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Clinch fighting: Quiz


Question 1: Punching in the clinch, also sometimes referred to as "dirty boxing" is an important aspect of ________ and mixed martial arts.
World Boxing Council MuaythaiMuay ThaiKickboxingSavate

Question 2: Others combat sports like ________ or Taekwondo only allow clinching for a short time or do not allow it at all.
World Boxing CouncilMartial artsKickboxingBoxing

Question 3: Clinch fighting is emphasized in Greco-Roman Wrestling, ________, Grappling, Judo, Mixed martial arts, San Shou, Muay Thai, Sambo and Sumo.
Catch wrestlingSchwingenCollegiate wrestlingFreestyle wrestling

Question 4: Similarly to all is that they allow the ________ necessary to form a clinch.
WrestlingGrappling holdGrapplingBrazilian Jiu-Jitsu

Question 5: Clinching the opponent can be used to eliminate the opponent's effective usage of some ________, punches, and mêlée weapons.
KarateShōrinji-ryūKickOkinawan martial arts

Question 6: In ________ the double collar tie is used to control an opponent while kneeing to the head or midsection, and stomps are used in some mixed martial arts competitions to kick the feet of the opponent.
Muay ThaiWorld Boxing Council MuaythaiKickboxingSavate

Question 7: The short distance in the clinch nullifies ________ to some extent, but some kicks are still effective.
Shōrinji-ryūKickOkinawan martial artsKarate

Question 8: Examples of such competition would be Judo, Sambo or some ________ competitions although in BJJ there is frequently a division for both gi and no-gi competition.
JujutsuBrazilian Jiu-JitsuMartial artsMalla-yuddha

Question 9: Clinch fighting (also referred to as clinch work) is the part of stand-up fighting where the combatants are ________ in a clinch, typically using clinch holds.
Malla-yuddhaWrestlingBrazilian Jiu-JitsuGrappling

Question 10: Clinch fighting is the primary focus of many combat sports such as Judo and it is also a fundamental part of ________, Sambo, Muay Thai and Mixed martial arts.
Amateur wrestlingCollegiate wrestlingGreco-Roman wrestlingTurkey


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