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Lutta Corsa (the French name is Lutte corse; both mean “Corsican free fighting”) is an ancient, unarmed martial art developed from ancient pankration by shepherds on the Mediterranean island of Corsica.
Lutta corsa is a free-fighting art believed to have developed from Greek pankration wrestling and was traditionally practiced by shepherds on the Mediterranean island of Corsica.
In Corsica, they are the shepherds of the interior who are at the origin, and it is incorrect to say that ANY CORSICA knew the fight. This activity was in fact originally known only by the pastoral world, began to spread only in the inland villages in the alps.

The fight followed the shepherds, and she practiced where were the shepherds. Of course, if during visits to villages, the shepherds made converts among people, i paesani were less attracted by the physical aspect of the fight. True, their activity was largely based on work force, often painful, and they preferred to play under more relaxing. That did not stop, however, that the parties control were held mainly during the threshing of wheat, during the frequent pauses awaiting a Spuller (pending wind helping to disperse the ears).


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