Thread: Some Bad Muay Thai RBSD?
11/16/2006 5:10pm, #1
Some Bad Muay Thai RBSD?
Okay, I did a little searching for this Guy "Master Sken" and found didly **** so I might was well give it a shot and hope it hasn't been mentioned 3 years before I came on Bullshido or something.
Broawsin' youtube and flaming TKDers, I commented on their wannabe RBSD and one responded that Muay Thai is just as bad. Using :
as his argument.
What I see is bad Demo acting and action, fake knife defenses, a lot of spining and kicks I've never seen in Muay Thai competitions, and just overall Bullshido. They claimed one of the guys was a European champion, which I will google when I'm not too lazy.
Another thing struck me funny as I searched around this guy sells a DVD on Muay Thai, and while a lot of good martial artists have videos out for other videos, so doesn't really mean red flag, but it IS a DVD after all, y'know?
11/16/2006 5:17pm, #2
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That's not Muay Thai...
11/16/2006 5:25pm, #3Originally Posted by RuledByEnmity
11/16/2006 5:49pm, #4
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Muay Thai does have spinning kicks, but they are rarely used because they're effectiveness is low percentage in comparison to the other techniques available.
If I had to make a guess I would say that it looked more like TKD RBSD than anything that I've seen in MT.
11/16/2006 5:59pm, #5
So, it's one bad video. Challenge him to find more, and for every bad MT video send him 10 bad TKD vids. That should be easy enough to do. Every style has it's assclowns, it's just a question of what percentage of the whole they represent. In TKD it's 80-90%, in Muay Thai it's more 10-15%.
Send him the video of the TKD guy getting his ass raped in the ring by an MT fighter.
11/16/2006 6:08pm, #6Originally Posted by Ronin.74
11/16/2006 6:09pm, #7Originally Posted by rw4th
11/16/2006 6:55pm, #8
I don't see what's wrong.It's just a demo he's performing for the crowd as some sort of half-time show.Just about every art does demos (demonstrations of movements).
Actually I think I've seen Sken on TLC once talking about MT.
11/16/2006 7:02pm, #9Originally Posted by Canuckyokushin
11/16/2006 7:10pm, #10
Each individual movements yes.Well probably.It depends on each situation you MIGHT be faced with.
Maybe he teaches an acting workshop aswell as MT in his Gym.LOL!