Jiu Jitsu is an art of martial arts, a name given to a variety of Japanese martial arts styles including unarmed or armed fighting. The jujitsu developed between the samurai in feudal Japan as a method of self-defense without a weapon because of the ineffectual beating of the armored opponent. The most effective method of defeating the enemy was the operation of my joints and throwing. These techniques were developed around the principle of using the attacker’s energy against him instead of opposing him. Jiu Jitsu is practiced today as it was hundreds of years ago, and there are also modified forms of exercise. A mathematical model for the Olympic Games, judo, which was developed from a number of traditional styles by Kano Jigoro in the late 19th century, was also derived. The Jetsu was developed by Mitsu Maeda, a Japanese Ju-Jitsu fighter who has won more than 2,000 matches and is considered one of the most powerful people in history. This began in 1914 in Brazil and his goal was to spread the Jiu Jitsu around the world. MMA sports around the world.