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    UUUM How about asia's throwdown video, for one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boyd
    I just think it would've been super neat if he held his pad properly instead of using one pad[hand], held nearly at arm's length, parallel with the body, to block a powerful roundhouse kick. But then, I guess his arm totally wouldn't have gone FLYING AWAY like that and thus demonstrated the no-doubt ruthless competency of 20 years properly trained kung-fu.
    OR, I had him do it precisely like that because I didn't want to harm him and its the safest way using a small one- handed pad.

    And it was to show the POSITION of my roundhouse. It would have jarred him anyway. But maybe not you, since nothing penetrates that thick skull of yours.

    So sue me for sharing something. I know its beneath you to share anything of yours. Say, why don't you post on the "how long in MA " thread. It would be interesting to see how many minutes your training boils down to.

    After that " My father just dies of AIDS , what do I do with the money" thread. I realize you are a troubled person, get therapy, before its too late.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BaguaMonk
    If this WC guy could actually generate power in his punches, maybe you would have been in trouble. Training in a martial art without any sort of realistic sparring and force training is useless. The fact that he hit you multiple times and couldn't do any damage goes to show the lack of skill in the fighter, not the style. Hmm. I hope one day, someone with sufficient COMPLETE training in kung fu and plenty of fighting experience will step up, and the way things are going I think eventually someone will. Bruce Lee did it in his time, now we need another.
    Yeah, Bruce Lee was a true kung fu traditionalist. :pottytrai
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    I don't understand your comment..

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    Quote Originally Posted by HAPKO3
    They're not. The fact that there are good kung fu fighters out there is indesputable.
    Then why do we get asked the same questions ?

    "Where are the kung fu fighters?" They are right in front of you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Colin
    Bruce Lee was not an excellent fighter because of Yip Man's input. As a matter of fact - Most of his training was done BY William Cheung.

    If you are talking about "other" excellent fighters - I'd like to know specifically who you mean.
    I think Cheung introduced him to the class, but Wong Shun Leung gave Bruce most of his Wing Chun training.

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    Bruce was the phenomenon that he was because of WSL's input.

    The guy was just inhumanly fast, he did trap and drop the armies' heavyweight boxing champ in seconds.
    This from a 60kilo chinese man.

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    I pray for the sake of humanity that you're a gimmick.

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    Heard of James Demile?

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