Got to see Turkish Oil wrestling first hand when I was still overseas after it was constantly brought up here. I have to give it it's props. They learn to wrestle without the oil first then learn to pull of moves when the only real grip is the leather pants.
I attended a Silat class that was pretty interesting.
I haven't seen anything online quite like what they were doing.
It looked a lot like Escrima mixed with different stand-ups and escapes from a grounded position while the attacker is standing/stomping/kicking.
The escapes and stand-ups seemed like they would be a nice compliment to the ones i've learned in BJJ and wrestling, but they had more of a focus on going back to a free movement.
Good athleticism but, god damn, that's gay.
Also - Zulu stickfighting. The r3al - not the Brinnjutsu component, I mean.
Youtube has a good deal of Zulu stickfighting videos. This one's a pretty good technical one:
* forget Stav unless you're especially interested in a 1980s ninjutsu-meets-"rune stances" art with softcore Norse Pagan overtones
* (reconstructed) Destreza is quite widely practiced in the WMA community. IMO it's highly likely that 19th century Spanish military fencing had a much greater influence on modern FMA than did the aristicratic fencing of the Renaissance period
* Zulu stickfighting is the bomb but is hella hard on the legs
And here I was thinking Cornish Wrestling was just like Wrestling only smaller, and done at weddings or country clubs.