East Timorese Long Knife is similar to Indonesian Taji and is also tied on the left shank.
East Timor is a sovereign country. West Timor is part of Indonesia.
Thus, East Timorese Long Knife is similar to Indonesian Taji particularly the Balinese Taji, except East Timorese Long Knife have shorter handle than Balinese Taji.
Indonesian Taji or Indonesian Long Knife is a cockfighting weapon tied on the left shank.
Top: In Malaysia, Indonesian Taji is called Malaysian Sulat. Sulat is derived from writing pen.
Bottom: Balinese Taji is the precise term as its origin is from Bali, Indonesia.
Malaysian Long Knife is a cockfighting weapon tied on the left shank. The knife with ring base is locally called Malaysian Cincin. The adjustable socket base long knife is a variation of the cincin design. Another variation is the adjustable half-socket base long knife. The last two are more popular than the cincin design in the Philippines .
American Socket Long Knife is a steel cockfighting weapon tied on left shank. Typically between 2.5 inches and 3 inches in length. Longer is not favored but can be used if desired.
Mexican Short Knife is an inch long steel cockfighting weapon tied on the left shank using a boot.
Taped Spurs as the cockfighting weapons. Many countries practiced cockfighting with taped spurs. Popular in India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Afghanistan, Indonesia, Thailand, Philippines, and Belgium.
Taped Spurs are done differently in world wide.
In a certain country or vicinity, the cloth need to be wrapped around 7 times covering the natural pointed spurs.
In some countries, the spurs has to be cut then taped.
Nowadays, some countries are using sparring gloves or sparring muffs instead of cloth wrappings.