pankration

[pan-KRAT-ion] A type of wrestling with almost no rules. Pankration was very popular and was one of the Olympic events.
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pankration

A type of wrestling with almost no rules; one of the Olympic events.
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Pankration

an ancient Greek athletic event involving a combination of wrestling and boxing though no himantes, boxing gloves, were used; in myth, the hero Theseus invented the pankration as a result of using both wrestling and boxing to defeat the Minotaur; a dangerous event, the pankration had two forms, kato pankration in which the athletes could fall to th...
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Pankration

An ancient Greek Olympic competition and style which featured some of the same techniques and methods of today's modern mixed martial arts.
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Pankration

An ancient Greek Olympic competition and style which featured some of the same techniques and methods of today's modern mixed martial arts.
Found on http://www.ufc.com/discover/glossary/list
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