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 specializing in the martial arts they do. With all the martial arts I can see these seven powerful Yokai warriors specialize in, this lineup consisting of the seven updated martial arts that I have for them would, what I believe, define them the most in terms of their personalities, combat abilities, fighting prowess, and overall skills. So, let us not waste any more time and get cracking.
Sesshoumaru: The Bengal Tiger of Ultimate Fighting Championship
With a strong background in Karate, Kenpo, Jujitsu, and Judo, it should be no surprise that the martial arts have always been a staple in Sesshoumaru’s life from infancy to adulthood, especially considering that his martial arts roots are firmly rooted in his native Japan. He may be proud of his Japanese roots from Karate to Judo in every UFC cage match, but he also embraces martial arts from Brazil and Hawaii because of how superbly he can use his chokeholds, armbars, liver punches, ground and pounds, leg wheels, uppercuts, and leglocks, thus making his opponents bleed profusely and cower in fear for their lives.
  1. Mixed Martial Arts
  2. Shootfighting
  3. Pancrase
  4. Luta Livre
  5. Brazilian Jujitsu
  6. Kajukenbo
  7. Kickboxing
Shuran: The Tyrannosaurus Rex of the World Wrestling Federation
Shuran is the definition of going global when it comes to wrestling thanks to how he combines the brutality of combat with the bravado of showmanship. Aside from the influences he has acquired from the American and British styles of Professional Wrestling, he has also acquired styles and moves from Mexico, India, Mongolia, Korea, Turkey, and his native Japan. Wrestling promoters from the WWE to TNA may be won over by Shuran’s massive size, but he backs it up with his pulverizing moves such as bearhugs, piledrivers, sharpshooters, torture racks, full Nelsons, German suplexes, and suplex power slams.
  1. Professional Wrestling
  2. Hardcore Wrestling
  3. Lucha Libre
  4. Pehlwani
  5. Malla-yuddha
  6. Mongolian Wrestling
  7. Turkish Oil Wrestling
Inuyasha: The Nemean Lion of Mount Olympus
Super strength, grueling grappling, powerful punches, and magnificent muscles are what define Inuyasha as one of the most formidable Pankratiasts in Japan and in the world. Just like his older brother Sesshoumaru, he also had a background in Karate, Kenpo, Judo, and Jujitsu ever since he was a child. Nevertheless, he also incorporates various martial arts from Greece, Russia, Hawaii, and Brazil to show that he is open to every fighting style. Thanks to his openness, he can overcome his opponents with his blood-inducing double axe handles, tracheal grip chokes, Superman punches, jabs, hooks, rear naked chokes, and hammer fists.
  1. Pankration
  2. Combat Sambo
  3. Vale Tudo
  4. Kapu Kuialua
  5. Shooto
  6. Shoot Boxing
  7. Shoot Wrestling
Hakkaku: The King Cobra of the Siamese Kingdoms
Every king of Thailand would give honor and laudability to Hakkaku for his vicious clinches and sterling endurance when facing the strongest opponents. If there is a reason why the Thai people salute Hakkaku, it is because he never surrenders and always stays true to his word of maintaining high energy in every match that he finds himself in. This high energy is what also propels him to gain power and speed as well as makes him just as adept in Filipino fighting styles. Furthermore, opponents would fear his elbow slashes, elbow strikes, spinning elbow strikes, upward headbutts, overhand punches, flying knee strikes, and knee bombs.
  1. Muay Boran
  2. Muay Lerdrit
  3. Muay Chaiya
  4. Muay Thai
  5. Panantukan
  6. Yaw-Yan
  7. Buno
Ginta: The Coral Snake of the Burmese Palaces
Crowning laurels to Ginta is truly a sign of honor and reverence which he truly deserves because how his charisma and charm are just as infectious as his discipline to his craft as a martial artist. All of the Burmese royalty would have the pleasure of saluting Ginta not only because of his fearlessness in battle but also his unwavering resolve. He is also adept in Cambodian martial arts, thus mastering the ways he can attack hi opponents. Therefore, his opponents will never have enough of his thrusting headbutts, side headbutts, spinning backfists, cross punches, flying elbow strikes, jumping knee strikes, and push kicks.
  1. Lethwei
  2. Bando
  3. Naban
  4. Pongyi Thaing
  5. Bokator
  6. Pradal Serey
  7. Baok Cham Bab
Ayame: The Red Eagle of the Kukkiwon
Speed, power, balance, and timing are the hallmarks of what makes Ayame a formidably fierce fighter who never backs down from any and every battle. Her fighting styles are deeply rooted in both North Korea and South Korea in terms of powerful military precision combined with speedy agility. Politicians and opponents may find her fighting prowess impressive, but she is no loser pawn because she has a mind of her own to match her physical strength. In fact, they are even terrified of her reverse punches, knife-hand strikes, palm heel strikes, roundhouse kicks, spinning back kicks, spinning axe kicks, and ridge-hand strikes.
  1. Taekwondo
  2. Hapkido
  3. Yongmudo
  4. Kuk Sool Won
  5. Tang Soo Do
  6. Hwa Rang Do
  7. Taekkyeon
Shunran: The Pink Crane of the Shaolin Temple
Shunran is velocity, grace, deadliness, and accuracy personified because of how she never relents when pulling her attacks with finesse and exuberance. Coupled with her physical prowess is her mental endurance, as she is a maven in Chinese martial arts. Emperors and empresses would always pleasure themselves with seeing Shunran in action because of how she brings power to her moves. The Shaolin monks would find her to be a clever fighter because of how she uses her mind well. Opponents can never escape from her leopard blows, finger strikes, palm strikes, nerve strikes, tornado kicks, double flying kicks, and split kicks.
  1. Shaolin Kung Fu
  2. Northern Praying Mantis Kung Fu
  3. White Crane Style Kung Fu
  4. Monkey Kung Fu
  5. Baguazhang
  6. Wushu
  7. Bajuquan
I hope you all enjoyed this, and I will see you in the next submission. Take care, stay safe, and train well, everybody.

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