Japan has karate, the Koreans taekwondo and the Brazilians capoeira — however what involves thoughts while you consider an Australian fight sport and tradition?
It is a query that intrigued Yawuru man Brenton McKenna.
- Brenton McKenna says the game is predicated on the behaviour of kangaroos, goannas and snakes
- Mr McKenna has been researching conventional Indigenous fight
- Indigenous Australian black belt in Brazilian jiu-jitsu Chris Arnott says the brand new sport will assist convey the group collectively
A decade of analysis has seen the Broome resident develop 3 Tails, a contemporary tackle Indigenous self-defence strategies.
“I’ve created a method based mostly on some Indigenous types of wrestling which can be nonetheless surviving, due to the Canberra’s Institute of Sport,” he stated.