Jeet Kune Do is a modern martial art created by Bruce Lee in the 1960s. The style is more than a fighting technique; it is a philosophy allowing for freedom of expression and developing a personal style that works for you. It is ideal for self-defense since it was created primarily for this purpose.
Dirty fighting generally refers to a pure self-defense tactic that aims to quickly inflict excruciating pain on vulnerable bodily areas using any necessary means where there are no rules.
Overall, Chinese martial arts styles can be classified based on their geography and philosophy. The most common classification is based on geography, with “Southern” styles like Wing Chun and “Northern” styles like Shaolin Kung Fu.
Karate has 8 colored belts for adults: white, yellow, orange, green, blue, purple, brown, and black. In contrast, Taekwondo has 10 belt ranks (World TKD standard): white, yellow, orange, green, purple, blue, brown, red, Jr. black, and black.
Korean martial arts styles are primarily centered on striking, and Taekwondo is the best example of their striking art. Korean martial arts styles also include grappling arts (Ssireum), hybrid arts (Hapkido), and weapon-based arts (Kumdo). However, these are less well-known than Taekwondo.
Japanese martial arts include dozens of different combat systems that differ in various aspects, notably emphasis, philosophy, and orientation. These arts are also practiced for different purposes, such as sports, personal growth, self-defense, or fitness. Some of the most popular ones are striking arts such as karate and grappling systems like Judo and Jujutsu.