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    ninjutsu demo

    http://video.google.com/videoplay?do...759&q=taijutsu

    http://video.google.com/videoplay?do...616&q=ninjutsu

    Do you more experienced fighters think this stuff would work in a real fight or not?

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    Did you just ask if Ninjitsu and Taijutsu would work in a fight?

    This is a joke right?

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    Against untrained fighters in a spontaenous situation....sure if trained well enough. You also have to understand the way supposed "ninjas" trained, pretty intense discipline. Most of those are very common martial art techniques.

    In the cage...probably not as well. Mostly because two people start on opposite corners and keep their distance, kicking/punnching range and shooting range. Very different from when someone throws a sucker punch and you might happen to counter it. Trained fighters will react much more different than those guys.

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    Vid 1 wasn't bad as far as demos go... either the camera was speeded up or they were doing that at a more realistic pace. Of course, it was probably all scripted and not spontaneous, but the actual techniques looked sensible, for the most part, except the gun thing. That was lame.

    Vid 2 was decidedly less good, especially the sword part. That was just atrocious.

    As far as taijutsu (NOT ninjutsu) working in an actual fight... it depends on the fighter and how they were trained, not the art.
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    No.

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    No, really I mean it; no.

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    They'd probably get murdered unless their opponent didn't know jack. I mean, everquest nerd that hasn't been outside in weeks here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Robot Santa
    Vid 1 wasn't bad as far as demos go... either the camera was speeded up or they were doing that at a more realistic pace. Of course, it was probably all scripted and not spontaneous, but the actual techniques looked sensible, for the most part, except the gun thing. That was lame.

    Vid 2 was decidedly less good, especially the sword part. That was just atrocious.

    As far as taijutsu (NOT ninjutsu) working in an actual fight... it depends on the fighter and how they were trained, not the art.
    yeah Iv done some kendo in the past, and his sword work was horible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigNinjaPimp
    http://video.google.com/videoplay?do...759&q=taijutsu

    http://video.google.com/videoplay?do...616&q=ninjutsu

    Do you more experienced fighters think this stuff would work in a real fight or not?
    None of the opponents were resisting so I'd say no it wouldn't.

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    pathetic that this is even in question.

    in case you haven't figured it out the answer is NO.

    This **** plain wont work.

    well, maybe if you're fighting a mentally retarded midget.....

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    The First Vid wasn't half bad. The rolling to evade the sword was solid. The Locks were a bit iffy, espcially that Goja Dori. But I seen way worse. The Ninpo Version of the Rear Naked Choke was done very well.

    The second video wasn't Ninjutsu. That was Aikido (not even Jujutsu, note the pretty pretty circles).

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