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Yaw-Yan Also known as Sayaw ng Kamatayan "Dance of Death" Focus Mixed martial arts Country of origin Philippines Creator Napoleon A. Fernandez Parenthood Kickboxing, Grappling, Modern Arnis Olympic sport No Yaw-Yan, also called Sayaw ng Kamatayan or "Dance of Death"[1] is a Filipino martial art developed by Napoleon Fernandez. It is a form of kickboxing resembling Muay Thai but differs in the hip-torquing motion as well as the downward-cutting nature of its kicks, Yaw-yan also differs from Muay Thai because its practitioners can deliver their attacks from long range. Yaw-yan practitioners participate in various Filipino mixed-martial arts tournaments such as the Universal Reality Combat Championship[2] and Fearless Fighting.[3][4] History The originator of Yaw-Yan is Napoleon A. Fernandez,[5] a native of Quezon province. The word Yaw-Yan was derived from the last two syllables of Sayaw ng Kamatayan meaning "Dance of Death". It reflected the growing popularity of kickboxing (and later, Mixed Martial Arts) in the Philippines and the world. The style includes elements of striking, takedowns, grappling, arnis stick and knife fighting, and additional kickboxing material. References ^ Yaw Yan, The Philippine Dance of Death. Vol. 9, No. 11. Inside Kung-Fu magazine. November 1982.  ^ Mallari, Perry Gil S. (2007-07-15). "The thrill of the URCC X". The Manila Times. Archived from the original on 2008-01-11. http://web.archive.org/web/20080111123928/http://www.manilatimes.net/national/2007/july/17/yehey/life/20070717lif2.html. Retrieved 2008-01-30.  ^ "Amurao bags Fearless Fighting featherweight crown". The Manila Times. 2007-03-18. Archived from the original on 2008-01-11. http://web.archive.org/web/20080111124013/http://www.manilatimes.net/national/2007/mar/18/yehey/sports/20070318spo5.html. Retrieved 2008-01-30.  ^ "Wushu bets dominate Fearless Fighting". Manila Bulletin. 2006-04-16. Archived from the original on 2007-09-11. http://web.archive.org/web/20070911002956/http://www.mb.com.ph/issues/2006/04/16/SPRT2006041661466.html. Retrieved 2008-01-30.  ^ "Yaw-Yan ‘Texas’ opens new gym in Sanciangko". Sun.Star Cebu. 2007-07-08. http://www.sunstar.com.ph/static/ceb/2004/07/08/sports/yaw.yan.texas.opens.new.gym.in.sanciangko.html. Retrieved 2008-01-29.  External links Yaw Yan Ardigma Philippine YAW-YAN ARDIGMA KickBoxing Federation GAMEPLAN TV show Yaw-Yan blog Yaw Yan Fervilleon Short Documentary Yaw-Yan Sibukan Yaw-Yan Kampilan v • d • e Martial arts by country of origin The Martial Arts Portal     Australia Zen Do Kai · Zen Ki Bo Armenia Kokh Azerbaijan Gulesh Turando Brittany Gouren Brazil Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu · Capoeira · Luta Livre · Vale Tudo Burma (Myanmar) Bando · Banshay · Lethwei · Naban · Pongyi thaing  · Thaing Cambodia Bokator · Pradal Serey Canada Okichitaw · Defendo China Baguazhang · Bājíquán · Changquan · Chin Na · Fanziquan · Hung Ga · Liuhebafa · Northern Praying Mantis · Southern Praying Mantis · Sanshou · Shaolin Kung Fu · Shuai Jiao · Tai chi chuan · Wing Chun · Wudang Kung Fu · Wushu · Xingyiquan · Zui Quan Egypt Tahtib France Canne de combat · Kinomichi · Savate Germany German school of fencing · Universal Fight Georgia Khridoli Greece Pále · Pankration · Pygmachia Iceland Glima Indonesia Pencak Silat · Tarung Derajat · Liu Seong Kuntao · Ujungan India Dravidian martial arts · Gatka · Kalarippayattu · Malla-yuddha · Silambam · Vajra Mushti · Pehlwani Iran Kung Fu To'a · Varzesh-e Pahlavani Israel Krav Maga Italy Italian school of swordsmanship Japan Aikido · Battōjutsu · Hojōjutsu · Iaidō · Iaijutsu · Jōdō · Judo · Jujutsu · Jūkendō · Juttejutsu · Karate · Kendo · Kenpō · Kenjutsu · Kyūdō · Kyūjutsu · Naginatajutsu · Ninjutsu · Shurikenjutsu · Sōjutsu · Sumo Korea Haidong Gumdo · Hapkido · Hwa Rang Do · Kuk Sool Won · Soo Bahk Do · Ssireum · Subak · Taekkyeon · Taekwondo · Tang Soo Do Laos Muay Lao Malaysia Silat Melayu · Malaysian kickboxing Mongolia Mongolian wrestling New Zealand Mau rākau Nigeria Dambe Pakistan Pehlwani · Malakhra Philippines Eskrima · Modern Arnis · Sikaran · Yawyan · Panantukan Portugal Jogo do Pau Russia Fistfight · Sambo · Systema Ryūkyū Kingdom Karate · Okinawan kobudō Serbia Narodno rvanje · Svebor · Real Aikido · Hapkikwan Singapore Lungwu Quan Sri Lanka Angampora · Cheena di Switzerland Schwingen Somalia Istunka Spain Spanish school of swordsmanship · Lucha Canaria · Juego del Palo · Yawara-Jitsu Thailand Muay Thai Turkey Karakucak · Oil wrestling United Arab Emirates Yowla United Kingdom Bartitsu · Catch wrestling · Defendu · Singlestick · Spirit Combat United States of America Chun Kuk Do · Jeet Kune Do · Kajukenbo · Marine Corps Martial Arts Program · Modern Army Combatives · Toso Kune Do · Collegiate Wrestling Uzbekistan Kurash Vietnam Vovinam · Nhat Nam No single origin: Archery · Boxing · Fencing · Historical European Martial Arts · Kickboxing · Silat · Stick fighting · Wrestling This article related to the martial arts is a stub. 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