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    That's a pretty awesome way to pass guard at the end. Oh, these legs here are hindering me. I'll just grab one of them and move it out of the way.

    The main thing this shows is that a competent TKD guy still loses to a mediocre crappler.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Larus marinus View Post
    Story here:
    http://www.bullshido.net/forums/showthread.php?t=90135

    Summary:
    Kung Fu guy (KFG) was coaching his fighter at MMA event.
    Other guy (OG) commented that KFG was doing it wrong (telling his guy to choke while mounted).
    KFG feels disrespected, gets angry and demands gong sau.
    KFG rocks up at OG's gym with students in tow a few days later and demands bare knuckle, no rules.
    OG gives KFG bare knuckle, no rules.
    Video is filmed and posted online.



    Have you seen those Hatankai Aikido videos btw? I don't really want to post more stuff that people already know about and are sick of seeing...
    I think I just youtubed them... is this one of them?

    Spoiler:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ignorami View Post
    I did a bit of sparring on saturday, and concentrated so hard on not dropping my hands that I essentially had to paralyse myself.

    I did the whole "look casual" routine, but my left thigh looks like someone took a hammer to it.
    1. IF you truly took a good kick on your leg, you can't look casual about it

    2. Best way to fix that dropping hand habit is to make sure your opponent punches you good. maybe not enough to drop you but he might have to hit you harder if you keep making that mistake.
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    As someone who has spent a lot of time training in an art related to aikido, and has spent some time training in tae kwon do, but now has a some sort of proficiency in standup, I have to say I' was sorely disappointed in that video. Both guys sucked at taekwondo and aikido.

    Furthermore, I'm not convinced that was live resistance. Especially one the ground.
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    Nice video OP, thank you very much!

    A Shotokan Nidan who is now training Aikido is teaching some basic striking exercises so as to train better. I hope one one day i'll have a chance to spar with someone from another style, even though i'm not confident in my skills at all...

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    If you compare the TKD guys war cry at 1:14 and again at 2:06 its is clear what has happened
    Aikido guy has drained the budo from TKD guy and has thus weakened him
    Inscrutable Aikido!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dwkfym View Post
    2. Best way to fix that dropping hand habit is to make sure your opponent punches you good. maybe not enough to drop you but he might have to hit you harder if you keep making that mistake.
    My kickboxing coach always yelled at ME when my sparring partners dropped their hands.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Larus marinus View Post
    I think this was it (seems it was MMA, rather than straight MT)...

    Great way to fight hands down face presented,
    also great tension breaker the mobile phone tune near the end

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boneless View Post
    Great way to fight hands down face presented,
    also great tension breaker the mobile phone tune near the end
    Is that a real KF stance - anyone?
    Or was the guy just demonstrating contempt for his opponent?

    Would've been great to have been a fly on the wall beforehand, when the Kung Fu man was telling his students about how he was gonna go over there and whoop ass on this guy for disrespecting his Kung Fu, or dishonouring him on a personal level, or whatever...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Larus marinus View Post
    Is that a real KF stance - anyone?
    Well, his legs were moving like a kung fu guy, but I've never seen a style that advocated keeping the hands on the pockets like that. Kung fu people I've sparred either fight with one hand high and the other lower, or with both hands up.

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