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Martial arts can be described as both a sport and a therapy tool. Martial arts originated from Japan. The quiz below is set to help test how much you know about martial arts. All the best and enjoy!


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    Jackie Chan is not only known for his Martial Arts skill, but also for what?

    • A.

      Brute Physical Strength

    • B.

      Charisma With Women

    • C.

      Poorly Spoken English

    • D.

      He Does Many Of His Own Stunts In His Movies

    Correct Answer
    D. He Does Many Of His Own Stunts In His Movies
    Explanation
    Jackie Chan is not only known for his Martial Arts skill, but also for doing many of his own stunts in his movies. This means that he performs dangerous and physically demanding actions himself, without relying on a stunt double. This showcases his bravery, dedication, and commitment to his craft, making him highly respected in the film industry.

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  • 2. 

    If a student bows when addressing an instructor, is it necessary for the teacher to bow back?

    • A.

      No, Instructors Are Looked Down Upon For This

    • B.

      No, It Is Actually A Sign Of Subservience To Return A Bow

    • C.

      No, One Is Patronizing His/Her Student By Doing So

    • D.

      Yes

    Correct Answer
    D. Yes
    Explanation
    In some cultures, bowing is a sign of respect and politeness. If a student bows when addressing an instructor, it is considered appropriate for the teacher to bow back as a reciprocal gesture of respect. By doing so, the teacher acknowledges the student's respect and maintains a harmonious relationship in the classroom.

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  • 3. 

    Which of these statements about martial arts is considered to be true?

    • A.

      Tai Chi Ch'uan Isn't Practical

    • B.

      Karate Is Better Than Judo

    • C.

      Aikijujtsu Is Best For Women

    • D.

      None Of These

    Correct Answer
    D. None Of These
    Explanation
    None of the statements about martial arts is considered to be true. The question is presenting four statements about different martial arts, but none of them are accurate or universally accepted. The answer indicates that none of the statements are considered to be true, suggesting that each statement is either subjective or incorrect.

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  • 4. 

    The object of sumo wrestling is to?

    • A.

      To Physically Injure Your Opponent

    • B.

      Pin Your Opponent

    • C.

      Cause Your Opponent To Be Thrown From The Mat

    • D.

      Kill Your Opponent

    Correct Answer
    C. Cause Your Opponent To Be Thrown From The Mat
    Explanation
    The object of sumo wrestling is to cause your opponent to be thrown from the mat. In this sport, the goal is to use various techniques and strategies to force your opponent out of the ring or make any part of their body other than the soles of their feet touch the ground. The objective is not to physically injure or kill your opponent, but rather to outmaneuver and overpower them in order to win the match.

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  • 5. 

    Any part of a martial arts uniform, regardless of whether or not it is karate, kung fu, or whatever can be washed except for what?

    • A.

      The Hakama

    • B.

      If It Is Taken From You By Your Instructor

    • C.

      The Belt Or Sash

    • D.

      The Jacket Or Kimono

    Correct Answer
    C. The Belt Or Sash
    Explanation
    The belt or sash is the part of a martial arts uniform that should not be washed. This is because the belt or sash represents the practitioner's progress and skill level in martial arts. It is often worn for a long time and becomes a symbol of dedication and hard work. Washing the belt or sash is believed to wash away the knowledge and experience gained through training. Therefore, it is important to keep the belt or sash clean through other means, such as airing it out or spot cleaning if necessary.

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  • 6. 

    What is the proper name used in Martial Arts to describe the baton which has a perpendicular handle, carried by most police officers?

    • A.

      Wakizashi

    • B.

      Hanbo

    • C.

      Jo

    • D.

      Tonfa

    Correct Answer
    D. Tonfa
    Explanation
    The proper name used in Martial Arts to describe the baton with a perpendicular handle, carried by most police officers, is Tonfa. The Tonfa is a traditional Okinawan weapon that has been adopted by law enforcement agencies around the world. It consists of a handle and a perpendicular side handle, which provides additional control and leverage when using the weapon.

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  • 7. 

    What is the energy source shrouded in mystery and fable that martial artists of all genres utilize?

    • A.

      Chi

    • B.

      Both Chi And Ki

    • C.

      None Of These

    • D.

