Hi there and welcome to Kempo Chuan Fa. Roughly translated, it means, “the matchmaker method”. While it may seem unrelated, matchmaking methods can be important for martial arts training. A lot of people have preconceived ideas about martial arts without realizing that the style they’re focused on isn’t necessarily the best one for them.
Here at Kempo Chuan Fa, we aim to support people who are interested in martial arts training by talking about different fighting styles, fighting promotions (both MMA and sports entertainment), and news about the martial arts world. By keeping our readers up to date, we want to help you see what goes on in those worlds in order to help you decide what you’d like to try. Here are some of the topics we cover:
Arguably the most popular wrestling entertainment promotion in the world, the WWE pioneered modern wrestling into the entertainment juggernaut it is today. It also represents the pinnacle of achievement for most wrestlers from the independent circuit. Most people know about the WWE and some of its more popular stars, even if they aren’t fans, which is a testament of its popularity.
The Independent Wrestling Circuit
The independent circuit is an integral part of the professional wrestling business. For a lot of people who want to be pro wrestlers in the big leagues, this is where it all starts. Given the desire to sell shows and make it big over selling a brand, there’s a lot of training done by wrestlers on the Indy circuit to stay strong and active. Martial training that rivals even the workouts of mixed martial artists.
Mixed Martial Arts
Covering both the UFC and Belator, Mixed Martial Arts, or MMA, lost some of the popularity it had around a decade ago, but it remains a popular sport, with athletes and entertainers from other fields trying their hand at it to varying degrees of success. Notable examples include Idris Elba, Floyd Mayweather, and WWE’s Brock Lesnar.
Hands down the most important aspect of martial arts training, and the barometer of whether a martial art is right for you, your health should always be at the forefront of your priorities. Whether you’re looking into becoming a pro wrestler, a mixed martial artist, or even just a martial arts practitioner, taking care of your health is always a priority and we’re here to help you with that!
In addition to our usual fare, we’re also open to taking requests. If there’s a topic you’re interested in that isn’t currently covered by our blog, feel free to contact us and tell us what you’d like to read about! Our details are on our contact page, so please check it out!
In addition, if you’d like to write for us, we’d love to hear from you! You can send your information and sample article to the email address we have listed on our contacts page. Articles have to be 300-350 words, and reflect proper grammar and punctuation. As long as your topic is relevant to the topics we cover in the martial arts and martial training field, we’d love to hear from you!