"Eskrima had to be hidden from the Spaniards -- they practiced it in their dancing, and pretended they were practicing the Spanish style of fencing to avoid being caught. For this reason, Eskrima has some strong Spanish influences."
This is a quote from Wikipedia , Sound familiar at all? a Martial Art hidden in a dance? I just wanted to point out that there is precedence for this idea as a response to oppression, much like Capoeira.
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