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  1. OZZ is offline
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    Quote Originally Posted by Applied Combat View Post
    Hey all, I am the Hung Gar guy mentioned above that trains under Mr. Doucet. I figured I would create and account and add my 2 cents.

    Mike Doucet trained under Lee. I am not aware the either of them post online currently, but Lee used to post on this site if I recall.

    As to the system itself, there is more reliable info on www.pakmei.net as well as the posts Lee put on this forum than I have seen anywhere else.

    Short fist is great stuff, I practice it daily. It can be hard to find Chinese martial arts that are practical all around in this day and age.
    Good to have you here. Mike tells me you have a strong sanshou background.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OZZ View Post
    Good to have you here. Mike tells me you have a strong sanshou background.
    Thanks OZZ,

    I never trained "san shou" specifically as an art, but there is a lot in Hung that maps directly over to fighting under San Shou/San Da/Lei Tai rules. It can be a great format for a striker to learn how to deal with take-downs while having to deal with blows at the same time. I also just liked getting to scrap with people that trained hard, were in shape, didn't have obvious holes in their game, and were meaner than training partners once you got in front of them.
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    Cool.

    We pretty much accept that Sanshou is a rule set on this forum not a style. I am almost certain OZZ meant that it is cool to see a kung fu guy compete.
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    Cool.

    We pretty much accept that Sanshou is a rule set on this forum not a style. I am almost certain OZZ meant that it is cool to see a kung fu guy compete.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Applied Combat View Post
    Thanks OZZ,

    I never trained "san shou" specifically as an art, but there is a lot in Hung that maps directly over to fighting under San Shou/San Da/Lei Tai rules. It can be a great format for a striker to learn how to deal with take-downs while having to deal with blows at the same time. I also just liked getting to scrap with people that trained hard, were in shape, didn't have obvious holes in their game, and were meaner than training partners once you got in front of them.
    Good stuff.
    I hear you are coming to town next week..I'm on midnights so I can't make it out, hopefully next time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Applied Combat View Post
    there is a lot in Hung that maps directly over to fighting under San Shou/San Da/Lei Tai rules. It can be a great format for a striker to learn how to deal with take-downs while having to deal with blows at the same time.
    very true. welcome to bullshido.
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    I had wanted to make a thread on Bak Mei, but didn't think it get much attention, and IiF was kind enough to make it for me. Thanks. I hope OZZ and Applied Combat continue to share with us.
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    Did we ever find some footage of good quality Hung Gar in full contact competition or hard sparring for the 'Full Contact CMA' thread ? I don't remember seeing any. I'd still like to if Ming or Applied Combat know of any on youtube.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cullion View Post
    Did we ever find some footage of good quality Hung Gar in full contact competition or hard sparring for the 'Full Contact CMA' thread ? I don't remember seeing any. I'd still like to if Ming or Applied Combat know of any on youtube.
    Check the last post in that thread Cull. I found a great set of videos out of Eastern Europe, it's all Hung Kuen.

    http://www.bullshido.net/forums/show...51#post2606251

    Alternately, watch Onassis Parungao in UFC7 (glove-less, to boot). The slow replay from 0:43 onward is a great example of Hung ga striking technique in action, leading right into the takedown and ultimately submission due to strikes.

    http://v.youku.com/v_show/id_XMjk4MzgwODQ0.html
    Last edited by W. Rabbit; 10/15/2011 1:13pm at . Reason: My favorite is the fu jow to the face at 0:53.
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    You should have stayed quiet. Yes, they are good videos no they don't belong in that thread.

    http://www.bullshido.net/forums/showthread.php?t=109803
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