Top 10 Deadliest Martial Arts

The Top Ten
1 Krav Maga

Most simple but yet effective martial art for self defense, out on the streets (no rules, no honor, no referee), so Krav maga was developed in Israel to defend themselves from the Nazis after WWII, now it is effective against terrorists.

Navy seals use Krav Maga for killing therefor I think it's one of the best because navy seals prefer Krav Maga for killing the enemy.

Krav maga is easily the best Martial Art. Its Tactics are easy to learn and yet unpredictable to your opponents.

Judo is for children if we're talking about pain. If you know Krav Maga you know how to kill in less time possible.

2 Boxing Boxing is a martial art and combat sport in which two people wearing protective gloves throw punches at each other for a predetermined set of time in a boxing ring..
3 Ninjutsu

Ninjutsu takes 20+ years to learn, that's why your dad isn't a ninja but your grandfather maybe.

This is why we watched Naruto and Bleach.

I should learn it, at least I can run easily from the robbers after their defeat versus Kung Fu

I like being a ninja

4 Rough and Tumble / Gouging
5 L.I.N.E.

I was trained in line in the Marine Corps and it's sole purpose is to kill the enemy. Unlike most forms of the martial arts .

6 Vale Tudo
7 Muay Thai

In addition to being the national sport of Thailand, it's used in the combat systems. The movements of the elbow and knee are so dangerous that can destroy a bully who knows karate.

8 Brazilian Jiu Jitsu
9 Wing Chun
10 Karate

It shows violence in fact its polar opposite it is self defense

The Contenders
11 Taekwondo

This should be in 5 or 6

Best martial art

12 Kung Fu

Kung fu should be number 1. It's practiced by Shaolin Monks, and they're the deadliest warriors in the world. There are so many videos on Youtube of kung fu master beating the heck out of other martial artists.

Oldest martial arts

13 Silat

Traditional silat was developed over the centuries with the aim of killing your enemy, as fast and efficient as possible. Since killing another person is outlawed today, silat has evolved into a self-defense mechanism rather than an art of killing. Therefore, it has lost some of its DNA. The current silat moves are more focused on disabling your opponent. The only way to learn the traditional silat is to go deep into the forests of Southeast Asia and learn through their master. It's not just a martial art, it is also a spiritual way of life. If the traditional silat is still legal today, it would easily beat Krav Maga. No questions about that.

14 Judo
15 Sambo
16 Jailhouse Rock
17 Kapu Kuialua
18 Kalaripayattu

Kalaripayattu is the oldest martial art in the world . It takes a lot of time to master , allows brutal and swift strikes . It literary means art of the battlefield ,allows practitioner to exercise and develop every part of body. It makes practitioner a walking death machine . A Kalaripayattu practitioner has insane fighting and mental skills and immense knowledge of human body. It also allows use of body at the utmost level. breaking bones of opponent , paralysis of enemy , blocking vital points of human body , exploiting every weakness of human body . It can also be used as a emergency health skill to heal a person. Kalaripayattu in simplicity means fastest , strongest ,most flexible and most brutal martial art humanity has ever known. It is marital art that outperforms all martial arts combined. it is believed to be brought to mankind by the legendary Lord Parashuram . It is still regarded as the deadliest martial art by many martial artists around the world. it is the very basis ...more

In central kalaripayattu and southern kalaripayattu teaches jointlocks, how to break bones and joints, how to spoil the future of your enemy and pressure point knockouts and how to paralyze or kill.

19 Bacom
20 Wushu
21 Eskrima

Kali or known to us Filipino's as Arnis. This Martial Art was founded by early Tribesmen of indigenous people of the Philippines. It emphasizes the use of Eskrima sticks, knives, daggers, sword spears, etc. And even in unarmed combat, this focuses in the art of bone breaking.

22 Hapkido
23 Kickboxing
24 Tai Chi

It is the art of defense, however defense can quickly become offensive. Do not underestimate those who choose to make the second move.

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