      Ki

    Correct Answer
    B. Both Chi And Ki
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Both Chi And Ki. Chi and Ki are both energy sources that are often associated with martial arts. Chi is a concept from Chinese martial arts, while Ki is the Japanese equivalent. Both terms refer to the internal energy or life force that martial artists believe can be harnessed and utilized in their practice. These energies are often shrouded in mystery and fable, adding to their allure and intrigue in the martial arts world.

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  • 8. 

    What was the name of the tournament that Daniel Larusso fought in the 1980's classic "The Karate Kid"?

    • A.

      The All Valley Under 18 Karate Championships

    • B.

      The Battle Of Los Angeles

    • C.

      The Napa Valley Under 18 Karate Exhibition

    • D.

      The Southern California Karate Championships

    Correct Answer
    A. The All Valley Under 18 Karate Championships
    Explanation
    In the 1980's classic "The Karate Kid," Daniel Larusso fought in the All Valley Under 18 Karate Championships.

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  • 9. 

    Chuck Norris advised Bruce Lee to do what in his movies to increase his popularity?

    • A.

      Execute Higher Kicks

    • B.

      Learn Karate

    • C.

      Loose The Chinese Accent

    • D.

      Change His Hairstyle To One More That's More "American梅"

    Correct Answer
    A. Execute Higher Kicks
    Explanation
    Chuck Norris advised Bruce Lee to execute higher kicks in his movies to increase his popularity. This suggestion implies that higher kicks would add excitement and a sense of athleticism to Bruce Lee's fight scenes, making them more visually impressive and captivating for the audience. By incorporating this advice, Bruce Lee could showcase his physical abilities and stand out among other martial artists, ultimately boosting his popularity in the film industry.

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  • 10. 

    What do Karate practitioners call the shout or yell that one often hears a martial artist uttering in movies, or in reality?

    • A.

      Kiai

    • B.

      There Is No Name For That

    • C.

      Kaze Tsuke

    • D.

      Bacatane

    Correct Answer
    A. Kiai
    Explanation
    Karate practitioners call the shout or yell that one often hears a martial artist uttering in movies or in reality "Kiai". This term is used to describe the vocalization technique used in martial arts, particularly in Karate, to enhance focus, power, and release energy during strikes or movements. It is believed to help in intimidating opponents and channeling one's inner strength.

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  • 11. 

    What was Sonja Blade's fatal move in the very first version of the "Mortal Kombat" video game?

    • A.

      Breath Of Fire

    • B.

      The Death Grip

    • C.

      There Was No Such Thing In Mortal Kombat

    • D.

      The Kiss Of Death

    Correct Answer
    D. The Kiss Of Death
    Explanation
    In the very first version of the "Mortal Kombat" video game, Sonja Blade's fatal move was called "The Kiss of Death". This move involved Sonja kissing her opponent, which resulted in their heart exploding and causing an instant fatality.

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  • 12. 

    What was the primary function of Do-Ku?

    • A.

      To Clean Severe Cuts

    • B.

      A Compact Food That Could Be Carried On Long Trips

    • C.

      To Polish A Samurai's Sword

    • D.

      To Attack The Central Nervous System

    Correct Answer
    D. To Attack The Central Nervous System
    Explanation
    Do-Ku's primary function was to attack the central nervous system. This suggests that Do-Ku was designed or used as a weapon or tool to target and disrupt the nervous system of a living being, potentially causing paralysis or other neurological effects.

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  • 13. 

    Besides being a farm tool, and a standard striking and gouging weapon, the sai was commonly used in Japan and Okinawa for what purpose?

    • A.

      As A Ballast On A Fishing Boat

    • B.

      Medicinal Uses

    • C.

      As A Sharpening Surface For Blades

    • D.

      To Break Samurai Swords

    Correct Answer
    D. To Break Samurai Swords
    Explanation
    The sai was commonly used in Japan and Okinawa to break samurai swords. This suggests that the sai was a powerful and effective weapon that could be used to disarm or incapacitate an opponent wielding a sword. Additionally, it implies that the sai was widely recognized for its durability and strength, as it was capable of withstanding the force of a samurai sword strike without breaking.

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  • 14. 

    When someone is a third kyu or third Kup in a martial art, he is most likely equal to what rank?

    • A.

      A Third Generation Master

    • B.

      3rd Degree Black Belt

    • C.

      A Grandmaster

    • D.

