Buza - is a Russian northwestern martial tradition established in clan retinues of Slovens and Krivichs of Novgorod Land. Until the second half of the XX century it existed in village artels (a Russian term meaning “associations of people engaged in the same activity”) of fist cuff fighters. It includes martial dancing, methods of armed and unarmed combat.
The most akin traditions are: Spas – the system of fighting of Cossacks from Zaporozhye and the clan system of prince Boris Vasilyevich Golitsyn.
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