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BUHURT

BUHURT

Step into the world of Buhurt, where knights of the modern age clash in an epic full-contact combat sport! Wielding blunt steel weapons and donning the iconic armor of medieval times, these warriors face off in electrifying battles, each striving to be the last one standing. Buhurt is not just a spectacle, it's a test of strength, endurance, and skill. Fighters from all over the world come together to compete in this thrilling sport that has captivated audiences for centuries.

The rules of Buhurt are simple: knock down your opponent with a barrage of powerful blows and masterful mixed-martial arts takedown techniques. Matches can range from 3 vs 3, 5 vs 5, 12 vs 12, and all the way up to 150 vs 150! Each fighter is equipped with a sword, axe, or mace, and must wear full armor to protect themselves from the intense blows.

But don't let the brute force fool you - Buhurt is a highly strategic sport that requires a great deal of teamwork and coordination. Fighters must work together to take down their opponents while also protecting their own teammates. It's a battle of wits, as much as it is of strength and skill.

And rest assured, safety is a top priority. Each match is monitored by highly trained knight marshals, who ensure that the rules and regulations of the sport are followed to a tee. So gear up and join the battle, for a thrilling experience like no other awaits! With its combination of adrenaline-pumping action, historical weaponry, and medieval armor, Buhurt is a truly unique and unforgettable sport that will leave you breathless.

DUELS

  • Sword & Shield: This category features fighters armed with a sword and a shield, which they use to both attack and defend. The combination of these two weapons makes for a thrilling and dynamic fighting style. Fighters must be skilled in both offense and defense, as they face off against opponents armed with a variety of weapons. The shield can be used to deflect strikes and provide cover, while the sword can be used for quick, precise attacks. Fighters must have quick reflexes and be able to think on their feet in order to succeed in this category.

  • Sword & Buckler: In this category, fighters use a sword and a small buckler shield. This setup allows for quick, agile movements and strikes. Fighters must be able to quickly change between offense and defense and use their buckler to deflect their opponent's attacks. The small size of the buckler means that fighters must be precise and strategic in their movements. This category is fast-paced and requires a high level of skill and precision.

  • Pro Fight: The Pro Fight category is the highest level of competition in Armoured Combat. Fighters in this category use a variety of weapons and armor, and must be skilled in all aspects of combat. This is a full-contact category, meaning that fighters can use all of their weapons and techniques to try to take down their opponent. The fights can be intense and exhilarating, with fighters demonstrating their speed, strength, and skill. The Pro Fight category is the ultimate test of a fighter's abilities and is not for the faint of heart.

  • Pole Arm: The Pole Arm category features fighters using long weapons such as halberds, spears, and other pole arms. These weapons require a different style of fighting, as they are longer and heavier than a sword. Fighters must be able to control the momentum of the weapon and use it to their advantage. This category is all about timing and precision, as fighters must use their pole arms to strike their opponents at the right moment. It is a unique and exciting category that showcases the diversity of weapons and fighting styles in Armoured Combat.

  • Longsword: The Longsword category is all about speed and precision. Fighters in this category use a two-handed longsword, which allows for quick, powerful strikes. The longsword is a versatile weapon, allowing fighters to attack from a variety of angles and positions. This category requires fighters to have a high level of technical skill and be able to think quickly on their feet. It is an exciting category to watch, with fighters demonstrating their agility and precision as they battle it out with their opponents.

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DUELS

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MARSHALS

MARSHALS

If you've ever wondered who is responsible for keeping an Armoured Combat competition safe and fair, look no further than the Marshals. These brave and respected individuals are the ultimate authority on the list, ensuring that the rules and regulations are followed, the fighters are properly equipped, and everyone stays safe. Marshals wear distinctive mustard yellow uniforms and stand out as the unsung heroes of the Armoured Combat community. According to the Battle of the Nations website, being a Marshal requires the ability to remain calm under pressure, make quick decisions, and communicate effectively with fighters and organisers alike.

Becoming a Marshal is a fantastic way to get involved in Armoured Combat without engaging in physical combat. It allows you to gain a deep understanding of the rules and regulations, contribute to the sport's growth and development, and build relationships with fighters and organizers alike. Marshals are highly respected by all fighters for their courage and commitment to the sport. So why not start your journey towards becoming a Marshal today? With dedication and hard work, you could be an essential part of Armoured Combat and ensure the safety and fairness of every competition.

Squires

Are you a fan of Armoured Combat but don't fancy having an axe in your face? Fear not! We still need you! Become a groupie and help our fighters suit up in their armour, tie their shoelaces, and remind them when to stop hitting each other. You'll be the envy of all the other fans as you cheer our fighters on and capture their finest moments on camera. And don't forget the important role of being a general runner for when our fighters go goo goo brained - someone has to keep them in check! Plus, you can show off your organisational skills by being the team notes scribe and reading out the opponents' info between matches. So come on, join the fun and be a part of the Armoured Combat crew - even if you prefer to keep your face axe-free!

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