Thread: Hung Sparring Videos.
11/24/2011 12:41am, #41
OK thread definitely needs some Gordon Liu as Wong Fei Hung
"Whatever your enemy does, you have to watch"
11/24/2011 12:44am, #42
Yet, I did gear up and bang. So, it is always good to know we got something right.
11/24/2011 12:46am, #43
11/24/2011 12:58am, #44
11/24/2011 1:04am, #45
11/24/2011 1:54am, #46
Your post implies ignorance.
I asked you a straightforward question.
No, I am not unfamiliar with the fave major animals of Hung Kuen.
With this in mind, i do not believe you are in a position to discern the "Hung-ness" of any school; much less one that actually fights.
11/24/2011 2:45am, #47
I guess that is your right, Most of us who train traditional accept the lineage handed down by our Sifu's. If I cannot believe the masters before me I am only training to fight and not a traditional Martial Artist.
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11/24/2011 2:52am, #48
Yes, and he knows about the mantus!
11/24/2011 9:39am, #49
- Join Date
- Aug 2006
- Cushing OK
- Hung Gar / Choy Li Fut
"The Tiger and Crane are the two most used animals in the system still today, but No, I take nothing away from the other 3. (4 if we count the mantus latter added to the system.)"
Tiger and Crane two, other three (Leopard, Snake, Dragon) being majors and the bong bou form being the mantis as some I have trained with count it as a major contribution to the system.
Didn't realize it was so complicated?
11/24/2011 10:03am, #50
Huh, i'll admit i missed that Crane reference.
That said, the form you refer to is also called "Monkey Mantis" so are we now at 7?
I've never heard of that form being referred to as a "major contribution" either.
In fact we called all of those shorter forms, Sam Ying etc. "baby sets".
Just in scale, GGFFK is atround 4-5 times as long, as are the rest of the pillar sets.
So is it with the other actual major contributions to the BSK lineage, ie Sup Ji Kau Dah etc.