      Brown Or Red Belt (Depending On School)

    Correct Answer
    D. Brown Or Red Belt (Depending On School)
    Explanation
    When someone is a third kyu or third Kup in a martial art, they are most likely equal to a Brown or Red Belt, depending on the school. In many martial arts systems, the belt ranking system starts with white belt and progresses through different colored belts as the practitioner gains skill and knowledge. The order and color of belts can vary between different martial arts styles and schools, so a third kyu or Kup may correspond to a Brown or Red Belt in some schools.

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  • 15. 

    In "The Karate Kid" Miyagi told Daniel "Karate here, Karate here, Karate never here", what was this cryptic sounding message saying?

    • A.

      Use Your Hands And Feet, Never Your Mouth

    • B.

      Strike To The Head And The Midsection, Never To The Heart!

    • C.

      Karate Comes From The Heart And Mind, Never The Gut

    • D.

      Practice Karate At Home Or In Private, Never In Public

    Correct Answer
    C. Karate Comes From The Heart And Mind, Never The Gut
    Explanation
    The message "Karate here, Karate here, Karate never here" is saying that karate should be practiced and executed with the heart and mind, rather than relying on brute force or aggression from the gut. It emphasizes the importance of discipline, focus, and inner strength in the practice of karate.

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  • 16. 

    Lion Dancing was taught to the Chinese people for which of these reasons, primarily?

    • A.

      To Understand Chinese Culture

    • B.

      To Prepare For Military Service

    • C.

      As A Reward For Good Citizenship

    • D.

      For Health And For Defense

    Correct Answer
    D. For Health And For Defense
    Explanation
    Lion Dancing was primarily taught to the Chinese people for health and defense purposes. This traditional dance form not only served as a form of exercise but also helped in developing physical strength, agility, and coordination. Additionally, the lion dance was believed to ward off evil spirits and bring good luck, thus serving as a form of defense against negative forces.

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  • 17. 

    In what martial art can you find sand, pebbles and iron filings as practice tools?

    • A.

      Most Of Them

    • B.

      Most Styles Of Kung Fu

    • C.

      Iron Palm Kung Fu

    • D.

      Jujutsu

    Correct Answer
    C. Iron Palm Kung Fu
    Explanation
    Iron Palm Kung Fu is a martial art that specifically focuses on conditioning the hands and striking techniques. In order to strengthen the hands and increase their resilience, practitioners of Iron Palm Kung Fu use various practice tools such as sand, pebbles, and iron filings. These tools are used to toughen the skin, strengthen the bones, and develop striking power. By repeatedly striking and manipulating these materials, practitioners aim to enhance their hand strength and durability, making them more effective in combat situations. Therefore, Iron Palm Kung Fu is the martial art that utilizes sand, pebbles, and iron filings as practice tools.

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  • 18. 

    Checking the Storm refers to a technique taught in what system of Martial Arts?

    • A.

      Kajukenbo

    • B.

      Kenpo

    • C.

      Bojutsu

    • D.

      Kenjutsu

    Correct Answer
    B. Kenpo
    Explanation
    Checking the Storm is a technique that is taught in the system of Martial Arts known as Kenpo.

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  • 19. 

    In aiki jujtsu what is the garment called that is worn by its practitioners which is something like a skirt?

    • A.

      Tare

    • B.

      Do

    • C.

      Men

    • D.

      Hakama

    Correct Answer
    D. Hakama
    Explanation
    Hakama is the correct answer because it is a traditional garment worn by practitioners of aiki jujitsu. It is similar to a skirt and is typically worn over a kimono. The hakama is wide-legged and pleated, providing freedom of movement during training. It is an important part of the uniform in aiki jujitsu and is often worn by both men and women.

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  • 20. 

    What mixed martial artist has fought both Herb Dean and Cabbage?

    • A.

      Wanderlei Silva

    • B.

      Royce Gracie

    • C.

      Chuck Liddell

    • D.

      Diesel Joe Riggs

    Correct Answer
    D. Diesel Joe Riggs
    Explanation
    Diesel Joe Riggs is the correct answer because he is the only mixed martial artist listed who has fought both Herb Dean and Cabbage. Wanderlei Silva, Royce Gracie, and Chuck Liddell have not fought either of them.

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  • 21. 

    What was Miyamoto Musashi's general attitude towards Japanese Swordsmanship?

    • A.

      Strategy Is Not Important

    • B.

