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  1. The Juggernoob is offline

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    Is this guy's technique bullshine?



    He has a whole bunch of vids showing technique that he claims is lerdrit. Can anyone confirm this?
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    What he is saying sounds ok, but when he demonstrates, it's not that impressive. I know MT peeps prefer not to lean back with round kicks and prefer to keep their body leaned in and C shaped but he seems to be leaning to the side really oddly with his head right out there to get hit. Also I don't buy his hopping through the air into what he calls the "down" kick, never seen anyone actually show it as a hop and seems a bit basic. Also, I think his angle at the end is kind of wrong for a leg kick (i.e. not quite kicking through the leg diagonally, but actually straight forwards, kind of swinging past the leg, which isn't optimal for the power generation). All in all, I think he'd be fine to train with but not necessarily a master. he gets some ok power going at the end. What do others think?
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    Should you be questioning a striker when your just a grappler
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shams1988 View Post
    Should you be questioning a striker when your just a grappler
    Absolutely not!

    He should except everything he sees on you tube as the absolute gospel!!!

    Cause if it's on you tube it must be pro!

    Der!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shams1988 View Post
    Should you be questioning a striker when your just a grappler
    Grappling is what im doing now, I believe technically, im more of a striker than you are. Ever heard of full contact? No, thought not. Get the **** off my thread you jizzrag.
    Last edited by The Juggernoob; 9/25/2011 12:13pm at .
  6. The Juggernoob is offline

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Juggernoob View Post
    No you're right, over 5 years of kickboxing/MT have left me unprepared to judge. Get the **** off my thread you douche.
    And what do you mean by "just a grappler"?

    This thread is full of fail. I need actual answers as to whether the stuff he's teaching is "Boran/ Lerdrit".
    Last edited by The Juggernoob; 9/25/2011 12:14pm at .
  7. Lu Tze is offline

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    I won't speak to the validity of his technique, but this dichotomy between "ring style" Muay Thai and "old" style is a bit disingenuous... Muay Thai has been a ring sport for hundreds of years.
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    I'll check into it if its "Boran/ Lerdrit" once I hit thailand :P
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shams1988 View Post
    Should you be questioning a striker when your just a grappler
    Yes, if you are unsure about something you should ask a question regardless of what you train.
    Quote Originally Posted by Lu Tze View Post
    I won't speak to the validity of his technique, but this dichotomy between "ring style" Muay Thai and "old" style is a bit disingenuous... Muay Thai has been a ring sport for hundreds of years.
    Sounds like one of those guys that comes here and argues about Muay Thai, Muay Boran, and all the little rare absorbed styles that existed in the past.
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     Style: Muay Thai n00b

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    Been exposed to some Muay Chaiya/Boran here, but I'm hardly the best source of knowledge for this....but!

    Here's what I think: He's full of ****. From what I can tell muay boran appears to have the same strikes as muay thai plus a few extras like the "double elbow" with deeper stances (horse-stance-y) and a lot of "I am now running on and up your body to do an elbow" with some fancy hand movements in between actually doing something.

    That plus the kids and teacher clearly trained in it as an exercise in respecting roots and tradition and had no real value for it in the ring (duh) and never took it "full force" or anything like this guy is trying to pass off.

    However! There is something to be said with his "Military Muay Thai" talk in the beginning and relating it to a change in style, as I have heard of and seen a book for a muay thai system used within the Thai Army that is supposed to be more similar to Chaiya/Boran than the common Muay Thai. It had a distinct name, though I forget it and the pictures it had two dudes in trad garb going at it. Didn't notice anything about changes in kicks (though it was in Thai so I'd really have no clue).
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