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    Flying Kick saves lives!!

    • Apparently, a psycho started stabbing students with a long knife, he already killed two security guards (unarmed), and fights and severely wounds the third when a bystander jumps with a flying TKD/Karate kick and helps subdue the psycho. What balls, by the guards and by the Karate Kid.
      He also trips the fucktard, what style is that? Can someone guess?
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    Flying kicks rock for exactly that reason.
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    True that, when you want to slam someone but too afraid to grapple with him. It worked nice!
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    Man, that was cool.
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    Note to self: Resurrect fu kicks from the nineties.
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    8/20/2012 9:18am


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    Can someone guess the stile? I think there was a definite MA background to the kicker, you can see how he grounds and pounds. It's in china..if that helps.
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    Quote Originally Posted by erezb View Post
    True that, when you want to slam someone but too afraid to grapple with him. It worked nice!
    Well there is this big street argument that has everybody fighting in close range as if all fights happen in a toilet cubicle.

    This is not allways the case. Out on a road there is more room than you will ever need and the tactics change.

    Suddenly the ability to run,hit and run off again becomes viable and running super ninja flying kicks are high percentage.
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    8/21/2012 7:31am


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    That's actually true! especially when you spar in class and the space is limited by other couples, you learn to fight in tight spots, always minding your surroundings. When usually you will fight beside your car, or outside a club. Anyway this guy had massive balls going against that murderer **** with his huge knife..I don't know what MA he used whether Kung Fu or TKD, it definitely worked!! You are a Doorman right? you remember watching a traditional MA in a fight? or maybe you fought one yourself?
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    Balls of steel

    at 0.16 when the psycho stabs the fallen guard...traumatic, but the guy gets right back up
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    Quote Originally Posted by erezb View Post
    That's actually true! especially when you spar in class and the space is limited by other couples, you learn to fight in tight spots, always minding your surroundings. When usually you will fight beside your car, or outside a club. Anyway this guy had massive balls going against that murderer **** with his huge knife..I don't know what MA he used whether Kung Fu or TKD, it definitely worked!! You are a Doorman right? you remember watching a traditional MA in a fight? or maybe you fought one yourself?
    Mostly boxers and kickboxers where I come from. Seen some nice ones though.

    I did have one of our guys (Muay thai) fight a kung fu dude. Teeped him on his arse about 8 times before he gave up.

    But we had a lot of kiddie gangs where I worked and they would be 30 man punch ups. And you see a lot of flying kicks and punches. Mostly because everybody is running around all over the place.



    These sort of numbers.



    and this one from out of the pubs. http://www.fordforums.com/f126/irish...t-night-48559/
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