Posted On:8/28/2006 8:06am
Originally Posted by MuayTaiChi
This vid was pretty sad. The funny part is the comments. When the fighting obviously sucks, theres always that person that claims "this isn't real ____" .
no ****. Exactly
Posted On:8/28/2006 10:23am
Style: currently xingyi
I think the guy in the blue suit skipped the class about circle walking bieng a training excercise not to be used in a fight.
He must have also skipped that day in physics that would teach him that it takes longer to travel a longer distance around than a short one.
Also that day in logic,
Again that day in common sense class.
This guy shouldn't have missed so many classes from the school of life.
Posted On:8/28/2006 3:32pm
What kind of tournament was that? What were the rules? Unfortunately in that video the camera angles were really bad? What Bagua style did you practice? I did cheng(dragon)style for a couple of years but that video looked nothing like it, particularly the footwork.
Posted On:8/28/2006 3:43pm
I studied Chang also. I am not real proud of it obviously. This thread is like me going "HEY GUYS LOOK AT WHAT A SUCKER I WAS!"
The camera work did suck ass. But the video quality doesn't change the fact that those two are up there doing soft core weak tit romo slap boxing.
And the one that lost the slap boxing bitch tournament... the one that has such bad form..... was my Kung Fu teacher.
I have had other teachers in other kinds of Kung Fu. My impression of them is not much better than this I am afraid.
Posted On:8/29/2006 6:48am
Was rather ****.
If he grappled with the guy he may have been able to throw in some of his bagua stuff. He chose to box from a distance. Oh well.
Posted On:9/30/2006 9:51am
that was NOT Glen Wright. Doesn't even look like him.
that was a beginner level fight in Taiwan in the early 70's
both fighters were to use pa kua, obviously the guy in yellow did not follow the rules, and the judges didn't either.
Posted On:9/30/2006 12:37pm
I very seriously doubt that this video was from the early 70's.
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