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- Savate (French pronunciation: ​[saˈvat]), also known as boxe française, savate boxing, French boxing or French footfighting, is a French combat sport that...
- en savate combines savate techniques with the nunchaku. First imported to the USA by FIS Savate Professor JN Eynard (one of the pioneers of savate in...
- Savate was featured in the Summer Olympic Games demonstration programme in 1924. A demonstration of La canne was ****ociated with an ****ault between Professor...
- kickboxing and savate. He was a Dutch Karate Champion from 1978 to 1985, a European Savate Champion from 1988 to 1991 and a World Savate Champion in 1992...
- Championship (-53 kg/116.8 lb) Savate Championships S1 World Champion Savate World Champion Savate European Champion Savate French Champion Federation Francaise...
- Savate (also known as The Fighter) is a 1995 martial arts western directed by Isaac Florentine and starring Olivier Gruner, promoted as the allegedly true...
- Michel C****eux, also known as "****eux" (1794–1869) was a Savate instructor. He is widely considered one of the pioneers of the sport, and is even credited...
- Federation Internationale de Savate (Federation Internationale de Savate) is the world governing body for the sport of Savate. Jean-Marie Rousseau 1985–1989...
- The history of the discipline is closely linked to the development of the savate boxing techniques which at the beginning was mainly using kicks and lately...
- both legs to the opponent, hitting with both soles. The most commonly used savate kick in wrestling is the Ch****é jambe arriére, a piston-action kick to an...
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