I’m not sure I understand. Do you mean a reference guide for choreographing your own fight scenes? Nope, sadly not. You can Google and maybe gather some information but there isn’t really a particular resource.
I’d recommend watching amateur fight scenes on You Tube. Stuff by The Stunt People, Vlad Rimburg and The Young Masters. Watch how they frame their fights, their edits, their movements. You’ll learn a lot, trust me.
Also, take a look at this video. It’s dated as hell but it’s an absolute legend (Lau Kar Leung) talking about angles and how on screen action differs from actual action.
Sorry I can’t help you any more than this. I wish I could as I have a huge interest in choreography myself.
The best thing to do is to get a bunch of friends together and experiment. Try and make, say, a thirty second throwdown. The remake it and remake it until it has the aesthetic you want it to have. Make sure any kinks are ironed out. It’ll be a tough slog but it’ll be worth it and will certainly help when you want to make something longer.
Hey, if you do make something, come off anon and send it to me. I’d love to watch any amateur fight scene and, if you care for my input, I’m always available.