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Close Quarters Combat (CQC) is a generic term for hand-to-hand fighting that is sometimes used to refer to combat systems taught to military personnel.
In the Dead or Alive games it is left unspecified exactly which system of "close quarters combat" is being referred to.
CQC practitioners in Dead or Alive
|Dead or Alive 4|
|Dead or Alive 5 Ultimate|
- The term "close quarters combat" may also be used to describe a tactical concept in warfare rather than a system of hand-to-hand fighting.
- Although Leon's fighting style has been nominally changed from Sambo to close quarters combat since Dead or Alive 5 Ultimate, he retains the same moves as before and his style bears little resemblance to that of the only other close quarters combat user, SPARTAN-458.
Notes and references
|Grappling||Close quarters combat • Combat Sambo • Counter Fiend Combat • Lucha libre • Professional wrestling|
|Striking||Baji quan • Ii Style Leg Strikes • Karate • Mizong yi • Muay Thai • Ninjutsu • Pencak Silat • Pigua quan • Taekwondo|
|Internal||Daitō-ryū Aiki-jūjutsu • She quan • Taiji quan • Xingyi quan • Xinyi liuhe quan • Zui quan|
|Full contact / Combat sports||Mixed martial arts|
|Self-defense / Combatives||Aikido •Systema • Tengu-do|
|Eclectic / Hybrids||Anti-K’ Arts • Honoka Fu • Jeet Kune Do • Street Fighting|