Founder of the world renowned martial arts school, the Minnesota Kali Group, Rick Faye is dedicated to the highest levels of training and individual improvement. : A Guide to Panantukan (the Filipino Boxing Art): Rick Faye’s Kali/ jeet Kune Do Notebook Guide Series – For Use as a Training Journal and Step. Suntukan is the fist-related striking component of Filipino martial arts In the central Philippine island region of Visayas, it is known as Pangamot or Pakamot. It is also known as Mano-mano and often referred to in Western martial arts circles of Inosanto lineage as Panantukan. .. A Guide to Panantukan, the Filipino Boxing Art, Rick Faye, Cambridge.

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Filipino boxing is exactly like pnantukan fightingexcept instead of cutting with a blade, we strike with a closed fist. It consists of upper-body striking techniques such as puncheselbowsheadbuttsshoulder strikes and limb destruction.

Originally Posted by ar Retrieved 28 January Archived from the original on October 27, Footwork is of utmost importance for pananfukan techniques, so in some systems, much time is invested into practicing stick-fighting drills and combinations.

Much of the video is just A bore, It starts of with stick and has that annoying tapping of sticks being pecked together like drunken wood peckers for the first ten to fifteen minutes but it seemed to go on for An hour.

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Weapons in suntukan tend to be small, easily concealed and unobtrusive. It is also known as Mano-mano and often referred to in Western martial arts circles of Inosanto lineage as Panantukan. Suntukan is not a pannatukanbut rather a street-oriented fighting system. It is said that originally, Lucaylucay wanted to call his art Suntukanbut he was concerned that it would be confused with Shotokan Karateso he used the term Panantukan instead. Suntukan emphasizes speed in striking, with the intent of overwhelming the adversary with a flurry of attacks.

This also creates opportunities for close quarter striking using head butts, knees, forearms and elbows. Due to Cebuano language pronunciation quirks, they are also pronounced natively as pangamut and pakamutthus the variation of spelling across literature.

This page was last edited on 17 Augustat I panantkan retain one posative moment about the training in the film but I would love to hear somebody who did explain to me why anyone should pay money for this video. Originally Posted by Thaiboxerken. A left bolo punch in counterpunch. It is theorized to have evolved from Filipino weapons fighting because in warfare, unarmed fighting is usually a method of tick resort for when combatants are too close in proximity such as trapping and grappling range or have lost their weapons.


Caye with citations lacking titles Pages with citations having bare URLs. It’s an empty hand art based on weapons, punching the thigh isn’t all that effective, but stabbing it with a knife is. Filipino Martial Arts Pulse: He suggested that one bend forward to punch someone in the hip, Panantukaj is A incredibley stupid move by all accounts. Indefinite combinations of different strikes are strung together continuously to make successful defense a relative impossibility.

Suntukan also borrows moves from dumog upright wrestling.

Common limb destructions include guiding incoming straight punches into the defending fighter’s elbow siko to shatter the knuckles, [30] or striking the incoming limb in the biceps to inhibit the opponent’s ability to use that arm for the remainder of the pananthkan.

Archived from the original on May 19, Thus, suntukan minimizes contact with the opponent because it is not always known whether an opponent is armed, and knives are very often used in fights and brawls in the Philippines. An example of this could be performing a swift slap or eye strike after throwing a jab with the same hand in a standard jab-cross-hook combination; the eye strike both disrupts the defense against and masks the incoming cross.

If you want to learn Panantukan, Faye can show it.

Pananantukan, which Inosanto picked up from his Visayan elder instructors, is a corruption of panununtukan. If you want to learn effective empty hand fighting, train in MMA.

The Visayan terms pangamot and pakamot “use of hands” come from the Cebuano word for hand, kamot. Constantly switching the fighting lead allows for the exploitation of attack while maintaining flow.

Gunting focuses on destroying the opponent’s ability to wield their weapon. Retrieved 28 January — via YouTube.

Suntukan – Wikipedia

He goes into some basic punches like the jab which I was unaware of being invented in the P. In the central Philippine island region of Visayasit is known as Pangamot or Pakamot. A number of Filipino boxing champions have practiced eskrima and panantukan.


The term is also widely used in MMA for clinch fightingspecifically for punching in the clinch. To do so in A real fight is asking to be knocked out, Anytime you lower your head in the forward direction you place your head in A position to take A knee, I will spare the details here but I believe the point is clear. I see my loyal fan club is awake, They in all likelyhood consider it A good video! Suntukan is also a key component of Arnis. Boxing in the Philippines Philippine martial arts.

The fighter will often use a finishing strike or kick in a combination to step into the new lead. Aside from punching, the suntukan components in Eskrima includes kicking, locking, throwing and dumog grappling. In Filipino martial arts, gunting can be done by cutting the hand or wrist with a pair of blades hence the namebut it can also be done with a single blade or with the empty hand by striking nerves and tensed muscles.

Views Read Edit View history. To put it simply it was horrible, theres no need to pull any punches here. Even though suntukan is designed to allow an unarmed practitioner to engage in both armed and unarmed confrontations, it easily integrates the use of weapons such as knives, palmsticks dulo y dulo and ice picks. Retrieved from ” https: Although it is also called Filipino Boxingthis article pertains to the Filipino martial art and should not be confused with the Western sport of boxing as practiced in the Philippines.

Log in Forgotten Your Password? Mano-mano comes from the Spanish word for “hand”, manoand can translate to “two hands” or “hand-to-hand”.

World champion Ceferino Garcia regarded as having introduced the bolo punch to the Western world of boxing wielded a bolo knife in his youth and developed his signature punch from his experience in cutting sugarcane in farm fields with the bladed implement, and his time as a street fighter.