1. Bacom.

There are still many people who haven't heard about this martial art. Bacom, also known as Vacon, is a native Peruvian martial art developed for the Peruvian military.

Bacom is called a deadly secret move whose focus can lead to serious injuries to the opponent. One of his moves also uses a hidden weapon as well as a powerful punch that can make the enemy body instantly become unbalanced.

2. Eskrima.

Eskrima is a traditional martial art that focuses primarily on learning sharp sticks in the form of knives, but prioritizing bare hands.

This martial arts originating from the Philippines has a special skill when fighting at close range, some of the secret techniques are wrestling. One of his moves is said to be able to immediately disarm your opponent's weapons.

Called deadly martial arts because Eskrima also had the secret hand of the empty hand with the movements of mysterious foot horses that could instantly kill an opponent, a few seconds before the fight.

3. Gouging.

Gouging is a fighting art from the United States in the 18th to 19th centuries. This is a martial art whose main focus is to gouge your opponent's eyes. The opponent's bite tongue is also one of the deadly moves of Gouging.

Over time, Gouging is now considered a sadistic martial art and begins to transform into a kind of modern boxing.

4. Ninjutsu.

Ninjutsu was originally not called martial arts, but traditional fighting tricks in ancient Japan. This ninjutsu used to be practiced by ninjas who participated in guerrilla warfare and other wars.

In the ancient era in Japan, Ninjutsu could not be controlled by anyone because it had a secret skill to kill enemies in a very short time.


MCMAP is an abbreviation of the Marine Corps Martial Arts Program developed by the United States Marine Corps. MCMAP is a close-range martial art to disarm enemies or fight unarmed enemies.

MCMAP teaches marines only to immobilize enemies and do not use deadly techniques to kill them as much as possible. This martial art has a mixed technique from Okinawan karate, Judo, Tae Kwon Do, Kung Fu, Boxing, and Jujutsu.

6. Brazilian Jiuitsu.

Brazilian jiu-jitsu (BJJ) is a close-range combat martial art from Brazil, South America. The moves in this martial arts inherited several fighting techniques from Japanese Judo.

Brazilian Jiuitsu focuses primarily on battles that easily paralyze opponents whose body size is greater. One of the wrestling techniques is called terrible because it can kill opponents in a short time.

7. Silat.

Silat is a clever and deadly martial art created by Malays, who are now part of Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand and Singapore.

Some historical records write that the deadly moves in Silat are the result of animal movements. Some of the techniques are also deadly because people who control Silat usually know the weaknesses of the enemy they are facing right away. The secret skill can instantly make the opponent become disabled, the worst can immediately die.

8. Muay Thai.

Muay Thai is a martial arts originating from Thailand. The fighting art relies on elbows, knees, fists and shins.

Muay Thai focuses on balancing body movements when punching, kicking and blocking your opponent. Called deadly because Muay Thai has a secret stance that can make an adult buffalo killed in an instant.

9. Sambo.

Sambo is a self defense technique from Russia and the only martial art that is close to the Krav Maga technique (Israeli military fighting technique). This martial art developed in the 1920s and has a deadly skill because it inherited other martial techniques such as Kodokan Judo, Jujutsu etc.

10. Krav Maga.

Krav Maga is the most dangerous and deadly martial art in the world. In fact, Krav Maga is a self-defense system developed for the Israeli military, but has now turned into a terrible martial system.

Krav Maga draws inspiration from other styles of martial arts such as boxing, wrestling, aikido, judo, and KAPAP. Krav Maga is said to have many secret moves that can make the opponent instantly paralyzed, until the most severe result in death.