Posted On:1/17/2007 10:50am
Guy Who Pays the Bills and Gets the Death Threats Style: MMA (Retired)
Originally Posted by MastaChance
This is some kind of TKD school, but it seems pretty good, I wonder how they would fair against real MMA fighters, any feedback on this one?
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Posted On:1/17/2007 11:06am
Style: Kempo-Goju Karate, BJJ
it looks like thier preparing for a kudo tournament.
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Posted On:1/17/2007 11:10am
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Posted On:1/17/2007 11:26am
Style: Judo, TKD BB
Looks like that pro-Hapkido stuff we were all talking about last year.
Now I shall check Der's link and see if I am right...
Posted On:1/17/2007 11:35am
Originally Posted by DerAuslander108
I didn't post this. I just changed it to being posted under my name so I could embed the video.
Posted On:1/17/2007 11:51am
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Posted On:1/17/2007 12:39pm
Style: Muay Thai/BJJ/Boxing/MMA
What's wrong with this thread, it is an interesting approach to bringing TKD to MMA, and these guys look serious. Oh and I am the original poster, so don't bash Phrost for my videos.
Posted On:1/17/2007 12:43pm
I'd really like to see some cross competition between these guys and Daido Juku and now Zendokai.
Very nice indeed. I like their take on combat. No slappy dance. Good solid hits. If you take away the Judo ne-waza and throws THIS IS WHAT TKD USED TO LOOK LIKE at a reputable school in the late 60's / early 70's before the McDojo 's started to become the rage. This is the "rough and tumble" I have referred to in earlier posts. It was almost always on a hardwood floor or similar surface. You better be in good condition. Crosstraining in Judo for the ukemi was a big help in case you got taken down. I like the idea they have about integratiing throws/takedowns and groundwork. The only criticism I have is in their hand work. Looks like they were leaving their heads open a bit too much
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