, and on the student as an individual rather than as another faceless exponent of The One And Only Deadly Effective All-In-One System!

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  2. El_greco

    The most lethal martial art is called “Pankration” used by ancient Greek soldiers. This is not for self defense, but for killing enemy soldiers in combat. A very “lighter” version is today a ring sport

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    1. alcase Post author

      It’s a shame that there have to be light versions. There are ways to train to full effectiveness without killing people. Thanks for commenting. Al

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      1. alcase Post author

        You know, I thought about that. Interesting. According to Wiki one is the ancient art, and the other (Pacrase) is a recent invention having to do with marketing and tournaments. Obviously, there’s going to be a lot more to it than that. But try wiki for basic starters. Good articles with lots of data. Have a good takedown. Al

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