Although no definite date of the history of Kung Fu is known, most authorities agree that a Chinese warlord by the name of “Chi Yu ” developed a wrestling art called “Go- Ti”, translated it means “Horn Gore”. It consisted of two contestants each wearing ox horns that fought each other on a huge mat using crude wrestling techniques whilst using the ox horns to try to gore each other. Usually these matches were fought to the death. Later the horns were discarded and hand to hand wrestling was popularized. This art is still practiced today in Japan and its modern form is known as Sumo. Through thousands of years of improvement and refinements this art, which was only one of many, gradually developed into the skills of Kung Fu that we have come to know today.