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Old 07-08-2007, 06:53 PM   #1
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Pankration: Interpreting the Art
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Pankration: What It Was
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Ancient Greek Boxing
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Historical Union of Pankration
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American "Rough and Tumble"
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Captain John Godfrey's Treatise Upon the Useful Science of Defence, 1747
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IBHOF "Pioneer" Section
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Cyber Boxing Zone--Bareknuckle Champions of England
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Cyber Boxing Zone--Bareknuckle Champions of America

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Traditional Boxing Thread @ Martial Arts Planet
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Martial Arts to 1699
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1822-1860

Layton's Norfolk Wrestling, 1830's
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Donald Walker's Wrestling, 1840
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Old 07-17-2007, 09:50 AM   #2
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Great work, any chance of getting that "much more to come"?
Yep...a brief vacation sidetracked me.
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Old 07-17-2007, 10:34 AM   #3
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this is great. im a big fan of oldschool stuff lke john sullivan, and the marquees of queensbury, and gama, and pankration. etc
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Old 07-17-2007, 12:17 PM   #4
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1860-1914

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Price's Science of Self Defence, 1867

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Sorakichi Matsuda
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Leonard vs. Higashi
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Comparison of Combatives
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Frank Gotch
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Canadian Wrestling
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Gama
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1918-1945


Tamura vs. Pojello (wrestler vs. boxer), 1943

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Old 07-17-2007, 12:58 PM   #5
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do you guys think gama could beat current greats?
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Old 07-17-2007, 01:02 PM   #6
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do you guys think gama could beat current greats?
Gama? Doubtful. While he had magnificent takedowns, he had no ground game and no striking game. Now, in a street fight on concrete, it might be a different story--those throws would be vastly more damaging under such circumstances.
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oo. sorry i wasnt familiar with the rules. i thought wrestleing back then was the equivilant of MMA. Bareknuckle was closer to MMA right? also what do you think about sullivan vs MMA fighters nowadays? and my final question was i was reading some thing on Boxing vs Wrestling and they said wrestling in the USA in the early 1900s was different then what it is today? was therea big difference or no?
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oo. sorry i wasnt familiar with the rules. i thought wrestleing back then was the equivilant of MMA. Bareknuckle was closer to MMA right? also what do you think about sullivan vs MMA fighters nowadays? and my final question was i was reading some thing on Boxing vs Wrestling and they said wrestling in the USA in the early 1900s was different then what it is today? was therea big difference or no?
Wrestling back in the day was real, though fixes were still more frequent than (for instance) in boxing. Matches were generally won via pin (as in amateur wrestling today), but submissions were also practiced...many of which have survived today in "catch" wrestling. One of the best manuals from this period:

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Pugilism was the closest you got to MMA for almost two hundred years--especially since it legalized the only major combat systems of the time (fisticuffs and above the belt wrestling). Sullivan might do well against fighters today if (and this is a big one) he can keep it standing. It's more likely, though, that he would be taken down and submitted.

On the other hand, Sullivan would probably blitz through most of the guys in the early UFC's--I could see him having the same success as Royce or Shamrock, for instance.
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didnt they allow grappling back then? not UFC type where they are on the ground most of the time but couldnt you throw people? im looking for some manuals on boxing back there i found one on john L. sullivan i will post it up when i find it again
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didnt they allow grappling back then? not UFC type where they are on the ground most of the time but couldnt you throw people? im looking for some manuals on boxing back there i found one on john L. sullivan i will post it up when i find it again
They allowed you to throw your opponent. All holds above the waist were considered legal, and trips were also permitted. No shooting for the legs and no groundfighting.

In short, it was probably enough to secure takedown defense against most guys who don't specialize in takedowns, which is why I would suspect that Sullivan and company would be able to blast through most of the early UFCs.
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thanks. do you have any manuals on bareknuckle boxing?
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There are some online, which are available on my "bareknuckle boxing resources" thread:
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There are also a few that have recently been republished. These are the publishers and books:

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cool. thanks this is what i have found. [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]

some arent there so just go to archives.org and copy the link and put it in there and it will come up
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1945-1967

Kimura
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Kimura vs. Gracie
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Helio Gracie
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Carlson Gracie
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Gene Lebell
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1967-1993

Bill Wallace
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Kickboxing History
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Joko Ninomiya (All-Japan Karate Champion) vs. Wing Chun Guy
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Rolls Gracie
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Rickson vs. Rei Zulu
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