      Appearance Of Technique Does Not Matter, Killing Is Killing

    • C.

      Study Many Different Ways To Perform The Same Cut

    • D.

      Master The Appearance Of Technique

    Correct Answer
    B. Appearance Of Technique Does Not Matter, Killing Is Killing
    Explanation
    Miyamoto Musashi's general attitude towards Japanese Swordsmanship was that the appearance of technique does not matter, killing is killing. This suggests that he believed that the most important aspect of swordsmanship was the ability to effectively kill an opponent, rather than focusing on the aesthetics or style of the techniques used. Musashi likely prioritized practicality and efficiency in combat over form or showmanship.

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  • 22. 

    What evil ninja wanted to kill Nicholas in Eric Von Lustbader's "The Ninja"?

    • A.

      Saigo

    • B.

      Hasegawa

    • C.

      Braiden

    • D.

      Kinjo

    Correct Answer
    A. Saigo
    Explanation
    In Eric Von Lustbader's "The Ninja," Saigo is the evil ninja who wants to kill Nicholas.

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  • 23. 

    Who wrote the popular series of Kobudo instruction books with titles such as "Sai - Karate Weapon of Self Defense"?

    • A.

      Fumio Demura

    • B.

      Masatoshi Nakayama

    • C.

      Russell Kozuki

    • D.

      Jack Dillman

    Correct Answer
    A. Fumio Demura
    Explanation
    Fumio Demura wrote the popular series of Kobudo instruction books with titles such as "Sai - Karate Weapon of Self Defense".

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  • 24. 

    Taimak, the fast-handed Kung Fu Master who played Leroy Green in "The Last Dragon", also made an appearance in what popular sitcom?

    • A.

      Friends

    • B.

      Diff'rent Strokes

    • C.

      A Different World

    • D.

      Cheers

    Correct Answer
    C. A Different World
    Explanation
    Taimak, the actor who portrayed Leroy Green in "The Last Dragon", made an appearance in the popular sitcom "A Different World".

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  • 25. 

    What ridiculous fight scene can one find in the Bruce Lee classic "Game of Death"?

    • A.

      Bruce Fought Underwater For Over 3 Minutes!

    • B.

      Bruce Fought 100 Men And Won!

    • C.

      The Fights Were Pretty Cool, And Not Too Outlandish

    • D.

      Bruce And Several Guys Fought While On Moving Motorcycles

    Correct Answer
    D. Bruce And Several Guys Fought While On Moving Motorcycles
    Explanation
    In the Bruce Lee classic "Game of Death," there is a ridiculous fight scene where Bruce and several guys fought while on moving motorcycles. This scene is considered ridiculous because fighting while on moving motorcycles requires a high level of skill and coordination, making it an outlandish and impressive spectacle. It showcases Bruce Lee's agility and martial arts expertise, adding excitement and intensity to the film.

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  • 26. 

    Name the two Chinese characters (people) that could be found in the "Virtua Fighter 2" video game?

    • A.

      Lau And Lee

    • B.

      Pai And Lau

    • C.

      Ken And Ryu

    • D.

      Pai And Kage

    Correct Answer
    B. Pai And Lau
    Explanation
    In the video game "Virtua Fighter 2," the two Chinese characters (people) that can be found are Pai and Lau.

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  • 27. 

    In Dean Koontz's "Cold Fire", what was the name of the Tae Kwon Do school found in the book?

    • A.

      Dojo

    • B.

      You Won't Find A Tae Kwon Do School In That Book

    • C.

      Cold Fire Tae Kwon Do

    • D.

      Dye's Tae Kwon Do

    Correct Answer
    A. Dojo
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Dojo". In the book "Cold Fire" by Dean Koontz, the name of the Tae Kwon Do school mentioned is Dojo.

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  • 28. 

    Si Fu is the Chinese word for a male teacher - what is a female teacher called in Chinese?

    • A.

      Si Gong

    • B.

      Si Mu

    • C.

      No Change

    • D.

      Si Fe

    Correct Answer
    B. Si Mu
    Explanation
    In Chinese, "Si Fu" refers to a male teacher. To refer to a female teacher, the correct term is "Si Mu."

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  • 29. 

    Hi Ji Ken Yu Ma is what in martial arts?

    • A.

      The Five Levels Of Kung Fu Mastery

    • B.

      The Five Animals That Represent Kung Fu

    • C.

