8/03/2006 2:37pm, #1
_ing _un crappling, _ing _un ass whuppin' (video)
It started BAD. Very bad. The song only makes it that much more entertaining. _ing _un crappling at it's very finest.
One of the comments on the page contained a link, however, so I followed it. I was pleasantly surprised to find a clip of teenager bashing the hell out of each other, and felt it my responsibility to propagate the video.
Although I think the sparring isn't too good, I applaud any _ing _un school that has the kids go at it like that. It's all about the kids.:new_puppy
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8/03/2006 3:21pm, #2
A comment posted from the second clip.BTW that was awesome.Looked more intense than alot of what people do here.Myself included.Here is the comment.
look wing chun is not sapposed to put on gloves and head gear to sort out what works and what dont that changes things so now your tkd ridge hand can be put in too. the idea is to know how to strike a human body with bare hand and real consiquince when you use protection you comprimise the effectavness of your art so all you keyboard masters go out and seek credible master and for god sake quit callin your mma wing chun
How are you ever supposed to use what you learn if you're unable to train in a way where anything goes? You can learn how to strike the human body with bare hands and real consequence, putting on pads doesn't take away from that. It just makes sure you don't seriously injury your sparring pal.
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8/03/2006 3:35pm, #3
First vid... was that WWE? I swear, that's like a move set from a playstation game.
Second vid... slappy slappy slappy elbow. Nice effort.
All that slapping, and no fish at the end of it? Maybe that's why sea lions rofl at it...?
8/03/2006 4:17pm, #4
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- Nov 2005
1) Old vid with a funny new twist
2) Probably the best Wing Chun I've ever seen. Those kids were going at it like psychos.
The way knees were thrown, was not Wing Chun though. But beyond that, it's not right to sit here playing armchair critic on what they did and didn't do. I thought it was pretty good, and like mentioned above, every Wing Chun school should do it.
At least, they should do it periodically, to prevent people from having misconceptions about what they can and cannot do. I can't see most schools making it a regular thing though.
8/03/2006 6:42pm, #5
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- Jan 2004
On the second vid:
Elbows to the back of the head?? Ouch.
No real position, or submissions. Their was a couple times an arm bar was right their all they had to do was grab on and throw a leg over. Only position they used was mount.
Some good stuff their, but I would like to see a MT or BJJ person go in their and give it a go with them.
8/03/2006 8:00pm, #6Originally Posted by airman kai
8/03/2006 8:12pm, #7
cool ****. Props to those kids.
-the lack of trapping?
-how the muay thai neck tie-up TOTALLY DESTROYS the WT structure and any attempt at trapping?
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8/03/2006 9:32pm, #8Originally Posted by hapkido_keith
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8/04/2006 1:08am, #9
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- austin, tx
I would definately watch any movie the first guy did fight coreography for.
8/04/2006 4:05am, #10
Old, but thanks for the reminder.