The Brancaille is a Provenšal traditional wrestling practiced once in the south of France. Equated with Loucho Libro, that looked like Catch the Brancaille differed in by applying blows,
it is only when both fighters would agree on the implementation of the blows that became Libro Lucho Lou Brancaille.
Brancaille, brancai or Brancace is the Provencal name of a very popular saint in southern France, Saint-Pancras. Nephew of St. Denis, martyred under Diocletian in 304, at the age of 14,
Saint Pancras (whose name, from the Greek, meaning "the most powerful") was buried in the cemetery of CalÚpode in Rome. It is traditionally portrayed with youthful features.