      Counting From 1 To 5 In Chinese

    • D.

      A Training Stance In Wing Chun

    Correct Answer
    D. A Training Stance In Wing Chun
    Explanation
    The given correct answer is "A Training Stance In Wing Chun." Wing Chun is a style of Chinese martial arts that focuses on close-range combat and quick strikes. In Wing Chun, practitioners use various stances to improve their balance, stability, and power. The "Hi Ji Ken Yu Ma" stance is one of the fundamental training stances in Wing Chun, which helps practitioners develop proper body structure, footwork, and coordination. This stance is essential for building a strong foundation in Wing Chun and is often practiced extensively by beginners to improve their overall skills and techniques.

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  • 30. 

    Caltrops are a spiked weapon thrown on the ground to slow a pursuing opponent from giving chase. What is their Japanese name?

    • A.

      Shuriken

    • B.

      Throwing Stars

    • C.

      Keffe

    • D.

      Tetsu Bishi

    Correct Answer
    D. Tetsu Bishi
    Explanation
    Tetsu Bishi is the correct answer because it is the Japanese name for caltrops. Caltrops are spiked weapons that are thrown on the ground to hinder or slow down a pursuing opponent. They have been used as a defensive measure in various cultures throughout history, including in Japan where they are known as Tetsu Bishi.

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  • 31. 

    In Tae Kwon Do rules, what is the only hand technique, besides a block, that is legal in tournament combat?

    • A.

      A Ridgehand

    • B.

      A Reverse Punch

    • C.

      A Lunge Punch

    • D.

      A Back Knuckle Strike

    Correct Answer
    B. A Reverse Punch
    Explanation
    In Tae Kwon Do rules, the only hand technique, besides a block, that is legal in tournament combat is a Reverse Punch. This technique involves extending the arm straight forward with the fist facing down and rotating the body to generate power. It is a fundamental and commonly used technique in Tae Kwon Do, allowing practitioners to strike their opponents effectively while maintaining balance and control. Other hand techniques mentioned, such as a Ridgehand, Lunge Punch, and Back Knuckle Strike, may not be allowed or have specific restrictions in tournament combat.

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  • 32. 

    Who was the vengeance-seeking black belt that tried to beat up Fonzie in "Happy Days"?

    • A.

      Pat Morita

    • B.

      Ron Howard

    • C.

      Steve Martin

    • D.

      Tom Hanks

    Correct Answer
    D. Tom Hanks
    Explanation
    In the TV show "Happy Days," Tom Hanks portrayed a character named Dwayne Twitchell, who was a vengeance-seeking black belt. He tried to beat up Fonzie, one of the main characters in the show. This character was known for his martial arts skills and his desire for revenge, making Tom Hanks the correct answer for this question.

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  • 33. 

    In "Rollerball", the Houston team was to play the Tokyo team and were warned about their use of what Martial Arts techniques?

    • A.

      Aikido And Jujutsu

    • B.

      They Did Not Know What Tokyo Would Do

    • C.

      Karate And Hap Ki Do

    • D.

      Karate And Tae Kwon Do

    Correct Answer
    C. Karate And Hap Ki Do
    Explanation
    In the movie "Rollerball", the Houston team was warned about the use of Karate and Hap Ki Do techniques by the Tokyo team. This suggests that the Tokyo team had skilled martial artists who were proficient in these specific martial arts styles. The Houston team was likely cautioned about the Tokyo team's expertise in these techniques to prepare them for the physicality and combat skills they would encounter during the game against the Tokyo team.

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  • 34. 

    Who is Mizugami?

    • A.

      The Inventor Of Wing Chun Kung Fu

    • B.

      The Water Goddess Which Appears On The Isshinryu Patch

    • C.

      The First Japanese Female To Teach Karate

    • D.

      The Head Of The JKA

    Correct Answer
    B. The Water Goddess Which Appears On The Isshinryu Patch
  • 35. 

    In "Revenge of the Ninja", Braiden posed as Cho's friend and helped him open a Japanese art gallery as a front for what?

    • A.

      Heroin Smuggling

    • B.

      Bootleg Artifacts From The Orient

    • C.

      Cocaine Smuggling

    • D.

      Weapons

    Correct Answer
    A. Heroin Smuggling
    Explanation
    In the movie "Revenge of the Ninja", Braiden pretended to be Cho's friend and supported him in establishing a Japanese art gallery. However, this art gallery was actually a cover-up for their illegal activities, specifically heroin smuggling.

