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|Part 1: Training in knife fighting has become extremely popular.|
Knife fighting is rapidly becoming the next big craze in modern combat arts.
It wasn't too long ago when carrying a knife, and using it in combat, was strictly the domain of the criminal. Countless movies depicted this: as with the "evil" switchblades in the classic movies "West Side Story" or "Rebel Without a Cause."
Yet today, Black Belt and Inside Kung Fu, the "Time" and "Newsweek" of the martial arts world, devote full articles to the subject. And it's not uncommon to see the telltale clips of tactical folders on your dojomates' pockets when they walk in off the street. Why has knife fighting become so popular?
As martial artists, we've all trained for the possibility of facing a knife-wielding attacker. Yet to learn how to use a knife against someone, where can you study?
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