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Wrestling was less popular among the Romans than it had been with the Greeks, and, with the fall of the Roman Empire, references to wrestling disappeared in Europe until about ce.
When the Islamic rulers of Persia began hiring Turkic mercenaries about ce , the soldiers brought with them a style of loose wrestling called koresh, in which grips may be taken on the long, tight leather pants worn by the wrestlers and the bout ends with a touch fall of the loser briefly on his back.
Gradually the Turks took over the entire Muslim dominion, and their wrestling style spread. Later Mongolian invasions in the 13th century introduced Mongolian wrestling, which received royal patronage, and wrestling became the national sport of modern Iran.
Sumo , a Japanese belt-wrestling style, was a popular spectator sport under imperial patronage — Originally a submission spectacle, sumo became highly ritualized as a toppling match with victory coming also from the forcing of an opponent out of a foot 4-metre circle.
By the 17th century sumo wrestling had became a professional sport in Japan. From the samurai martial art jujitsu , judo , the other prominent Japanese wrestling style, was derived in the 19th century and became an international sport in the second half of the 20th century.
Wrestling occurred in several styles throughout Europe in the Middle Ages. The first recorded English match was held in London early in the 13th century.
In England and Brittany a form of jacket wrestling commonly called Cornwall and Devon see Cornish wrestling survives from at least the 4th or 5th century.
Wrestling as a martial skill was taught to the knights of the Holy Roman Empire , and wrestling instruction books appeared in manuscript before the introduction of printing and thereafter in print.
Mongolian loose wrestling, introduced to India after the Mughal conquest of , has survived in both India and Pakistan.
Wrestling Article Media Additional Info. Article Contents. Print print Print. Table Of Contents. A wrestling bout is a physical competition, between two occasionally more competitors or sparring partners, who attempt to gain and maintain a superior position.
There are a wide range of styles with varying rules with both traditional historic and modern styles. Wrestling techniques have been incorporated into other martial arts as well as military hand-to-hand combat systems.
Wrestling represents one of the oldest forms of combat. The origins of wrestling go back 15, years through cave drawings.
Babylonian and Egyptian reliefs show wrestlers using most of the holds known in the present-day sport. Literary references to it occur as early as the Old Testament and the ancient Indian Vedas.
In ancient Greece wrestling occupied a prominent place in legend and literature; wrestling competition, brutal in many aspects, served as the focal sport of the ancient Olympic Games.
The ancient Romans borrowed heavily from Greek wrestling, but eliminated much of its brutality. During the Middle Ages fifth century to fifteenth century wrestling remained popular and enjoyed the patronage of many royal families, including those of France, Japan and England.
Early British settlers in America brought a strong wrestling tradition with them. The settlers also found wrestling to be popular among Native Americans.
The first organized national wrestling tournament took place in New York City in Wrestling has also been an event at every modern Olympic Games since the games in St.
Louis, Missouri a demonstration had been performed at the first modern Olympics. Some of the earliest references to wrestling can be found in wrestling mythology.
Michiel Sweerts , Wrestling Match , Wrestling disciplines, as defined by UWW, are broken down into two categories: International wrestling disciplines and folk wrestling disciplines.
UWW currently recognizes six wrestling disciplines in all. Three are Olympic disciplines: Greco-Roman wrestling , men's freestyle wrestling and female wrestling i.
The other three are amateur pankration, belt wrestling alysh and beach wrestling. Greco-Roman is an international discipline and an Olympic sport.
In Greco-Roman style, it is forbidden to hold the opponent below the belt, to make trips, and to actively use the legs in the execution of any action.
Recent rule changes in Greco-Roman increase opportunities for and place greater emphasis on explosive, 'high amplitude' throws. Pinning one's opponent to the mat is one way of winning.
Freestyle wrestling is an international discipline and an Olympic sport, for both men and women. This style allows the use of the wrestler's or his opponent's legs in offense and defense.
Freestyle wrestling has its origins in catch-as-catch-can wrestling and the prime victory condition in this style involves the wrestler winning by throwing and pinning his opponent on the mat.
American high school and men's college wrestling is conducted under different rules and is termed scholastic and collegiate wrestling.
American women's college wrestling uses freestyle rules. Pankration, from the Greek words pan and kratos and meaning "all of power", is a world heritage martial art which was introduced to the Ancient Olympic Games in BC.
Modern amateur pankration is a form of mixed martial arts MMA that incorporates techniques from multiple systems.
Matches are fought with both grappling holds and by striking techniques. Alysh is a Turkic term for a Central Asian folk wrestling style which involves the wearing of jackets, trousers and thick belts.
Throughout the contest the wrestlers must retain their hold on each other's belt. For this reason it is also referred to as ' belt wrestling alysh' or 'alysh belt wrestling'.
The style originally mirrored the rules used before the use of wrestling mats,  and beach wrestling has been regarded as the oldest version of international competitive wrestling.
Wrestlers may also wear spandex or athletic shorts. The international rules have been modified in by UWW, with the current rules allowing wrestlers to score points via takedowns, pushing their opponent out of bounds, or bringing the opponent down to their back.
Folk wrestling describes a traditional form of wrestling unique to a culture or geographic region of the world that FILA does not administer rules for.
Examples of the many styles of folk wrestling, include backhold wrestling from Europe , Cumberland Wrestling and Catch-as-catch-can from England , kurash from Uzbekistan, gushteengiri from Tajikistan, khuresh from Siberia, Lotta Campidanese from Italy, koshti pahlavani from Iran, naban from Myanmar, pehlwani from India, penjang gulat from Indonesia, schwingen from Switzerland, tigel from Ethiopia, shuai jiao from China, and ssireum from Korea.
Folk wrestling styles are not recognized as international styles of wrestling by UWW. It is so called because the wrestlers douse themselves with olive oil.
The wrestlers, known as pehlivanlar meaning "champion" wear a type of hand-stitched lederhosen called a kispetler , which are traditionally made of water buffalo hide, and most recently have been made of calfskin.
Unlike Olympic wrestling, oil wrestling matches may be won by achieving an effective hold of the kisbet.
Thus, the pehlivan aims to control his opponent by putting his arm through the latter's kisbet.
If no winner is determined, another 15 minutes—10 minutes for the pehlivan category—of wrestling ensues, wherein scores are kept to determine the victor.
In recent years this style of wrestling has also become popular in other countries. Collegiate wrestling sometimes known as scholastic wrestling or folkstyle wrestling is the commonly used name of wrestling practiced by men at the college and university level in the United States.