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  • 36. 

    In "Ninja III, The Domination", the evil Ninja was killed, how was his death to be avenged?

    • A.

      His Ryu Got Together And Killed His Murderer

    • B.

      He Managed To Kill His Murderer Before He Himself Died

    • C.

      His Spirit Possessed A Young Woman

    • D.

      His Death Was Never Avenged

    Correct Answer
    C. His Spirit Possessed A Young Woman
    Explanation
    After the evil Ninja's death, his spirit possessed a young woman as a means of avenging his own death. This suggests that even in death, the Ninja sought justice by using the young woman as a vessel to take revenge on his murderer.

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  • 37. 

    What is the name of the Hyung in Tae Kwon Do which corresponds to the Karate Kata "Basai Dai"?

    • A.

      IIl Bo

    • B.

      Naifanchi Chodan

    • C.

      Paisai

    • D.

      Choong Mu

    Correct Answer
    C. Paisai
    Explanation
    Paisai is the name of the Hyung in Tae Kwon Do that corresponds to the Karate Kata "Basai Dai".

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  • 38. 

    Who entered a Japanese martial arts tournament as the returning champion with 301 wins and no loses?

    • A.

      Royce Gracie

    • B.

      Rickson Gracie

    • C.

      Tank Abbot

    • D.

      Frank Shamrock

    Correct Answer
    B. Rickson Gracie
    Explanation
    Rickson Gracie is the correct answer because he entered a Japanese martial arts tournament as the returning champion with an impressive record of 301 wins and no losses. This indicates that Rickson Gracie was highly skilled and successful in his martial arts career, making him a strong contender in the tournament.

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  • 39. 

    What fighter (current day Japanese wrestler) has the distinction of being the first person to be knocked out in the UFC?

    • A.

      Antonio Inoki

    • B.

      Don Frye

    • C.

      Remco Pardeul

    • D.

      Orlando Weit

    Correct Answer
    D. Orlando Weit
    Explanation
    Orlando Weit is the correct answer because he holds the distinction of being the first person to be knocked out in the UFC. This means that he was the first fighter to be rendered unconscious and unable to continue the fight due to a strike or series of strikes from his opponent. Antonio Inoki, Don Frye, and Remco Pardeul may be notable fighters, but they do not hold the specific distinction mentioned in the question.

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  • 40. 

    In 1993, what was the only state in the United States that allowed mixed martial arts fights?

    • A.

      New York

    • B.

      Nevada

    • C.

      California

    • D.

      Colorado

    Correct Answer
    D. Colorado
    Explanation
    In 1993, Colorado was the only state in the United States that allowed mixed martial arts fights. This means that other states, such as New York, Nevada, and California, did not permit these types of fights at that time.

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  • 41. 

    What person thought up the idea to hold the Ultimate Fighting Championship in an octagon?

    • A.

      A Martial-Arts Magazine Editor

    • B.

      A Colorado State Athletic Official

    • C.

      A Kickboxer

    • D.

      A Movie Producer

    Correct Answer
    D. A Movie Producer
    Explanation
    A movie producer is the person who thought up the idea to hold the Ultimate Fighting Championship in an octagon. This suggests that the concept of using an octagon as the fighting arena was not originally conceived by someone involved in martial arts or sports regulation, but rather by someone in the entertainment industry. The use of an octagon as the fighting arena has become a defining characteristic of the Ultimate Fighting Championship, making it distinct from other combat sports.

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  • 42. 

    What caused a confrontation that had to be separated by John McCarthy between Ken Shamrock & Tito Ortiz?

    • A.

      Ortiz Slapped Shamrock

    • B.

      Shamrock Berated Ortiz Wife

    • C.

      Ortiz Wore A Shirt Mocking The Lion's Den

    • D.

      Shamrock's Student Guy Mezger Defeated Ortiz

    Correct Answer
    C. Ortiz Wore A Shirt Mocking The Lion's Den
    Explanation
    Ken Shamrock and Tito Ortiz had a confrontation that had to be separated by John McCarthy because Ortiz wore a shirt mocking the Lion's Den. This action by Ortiz likely offended Shamrock and his team, the Lion's Den, leading to a heated confrontation between the two fighters.

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