Thread: Sanshou Clips
11/17/2005 9:54am, #11
11/17/2005 10:07am, #12Originally Posted by ojgsxr6
11/17/2005 10:23am, #13
A while ago, someone posted about San Shou guys fighting Kyokushinkai to prove their stlye, in some sort of exhibition match. Supposedly the San Shou guys worked over the Kyokushin guys. Everyone posted that's because Kyokushin doesn't puch to the face, and Roniin said he was glad that the Kyokushinkai lost so that hopefully they would start to step up there game, and evolve as a Martial art etc.
Anyway I told my Enshin instructor about the exhibtion he didin't believe me and said he wanted to see video.
11/17/2005 10:25am, #14Originally Posted by ojgsxr6
Are you sure this was in Sweden?
(EDIT: Confusion between Sweden and Switzerland is quite common)
11/17/2005 10:28am, #15
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11/17/2005 10:52am, #16
Cool championship film! What are the knee and elbow rules for san shou? I know there is some debate with Muay Thai differences but I can't remember the specifics. Also how long are they allowed to attempt a throw?
11/18/2005 2:50am, #17
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San shou is cool! Never knew that. :)
If TKD were to adapt sparring rules of San Shou, then it might have a legit chance of being considered effective. :)
11/18/2005 2:52am, #18
There are several different set of rules. There is a professional league in China that allows knees at least. In the Swedish rules there are no knees, no elbows. I think the clinch is broken if two seconds goes by without any real attempts to throw.
11/18/2005 5:13am, #19Originally Posted by Astrosmurf
11/18/2005 7:33am, #20
Originally Posted by Cullion
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Most places say 5 seconds, the BCCMA (sanctioned body in the UK who suck, wushu dancers most of them) tend to strictly stick to 5s but most places will stretch the time if things are happening in the clinch and there is still the chance of a throw.
San Shou rules.
I'm going to start fighting again next year I think if I can loose 7kg and my niggling injuries.