tug of war Origin
The origins of the fire war is uncertain, but the sport was practiced in ancient Egypt, Greece and China, where he was held in legend as the Sun and the Moon have played tug of war on light and dark.
According to a book from the Tang Dynasty, said Feng, tug of war, as the “draw hook” (牽 鉤), was used by the military commander of the state of Chu during the Spring and Autumn (eighth century BC Until the fifth century BC) to train the warriors. During the Tang Dynasty, Emperor Xuanzong of Tang tug war games promoted on a large scale, the use of chains of up to 167 meters (548 feet) with attached shorter chains and more than 500 people each end of the rope. Each team has its own team of drums to encourage participants. 
In ancient Greece, the sport is called helkustinda (Greek: ἑλκυστίνδα) efelkustinda (ἐφελκυστίνδα) and dielkustinda (διελκυστίνδα),  which is derived from dielkō (διέλκω), which means, among other “I pull through,”  all of the verb Helko (ἕλκω), “what drawing, drawing.” Helkustinda efelkustinda and seem to be ordinary versions of the war of fire, while Dielkustinda had no rope, according to Julius Pollux.  It is possible that the teams are tightened when pulling, which would have a greater difficulty because the handles are more difficult to support than the handle of a rope. Shooter war games in ancient Greece were some of the most popular games used for strength and help to improve battle resistance with full armor. 
Archaeological evidence shows that war of fire was also very popular in India in the 12th century:
There is no specific time and place of the story to define the origin of the strip and game looseness. The tug-of-rope contest comes with ancient ceremonies and rituals. The proof is in countries like Egypt, India, Myanmar, New Guinea … The origin of the game in India has strong archaeological roots dating back at least to the 12th century in the area that is now Orissa on the east coast. The famous Konark sun temple has a stone relief on the west side of the structure which clearly shows the ongoing tug-of-war game.
Women in a coup at the annual Pushkar Fair in Rajasthan, India
Tug of war stories about the heroic champions of Scandinavia and Germany circulated Western Europe, where Viking warriors take on animal skins in open fire pits in tests of strength and stamina in preparation for fighting and looting. [When?]
1500 and 1600 – the shooting war became popular in tournaments in French castles and later in Britain
1800 – Shooting war begins a new tradition among sea men who were forced to shoot the lines to adjust the sails while the ships were on and even battle. 
The Mohave people occasionally use war shooter as a means to resolve conflicts. [When?] 
War in the shooting contest Olympics of 1904
There are gun clubs in many countries, men and women participate.
The sport was part of the Olympic Games of 1900 in 1920, but has not been included since. The sport is part of the World Games. The International Federation of tug of war (TWIF) holds annual world championship for national teams, both internal and external competition, and a similar competition for club teams.
In England, sport was officially ruled by the AAA until 1984, but is now supported by the Towing Association (formed in 1958), and the pull of the War Federation of Great Britain (formed in 1984). In Scotland, the Scottish Association of Shots War was formed in 1980. The sport is also in mountain games.
Between 1976 and 1988, the tug-of-war has been a regular occurrence on the television series Battle of the Stars network. Teams of celebrities representing each major network participated in various sporting events that led to the final event, the tug of war. The performance of the epic Louugig and Lou Ferrigno loosens in the May 1979 Institutes considered the greatest achievement in the history of the “battle.”