Greetings, Splendid Seven devotees, martial arts aficionados, and fighting video game fans. Antoni here with another written entry focusing on Sesshoumaru, Shuran, Inuyasha, Hakkaku, Ginta, Ayame, and Shunran specialising in the martial arts they do. Today, I will be covering the main martial arts spars I have for each pairing. As always, there are three platonic duos, two platonic trios, one beloved OTP, and one fabulous OT3.
 
It is common knowledge that cross-training in various martial arts may be beneficial to the practitioners, but the martial arts they either first trained in or specialise in the most would be the Alpha and Omega of what would define their moves and their skills. This is especially true when two or three main martial arts collide together but end up uniting in order to defeat common opponents. With that said, let us get ready to rumble with my seven favourite Splendid Seven pairings in martial arts sparring forms. Osu. Hajime.
 
Sesshoumaru and Inuyasha (BroTP): Shotokan Karate vs Pankration
Focused precision, lethal stealth, fierce bloodiness, and muscular strength are thoroughly combined to breathe life into these two dog Yokai brothers. Sesshoumaru’s acerbic spear-hand strikes, ox-jaw strikes, and knife-hand strikes complement Inuyasha’s barbaric double axe handles, ground-and-pounds, and Superman punches to the point where they would make their enemies tremble at their magnificent strength. All powerfully vicious attacks against their foes aside, both Sesshoumaru and Inuyasha would cherish each other as brothers with all of their hearts and souls, thus genuinely upholding honour and fortitude.
 
Shuran, Hakkaku, and Ginta (BroT3): Professional Wrestling vs Muay Boran vs Lethwei
Visceral force, eternal stamina, kinetic velocity, and powerful cooperation are rigorously incorporated to energise these three Yokai brothers consisting of one hulking panther Yokai and two athletic wolf Yokai. Shuran’s crushing piledrivers, sharpshooters, and bearhugs complement Hakkaku’s devastating headbutts, elbow strikes, and overhand punches as well as Ginta’s eviscerating spinning backfists, knee strikes, and shin kicks to the point where they would make their enemies’ bones break. Overlooking their penchant for doing damage to their foes, Shuran, Hakkaku, and Ginta have a brotherhood rich in support and respect.
 
Ayame and Shunran (BroT3): Bokator vs Shaolin Kung Fu
Ferocious fortitude, abundant ambition, bodacious beauty, and crafty cleverness are meticulously amalgamated to drive these two Yokai sisters comprising of one fearless wolf Yokai and one winsome panther Yokai. Ayame’s fierce uppercuts, jabs, and hooks complement Shunran’s glorious nerve strikes, palm strikes, and finger strikes to the point where they would make their enemies thoroughly incapacitated from head to toe. Besides delivering collateral damage upon collateral damage to their foes together, Ayame and Shunran truly cherish their sisterhood, which is abundant in allegiance and appreciation.
 
Sesshoumaru and Shuran (BroTP): Kyokushin Karate vs Combat Sambo
If the sound of breaking bones and jammed joints reverberates throughout the halls, that could only mean Sesshoumaru and Shuran demonstrating their great cooperation in terms of taking their foes down and making them have a taste of their own bitter medicine. Every time Sesshoumaru’s low kicks, ridge-hand strikes, and roundhouse kicks merge with Shuran’s German suplexes, torture racks, and full Nelsons, their attacks become even more brutal and eviscerating than the last one. Even as the most formidable fighters, both Sesshoumaru and Shuran can still have sufficient time to build each other up well in trust and understanding.
 
Inuyasha, Hakkaku, and Ginta (BroT3): Vale Tudo vs Muay Chaiya vs Sanda
Spectators would have an astoundingly amazing time watching Inuyasha, Hakkaku, and Ginta smash, crush, and destroy their foes with every resounding blow they can muster. Whenever Inuyasha’s omoplatas, gogoplatas, and armbars join forces with Hakkaku’s upward headbutts, cross punches, and elbow slashes and Ginta’s front snap kicks, front kicks, and hook kicks, these three would never hesitate to do utter and total damage to their opponents with huge, scary grins on their faces. As much as they revel in full-contact combat, Inuyasha, Hakkaku, and Ginta can encourage and empower each other in inspiration and integrity.
 
Inuyasha and Ayame (OTP): Mixed Martial Arts vs Hapkido
Beating enemies up to a bloody pulp then making steamily sexy love to each other may seem like just another daily routine for Inuyasha and Ayame, but it is part of their life as an unconditionally loving couple. Inuyasha’s magnificent muscles can power up his Superman punches, double axe handles, and gogoplatas, while Ayame’s laudable limbs can jettison her liver punches, axe kicks, and wristlocks, as they demonstrate just how awesomely muscles and motion can work. Inuyasha and Ayame are not only strong warriors, but their romantic relationship with each other is rich with unadulterated intimacy and unconditional love.
 
Hakkaku, Ginta, and Shunran (OT3): Muay Thai vs Jeet Kune Do vs Baguazhang
There is a multitude of lovely dynamics when Hakkaku and Ginta team up with Shunran to overcome their enemies then find time after their battle to make sweet love to her, for their way of life is a daily ritual they never get tired of. Hakkaku’s sumptuous sinews propel his headbutts, cross punches, and knee strikes just as Ginta’s astounding arms empower his hooks, jabs, and cross punches and Shunran’s furious feet mobilise her split kicks, tornado kicks, and double flying kicks to destroy their enemies. Hakkaku, Ginta, and Shunran bear a lovable three-way relationship steeped with gregarious purity and gorgeous harmony.
 
I hope you all enjoyed this, and I would love to know which pairing in main martial arts sparring form do you love the most. Take care, see you in the next submission, and remember to defend yourself and your loved ones, everybody.

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