By: Morgan Finn •Shorinji Kempo; that is based in Japan •Judo; also from Japan •Chun Kuk Do; A Korean based, American hybrid style •Sumo Wrestling; based in Japan •Bok Fu; also based in the USA •Kapu Kuʻialua; Kuialua or Lua; based in Hawii •Bokator; is a Cambodian martial art •Taekwondo; is a Korean martial art • Bajan stick licking; Barbados Shorinji Kempo was established by Doshin So as a system for self improvement and training, in Japan in 1947 based on Shaolin kung fu. The training methods are based on the philosophy “spirit and body are not separable.” In this way Kempo has been known to have three benefits of “self defense and training” “mental training” and “promoting health.” Judo meaning gentle way is modern martial art and combat sport created in Japan in 1882. The worldwide spread of Judo has led to the development of a number of offshoots such as Sambo and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. Founded in 1990 by Chuck Norris, CKD evolved from Tang Soo Do and combines elements from several different fighting style There are ten degrees of black belts, only Chuck Norris has that. Sumo is a competitive full contact sport where one wrestler attempts to force another out of a ring, or to touch the ground with anything other than his feet. Bok Fu is an external martial arts system incorporating primarily Kenpo and Kung Fu fighting styles. Bok Fu translates to “White Tiger”. The white tiger is a rare and aggressive animal that exemplifies the system's fighting mentality. Lua is an ancient Hawaiian martial art of bone breaking, emphasizing joint locks, throws, pressure point manipulation and many others. The actual name of fighting art was referred to as "Kuʻialua", literally meaning two hits. Only those associated with nobility such as professional warriors, guardsmen, and the royal families themselves, were taught Kuʻialua. Bokator is a Cambodian martial art that includes close hand-to-hand combat, ground techniques and weapons. The term bokator translates as “pounding a lion” from the words bok to pound and tor as lion. When fighting, bokator exponents still wear the uniforms of ancient Khmer armies. The art contains 341 sets which, like many other Asian martial arts, are based on the study of life in nature. Taekwondo is a Korean martial art and the national sport of South Korea. Taekwondo may be loosely translated as “the art of the foot and fist” or “ the art of kicking and punching.” Bajan Stick-Licking or Stick Science is an African system of weapons fighting that features the use of fire hardened sticks of varying lengths. For much of Barbados' history, this African Fight has been an integral part of the society It has been a test of manhood, a fun but dangerous sport, a means of self defense and a method of settling disputes.