Hip-Show is a weekly studio-based mma team competition from Moscow, a sort of Gladiators meets UFC. Teams of four fighters enter, but the actual bouts are ether 3 vs 3, 3 vs 2, 2 vs 2, or 2 vs 1. Teams have to defend or capture parts of the three-dimensional arena. Fighting is scored on a points system, more details can be found at http://hip-show.com/en/site/rules Fighters can be knocked out, and individual fighters can be disqualified after two warnings for foul play. Double- or triple-teaming is allowed and part of the entertainment Recordings take place in a purpose-built studio in front of a paying audience. This video is taken from a free Hip-Show promo, who have the copyright. All the matches from last season are available for free viewing on the Hip-Show YouTube page.
Working out, sparring and practising wrestling throws in a river. About halfway in, more of a free-fight style develops with some kickboxing thrown in for good measure.These exercises are part of a genuine training regimen devised by the Olympic wrestler A.I Kucherenko (1892-1937)
Gut punching with a brick, abs bashing with a log, and a wrestling coach with a whip. There is some boxing, wrestling and mma sparing, and a free fight at the end (12:10) where one guy gives his opponent several face-fulls of snow.Unusual.