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  1. Tenebrous is offline
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    4/12/2006 5:27pm


     Style: BJJ

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    Quote Originally Posted by jackal
    Well I won't attemp to defend it because i don't possess sufficient understanding to do so, also as i said it makes little difference to me whether it has good bullshido rep. You can judge the style by the clip if you want i can't stop you but i would suggest that it doesn't really tell you much about how good the style is, irrespective of whether it looks good or not. Also i feel it is neccessary to point out that it was almost definitely not made as an advertisement to other martial artists.
    It's not a style, first off.

    Quote Originally Posted by jackal
    I reiterate, it does not look like wing chun. If you're challenging this I'm gonna have to ask what experience you are basing such a challenge on.
    Three to three and a half years at a JKD concepts school. There are things that they do that resemble some of the wing chun/wing chun based drills that they practice.

    So what's your wing chun/JKD-related experience? Your style field says self taught Hung Gar...

    What experience are you basing your assertions on then?
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    4/12/2006 5:41pm


     Style: Sanda, BJJ

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    I was just about to say it's not a style.
    You beat me to it Tenebrous.

    What one finds at a "JKD" school in Australlia will most likely be extremely different from what I find in a JKD school in my area.
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    4/12/2006 9:46pm


     Style: I/L, Sayoc, Atienza FMA

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    Quote Originally Posted by GoldenJonas
    Holy ****!!!!! that was really fucking cool... looked like some Matrix ****, did he actually do that!?!?!?!?

    .... and how he does that spinning stuff on his hands without snapping a wrist or an elbow is amazing to me...

    Very cool stuff indeed!:wav:
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     Style: Being a total psychopath

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    I gave it a 5 for being the best wing chung video ever.
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    4/14/2006 3:22am


     Style: BJJ

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    Quote Originally Posted by TehDeadlyDimMak
    I was just about to say it's not a style.
    You beat me to it Tenebrous.

    What one finds at a "JKD" school in Australlia will most likely be extremely different from what I find in a JKD school in my area.
    I'm incredibly guilty of perpetuating the idea that it is a style among people who don't know better. I figure I ought to toe the line on that one now.
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    Posted On:
    4/17/2006 10:52pm

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     Style: yang taichi

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    Look on the bright side there was not a single mullet in the clip thus breaking the stereotype.
    Last edited by mrblackmagic; 4/17/2006 11:46pm at .
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