Shoot boxing(シュートボクシングShūtobokushingu) is a combat sport derived from the "SHOOT" aspect (No holds barred) or combat submission form of Catch Wrestling. Shoot Boxing allows kicks, punches, knees, elbows, throws, and standing submissions (chokeholds, armlocks and wristlocks). Often represented as standing Vale Tudo or anything goes standing, our Shoot Boxing explores a combination of Dutch Kickboxing, TKD, Dirty Boxing and the stand up portion of Catch wrestling.
BOXING (DIRTY BOXING), also known as Suntukan or Panantukan is a devastating
form of hand-to-hand combat from the Philippines.
A part of the Filipino Martial Arts (Kali & Escrima),
Dirty Boxing utilizes nearly every part of the anatomy as a human weapon.
Similar to Thai Boxing but with absolutely no rules,
Filipino Boxing makes similar use of elbows, knees and punches but with
slightly less emphasis on kicking. Because it's based on knife fighting, the kicks are
mostly performed at the low line. However, unlike Thai Boxing, Filipino Boxing utilizes
many other tools that are illegal in Muay Thai or impossible to pull off with
boxing gloves on. Some favorite tools include head butts, finger jabs,
claws, palms, slaps, forearm strikes, hammer fists, knuckle fists, back fists,
thumb gouges, fish hooks, shoulder butts, sweeps, bolo punches, clinching, all
types of elbows and knees and low kicks in combination with mainstream boxing
These tools are used offensively and as counter-attacks but it's not just the use of these unorthodox tools that
makes DIRTY BOXING unique
It's the way these techniques are integrated into a
classic boxing structure that makes them so functional.
BOXING transforms any boxing-based martial art like Boxing, Muay Thai,
Kickboxing, MMA, Savate, Jeet Kune Do or Krav Maga into a MUTANT ANIMAL OF MASS
DESTRUCTION for real-world fighting and self-defense.