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    Has anyone heard of the Vietnamese martial art called "Viet Quyen Dao"?

    What is its history? What style (striking, grappling, hybrid etc) of martial arts is it?

    I cannot find any information on it at all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anarchy rising View Post
    What is its history? What style (striking, grappling, hybrid etc) of martial arts is it?
    If you are referring to Triet Quyen Dao Viet Nam, search Jeet Kune Do. This is the primary style Nam Phan trained (his base style was TKD).

    http://trietquyendaovietnam.com/home...&nChannel=News
    Last edited by slamdunc; 6/15/2012 5:26am at . Reason: Added URL

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    Quote Originally Posted by slamdunc View Post
    If you are referring to Triet Quyen Dao Viet Nam, search Jeet Kune Do. This is the primary style Nam Phan trained (his base style was TKD).

    http://trietquyendaovietnam.com/home...&nChannel=News

    Thanks for the try but I'm referring to the martial art called Viet Quyen Dao. It was apparently developed in Vietnam by grandmaster Dao Tuan Ngoc during the early seventies......this is all I know.

    Someone said its like a mix of Judo and Kickboxing but he was just guessing.

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    30 seconds on google gave me THIS and also THIS. Your mate was pretty much there with the Judo and Kickboxing thing. There is also some youtube vids kicking about.
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