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    can you hit to the face?

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    Quote Originally Posted by HwangJangLee
    can you hit to the face?
    Yes, I can.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HwangJangLee
    can you hit to the face?
    It doesn't specify in the rules. And there's no sparring/competition videos as of now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cdnronin
    C'mon, it's confession time. Earth is not the first planet you've visited, is it?
    People: Believe it or not, that's not the dumbest thing he has said in his 4 posts here. Check out his other three. There's at least one dumber.

    Edit: Martialfiend, not Cdnronin.

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    Damn i shouldnt have posted that **** before.....

    Anyway, i heard some stuff on MAP that some TKD schools use bobbing and weaving and hooks and other boxing methods into thier training.

    Is this an association thing or just certain schools?

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    www.aimaa.com

    Hee Il Cho was a boxer before he learned TKD. They've mixed in concepts from Judo, boxing, and BJJ while retaining a traditional TKD base. His people have fought in knockdown Kyokushin tournaments and placed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Garbanzo Bean
    People: Believe it or not, that's not the dumbest thing he has said in his 4 posts here. Check out his other three. There's at least one dumber.

    Edit: Martialfiend, not Cdnronin.
    Good thing you qualified that comment, or I would have had to send Iranian ninjerettes to hunt you down. But I'm not sure how well they would blend in your neighbourhood. Maybe you could move to a desert for their benefit? They're much deadly in their home environment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AAAhmed46
    Damn i shouldnt have posted that **** before.....

    Anyway, i heard some stuff on MAP that some TKD schools use bobbing and weaving and hooks and other boxing methods into thier training.

    Is this an association thing or just certain schools?
    In my Tae Kwon Do dojang we practice alot of boxing combos. Were Chung Do Kwan though. Way different from olympic style. I sparred with an olympic style fighter and his kicks weren't too powerful. He got confused when I threw a few punches at him. At my dojang we kick for speed but we rotate the hip for power unlike the olympic style.. no tapping. But yeah that one guy is right.. Pro TKD is going in a good direction to clean up the garbage that the olympic style offers.

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    Hopefully im wrong; hopefully the Tae kwon do YOU guys practice will get big and popular.

    I doubt it, but i hope im wrong.
    Last edited by AAAhmed46; 1/16/2006 7:28pm at .

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    Quote Originally Posted by MistaKickz
    In my Tae Kwon Do dojang we practice alot of boxing combos. Were Chung Do Kwan though. Way different from olympic style. I sparred with an olympic style fighter and his kicks weren't too powerful. He got confused when I threw a few punches at him. At my dojang we kick for speed but we rotate the hip for power unlike the olympic style.. no tapping. But yeah that one guy is right.. Pro TKD is going in a good direction to clean up the garbage that the olympic style offers.
    I thought Chung Do Kwan tournaments were non-contact though?

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