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Learn the Facts About REAL FIGHTING From The Men Who Were There!

Dear friend, Forget everything else you think you might know about martial arts and pay very close attention to the words you are about to read. If you’ve spent any amount of time in martial arts then you know it is a game of “physical chess”.

Just as important as strength and conditioning (and some say even more important) is knowledge. The difference between winning and losing often comes down to which player sees opportunities that his opponent doesn’t. These days mixed martial arts and submission grappling are immensely popular. It seems like their is a new gym in every other strip mall these days. The sad fact is that the majority of these places are teaching the same material. This presents an opportunity for the competitor that thinks outside the box!

WARNING: Some of these techniques may now be illegal and considered “unsportsman-like”…

Jake Shannon has compiled out-of-print classics from his private Western Martial Arts library, along with other original items he has uncovered, PLUS several exclusive interviews; ALL THE HARD, MONOTONOUS LEG-WORK HAS BEEN DONE FOR YOU.

Realize that the money paid for the original RARE content in all of these volumes literally amounts to a small fortune. Now that everything is said and done, what was in the hands of only an elite, privileged few (thousands upon thousands of pages of exceptional and NEARLY forgotten information) have been preserved and made available to you!

The package includes:
The Authoritative Encyclopedia of Scientific Wrestling, ALL FOUR VOLUMES:

1. Wrestling I, II, & III by Ed “Strangler” Lewis – Extensive coverage of nelson holds – Learn the Jack-Knife Arm Scissors, Lewis’ famous headlock and hiplock, toe holds (including the Step-Over toe hold), and tons more…
2. The Science of Wrestling and Art of Jiu-Jitsu by Earl Leiderman – Includes the rules for Catch-As-Catch Can, Greco-Roman, Side-Hold, and Cumberland & Westmoreland wrestling. – Learn the Flying Mare, the standing crotch and half-nelson, the double wristlock, the head scissors, and much much more.
3. Excerpts from the very rare and exceedingly difficult to find Wrestle to Win by Spyro Vorres. …and MUCH MUCH MORE.
4. The Life Work of Farmer Burns (filled with tons of instructional photographs and such great chapters as “Farmer Burns’ Theory of Time” and “The Art of Self-Protection”)
5. The Complete Science of Wrestling by Champion G. Hackenschmidt (read his thoughts on “Greco-Roman, Ju-Jitsu, and Other Styles of Wrestling Valuable Training for Catch-As-Catch-Can” and “The Wrestler’s Physical Qualities and How They Should Be Cultivated”
6. Modern Wrestling Holds by Ex-Olympic Champion E.R.Voigt (learn the “Cross-Bar Toe Hold”, the brutal “King Pin”, and much more!).
7. Also, an exclusive interview with one of the last living LEGITIMATE Catch-As-Catch-Can authorities, Billy Wicks!
8. An exclusive interview with Yoshiaki “Kumicho” Fujiwara
9. Wrestliana; Or, An Historical Account of Ancient and Modern Wrestling by W. Litt
10. Spalding’s How to Wrestle with Poses by Jenkins and Hackenschmidt
11. You Don’t Have to Be As Big As The Other Man; The Tom Jenkins Story by Colonel Red Reeder
12. Scientific Wrestling by George Bothner
13. Interview with Dick Cardinal
14. The seminal historical work “From Milo to Londos” (used copies of this book currently fetch well over $400!)
15. Wrestling by Frank Gotch, World’s Champion
16. Charles MacMahon’s Wrestling Course

The Classical Pugilism and Bare-Knuckle Boxing Companion, BOTH FULL VOLUMES The Classical Pugilism and Bare-Knuckle Boxing Companion

1. Professor of the Sport Owen Swift’s BOXING WITHOUT A MASTER
2. The elaborately detailed BOXING (with eye-opening sections on Savate and Dirty Tactics) by R.G. Allanson Winn
3. Also the EXCEPTIONALLY RARE 1909 book, THE LIFE AND BATTLES OF JACK JOHNSON!
4. The introduction presents a comprehensive and concise history of the tradition of Western pugilism
5. Boxing Made Easy by Pupil of Mendoza and Humpheries – “Clearly explained and illustrated in a series of easy lessons, together with some important hints about wrestling”
6. Scientific Boxing by Champion “Gentleman” Jim Corbett (he beat Sullivan!!)
7. The Art of Boxing by Prof. W.F. Lee 8) Fighters I’ve Met by legendary tough guy and champion boxer Tom Sharkey.

The Sport of Catch Wrestling: The Certified Catch Wrestler Handbook

Filled with in-depth insight and practical advice, The Sport of Catch Wrestling: The Certified Catch Wrestler Handbook is the core text for catch wrestling training programs worldwide. Presented in a clear and consistent fashion, this is one of the best ways to prepare for the Scientific Wrestling Catch Wrestling Certification [www.CertifiedCatchWrestler.com].

The Handbook of Authentic Indian Club Swinging

1. The Indian Club Exercise by Sim D. Kehoe
2. Indian Club Swinging by Frank E. Miller
3. Indian Clubs by G.T.B. Cobbett and A.F. Jenkin
4. Also, a brief history of Indian Clubs and physical culture in India! (334 pages)

An Introduction to Vintage Jiu-Jitsu

1. Jiu-Jitsu Combat Tricks: Japanese Feats of Attack and Defense in Personal Encounter by H. Irving Hancock
2. The Text-book of Ju-Jitsu As Practiced in Japan by World Champion S.K. Uyenishi
3. Jiu-Jitsu by the American College of Physical Culture. Learn the “scissor” takedown, leglocks, arm locks, the “devil’s handshake”, throat-holds, the shoulder pinch, the right way to trip, jiu-jitsu against the boxer, breakfalls, and MUCH MORE!

This material has been in private hands for too long. Sadly, this stuff will NEVER become common knowledge –because most people simply do not have the guts to stand out above what everyone else is doing. But if you have stayed with me this far –you aren’t like “most people” anyway.

This article was originally written and posted by Ross Smith. For more information about this article visit http://www.fightinglibrary.com/

Jake Shannon is a libertarian author, U.S. Congressional candidate, and the Vice Chair of the Libertarian Party of Utah. http://www.JakeShannonforCongress.com
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