Mongolian Wrestling, known as Bökh (Mongolian: Бөх or Үндэсний бөх). It is the folk wrestling style of Mongols in Mongolia, Inner Mongolia and other regions. Bökh means "durability". Mongolian wrestling has certain codes of conduct that concern
Although traditional wrestling exists in various forms throughout West Africa, the version in Senegal, known as laamb, has reached unparalleled heights. Laamb ends when one of the wrestlers puts his opponent’s head, back or both hands and knees to the gro
Amazing details if faked!Mermaid supposedly found on Egyptian shores or Bulgaria (It is hard to find the source online). It may or not be fake but they sure made this thing look pretty real. The mystery is still inconclusive.
Ready: A wrestler pours a bottle of 'potion' over himself - these include ingredients such as hair from lions and hyenas, gazelle milk and the roots of sacred and secret trees and are deemed to provide good fortune
What a drag! Male swimmers continued to wear speed-resistant one-pieces at the 1928 games in Amsterdam, although the suits began to more clearly take on the shape of what later became known as swim trunks.
Superstition plays a big role in African traditional wrestling. Fighters prepare by covering their bodies in solutions prepared by the Marabout, a medicine man. They also wear small amulets and shells.