Panantukan in Kali Sikaran
is a close-combat fighting system and is also known as "street boxing" or "dirty boxing" since there is no fixed set of rules. It is a fighting system which is aimed at maximum efficiency for self-defence. In contrast to "normal" competitive boxing and kickboxing, street boxing uses the whole body as a weapon.
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Panantukan has a particular style of positioning which consists of breaking the opponent's balance (body manipulation), takedowns, bars, and controlling techniques to creat moments of opportunity. The constant changes in the angle and level of the attack are another technical aspect of Panantukan. It is especially attractive due to its comprehensive training concepts, efficiency, speed, dynamics, timing, precision, and its typical flow of action. The training curriculum contains techniques, drills, combinations, kicks, take downs, locks, and sparring.
Check out the new Panantukan book that covers fundamentals and a short read about the concept.