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Posted On:9/29/2004 6:57am
Style: Judo, Jujitsu
I don't think it's a fake. Now, I don't get the impression that the MT guy was a great fighter EITHER, so perhaps it was a bit mismatched, but not fake.
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Posted On:9/29/2004 7:34am
I also doubt it was staged. There are plenty of shitty MT guys about.
Is he the worlds first TKD tomato can ?
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Posted On:9/29/2004 8:16am
Style: Shorei-ryu & Kumdo & TKD
Originally posted by samurai_steve
There are combative forms of TKD in existence. Although sport forms are the most popular, combat forms such as those learned in the S. Korean military are very potent forms as well.
They learn old Oh do kwan in the S. Korean military. It is basicly Shotokan karate. However the majority is based in WTF style of TKD because hey WTF is government approved. Their "combat" TKD is about as effective learning outback survival tips from a cubscout.
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Posted On:9/29/2004 8:18am
Originally posted by Stold3
"In defense of the MT guy, he took a lot of shots to the head there and didn't seem to phased, which tells me that the TKD guy must not have been generating a lot of power in his head kicks."
Just gives me another reason to call bullshit on the video. How many times have you seen someone really get nailed in the head with a high kick and be totally unphased?
The video is comical at best.
Ok..so far only one person caught the tongue in cheek ironic statement. I really didn't mean my validation of the guy losing. The bottom line he sucked as a fighter.
Posted On:9/29/2004 10:37am
"the reason the kicks land is because he moves into range of the kick.... often backwards.. people often do not see going backwards as moving into range but its the truth.."
I thought I was the only person on this thread with a pair of working eyeballs.
Posted On:9/29/2004 10:48am
"I really didn't mean my validation of the guy losing. The bottom line he sucked as a fighter."
The whole thing just wreaks of crap. I know there are people here that have experience playing the TKD tag games and should recognize cooperative distancing when they see it.
Posted On:9/29/2004 11:43am
When they really suck and are really tired? You mean like first day students in the dojang or something? No one could hit anyone in my old dojo with telegraphed things of that nature because they'd plant you on your ass. Even if they are "really tired" cause it takes little effort.
Posted On:9/29/2004 11:55am
Maybe I do, it just seems far fetched that someone would keep moving into optimum range for flashy kicks just because they suck. Surely after the first couple times he would have grasped the concept of "Hold your hands up and run into him?"
I really wish the rest of the video were available.
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Posted On:9/29/2004 12:07pm
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I have to agree with Osiris on this one. I have seen some people with MA training do downright stupid things in the ring because they're tired, inexperienced, or scared. This would include backing out into kicking range.
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Posted On:9/29/2004 12:09pm
This isn't just backing out into kicking range we're discussing, this is backing out after the kick has already been thrown so that it lands on your face.
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