For those who don’t know, Vale Tudo is basically a full combat, no holds barred combat sportthat has become really, really popular in different countries such as Brazil, as well as Japan, and is now considered an internationally renowned combat sport. As for the point of origin, Vale Tudo first originated from Brazil, and the it is also known as no holds barred, and anything goes. It is also one of the full contact combat sport when it comes to hardness. In terms of parenthood, it is said that the Vale Tudo owes the parenthood to different fighting styles/combat sports including the famous; Brazilian jiu-jitsu, Muay Thai, Combat Sambo, judo, boxing, savate, catch wrestling.
As sad as it may seem to the people who practice this sport in full don’t really get the chance to show off this wonderful, albeit a bit brutal sports at the Olympics, still, we are hoping that one day, Vale Tudo finally gets the chance. With that said, you should also know that the sport is considered to be the precursor of MMA (mixed martial art) an already popular sport.
The thing about vale tudo is that it happens to be brutal, this mainly comes from the fact that the hardness level of this sport is basically full contact, and in addition to that, it’s no holds bored, anything goes making it one of the most brutal combat sport there is.
Years of Practice
Considering how it is considered to be a precursor of MMA, the fighters need years of practice before they can finally prepare themselves for the sport, and we’re not talking about a year or two, the practice can range anywhere from 5 to 10 years easily, and that’s when fighters are ready.