- Pradal Serey ("free boxing") is kickboxing with
nearly exactly the same rules and style as Muay Thai.
It is the national sport and professional fights are
featured weekly on Cambodian television.
- Bokator (roughly translated "smashing the lion")
is an all-encompassing ancient fighting
art that utilizes punches, kicks, knees, elbows, grappling,
ground fighting, and weapons. Practitioners fight without
gloves and instead wrap their hands with ropes or
traditional krama scarves.
- Japbab Boran Khmer ("ancient Khmer wrestling")
is a Khmer style of wrestling and the least practiced of
the Cambodian martial arts. In Japbab, the goal is
to force the opponent’s back onto the ground. A handful
of wrestling clubs exist countrywide and they meet annually for
the national wrestling competition, which is a big spectator
Angkorian temple bas relief depicting
a warrior performing what is popularly
known today as a kimura lock.