https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aLZyxtlb3F0 So this video here shows the basics of what I would basically call HEMA grappling, grappling techniques based on the writings of Fiore. Now it's interesting to see because I imagine knights (especially Italian knights) would have been trained in wrestling of the ancient styles, wrestling is by no means new. And before you cast it off because of the overweightedness of the men in the video, Fiore was literally one of the best swordsman of the era, his principles are still very relevant in competition today. I do imagine if he felt these grappling positions relevant enough to mention there must have been a reason, and that he didn't just discuss these positions haphazardly. So any points of discussion from this? It advises a very different stance than a standard grappling stance. Iron gates is the main stance I was told to maintain, it advises keeping the hands down on one side of the body, with a bladed stance, with weight low. I don't have any videos about this, but I could make some eventually. The idea is basically to use a wide circular motion to redirect any attacks and grabs and counter attack or grab. Anyways what do you think about this style, anything new in it you would consider using?