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    Originally posted by Guy Mendiola
    I don't think that any Chinese Martial Arts teaches grappling or groundfighting if you think about it.

    That's because eventhough many martial arts can trace their history back for hundreds and in some cases thousands of years in China, the Chinese have always stopped a fight if one or more of the fighters lost their footing and fell to the ground. The fighters then square off and beging punching and kicking until somebody accidently falls down...then they repeat the sequence.



    How abouut stop thinking about it and Google Chin na?

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    Originally posted by Guy Mendiola
    I don't think that any Chinese Martial Arts teaches grappling or groundfighting if you think about it.
    *cough*

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    the ironic thing is.. yall keep saying things like
    "but all the wrestling part are all shuai jiao"
    "Errh, Shuai Chiao (aka Chinese wrestling) is way older than Shaolin kungfu etc..."

    but shual jiao.. is simply the chinese pronounciation of wrestling

    it still practiced in the many highlands of china, tibet, mongolian areas etc.. tradition, and as sport

    "Chinese have always stopped a fight if one or more of the fighters lost their footing and fell to the ground. The fighters then square off and beging punching and kicking until somebody accidently falls down...then they repeat the sequence."

    ur not chinese, how would u knwo that? all the times i;ve fought i sure as hell didn't stop there, now if u meant in sparinng, falling the ground proves who is superior, and usually fight ends (think stag beetles), but if the person wants to keep fighting, the next pt is to death of disability.

    stopping is simply to show respect for a fellow fighter, if they don't want it? meh, off with their neck

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    less talk, more funny. thank you :)

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    Originally posted by LOVED2BLOVED


    so what is(and whats going to happen) here then?
    Isn't it obvious? the chi from the people on the ground is so powerful they are levitating that guy.

    The power of chi x2!

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    Satan has empowered me to cut your hedges! MUUUUHOOOOOOHAAAAAAAAAA!

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    lol
    respect the Chi x 2!!! :D

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    I know I posted these toward the end of 4 but I thought they needed repeating.

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    What I find hilarious is that when someone says "CHINESE DONT HAVE GROUNDFIGHTING!!!11!!1!" I post a link to that book, which is an actual system of, OH MY GOD, Chinese Kung Fu, which is, OH MY GOD, nothing but ground fighting, yet you people totally ignore it like it doesn't exist. It just shows that some of you people are so imbedded with your "All CMA sucks cause it doesn't have ground fighting" that when faced with proof of your blind arrogance, you ignore it.

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