History of Kali Sikaran

The Kali Sikaran is influenced by the history of Southeast Asia, especially the Majapahit Empire. The Majapahit was an Empire (1293-1500) where the bull was the symbol of the Empire. The bull itself was the symbol for power. The circle on top of the bulls head was the symbol of spiritual strength. The Majapahit Army was composed from some of the best warriors of Southeast Asia. All came with their own styles. Filipino Kali for the Filipinos, Muay Thai and Krabi Krabong for the Thais, Pencak Silat for the Indonesians and Malaysians. We take the symbol of the Majapahit Empire as a link. The logo has been redesign to fit our concept and philosophy.

The training concepts of Kali Sikaran are unique to the system. They are based on Panantukan (Filipino Boxing), Sikaran (Filipino Kick Boxing), Stickfighting, Daga (Knife Fighting Training), Kadena De Mano (Close Quarters Range), Silat Kuntaw (Filipino Pencak Silat) and Dumog (Grappling). These concepts are woven together into a complete and effective fighting system. The Kali Sikaran practitioner is trained to be able to adapt to any given situation.