Modern medieval armored combat is a team armored combat sport where groups of combatants fight against each other to put the “other team” on the ground. A combatant is considered out of play when anything besides their two feet touch the ground. While there are many different armored combat sports, the most popular is group combat or “Buhurt”.
Using head control in armored combat will help you keep a grip on your opponent and help with takedowns. In Armored Combat, when their head is down, you’re winning. Let’s take a closer look at the fundamentals of head control. What is my stance in armored combat? As upright as possible is a good start. …
People coming in to join the Buhurt / Armored Combat community rarely have a strong background in fighting. Some do, but most do not. Because of this it is particularly important to have a curriculum to teach new folks how to fight. Being able to fight is the most important thing in a combat sport. Many of these skills are the same that knights of old would use.