Posted On:12/30/2005 1:19pm
Style: MMA, functional JKD
That is the longer and better version of the article I read in Black Belt Magazine (same issue also had an article about pressure point fighting - heheh). I'm dying to get the DVD.
I actually really like his breakdown on ritual(sport) fighting versus warfare and combat. Search dogbrothers.com for more I'd say.
"You know what I like about you, William? You like guns AND meditation."
Posted On:12/31/2005 1:08am
Awesome read. I too have hoped to see FMA reach the octagon so the fanboys would shutup about how MMA is better than all.
Is there an expected release date for this DVD? I'm interested in checking it out.
After reading this post I think I'll hit up my Guro for some Dumog private lessons.
Looks like there is a link on the Dog Brothers, inc. website to get a short glimpse at Kali Tudo.
Last edited by rabidpanda; 12/31/2005 1:14am at .
Posted On:1/08/2006 11:34pm
I just ordered this DVD and will be having my teacher check it out. Might take advantage of some of the points in the videos to bring up in class. I'll give my opinion after purusing the material. :icon_thum
Posted On:3/01/2006 9:36am
Style: Kali/Jun Fan/CSW
This is thread CPR, not necromancy, I swear! Anyway, did anyone actually buy the Kali Tudo DVD? And if so, could that someone offer a review?
Posted On:3/01/2006 9:03pm
I have actually. I unfortunately haven't had enough exposure to give a good review as of yet. But it seems like it has a lot of good concepts in it.
Posted On:2/05/2009 6:28pm
Nice article. I also am fond of the Dog Brothers stuff and have trained with a few of their guys over the years.
Thing is that fighting for status is hierarchical and women usually don't do it... so to use that terminology while its own hermeneutic, is fundamentally correct.
Finally a lot of us types who would prefer not to engage on that level practice ways of doing things to avoid the weapons of the "young strong male status seeker" haha seriously doing things in such a way to avoid gettin countered or grabbed and the triangle works in that respect not the least of wich because it is stable and you can move/use footwork
Posted On:2/05/2009 7:18pm
The last post before yours is from almost 3 years ago.
it's all vanity
Posted On:2/05/2009 8:00pm
I swear I necro'd this. It was in MABS, the first part of my post was actually to the mods saying this was the only thread primarily dealing with the DVDs when I searched.
But that post appears to have been deleted, so, any thoughts from anyone about this product?
Posted On:2/06/2009 9:50am
Style: Pekiti, ARMA, other stuff
In sparring i've pulled off most of what's in the DVD set.
The focus of the main set is to use unmatched lead to set up a very deceptive standup. He wants to create angles for counter-attacks and takedowns that will frustrate your opponents ability to tee off. Crafty has just been looking for a fighter who could implement these strategies.
Crafty was not at the time, familiar with Lyoto Machida- who is independently validating most of the material from the first DVD>
Posted On:2/06/2009 9:52am
Also, Crafty at one point suggested that it was Filipino boxers with knowledge of FMA that turned boxing into its modern form.
This is BS, right?
Articles and Reviews
Tools and Info