Posted On:10/29/2007 9:36am
Style: San Da, Judo, BJJ
Thats an awesome video!, further evidence of san da's worthyness for MMA.
Posted On:10/29/2007 9:55am
Style: ti da shuai na
Another video pulled in from the video forum. This is Ayran Howie, an IMA-based san shou fighter from Vancouver who cross-trains in BJJ, in his first MMA fight:
His sifu, Shouyu Liang, is a well-respected taiji, xingyi and bagua player from Bao Ding province who also knows a great deal about shuai jiao/kuai jiao (the difference between which he explains in this interview):
"Taiji have lots of shuai jiao."
“Most people do not do, but take refuge in theory and talk, thinking that they will become good in this way” -- Aristotle, Nicomachean Ethics, II.4
Gold Summit Martial Arts Institute
Posted On:10/29/2007 2:00pm
Style: Ba Zheng Dao Quan
I never looked at Shou yu Liang's site. It looks pretty nice. Does anyone here train with him or his students?
Authentic Kung Fu in Buffalo, NY
Posted On:10/31/2007 7:45am
Hamby's team in Oakland training for full-contact san shou:
Posted On:11/20/2007 1:20pm
Baji circa 1988?
The above is for all the people that want some "Movie Fu" looking techniques.
I know, it looks like no punching to the head. Still, that is some pretty good contact that us oldsters try to tell you did exist in CMA.
Yes, it is what many of us try to say. TCMA did spar, they wore gear, and weren't to deadly.
Last edited by It is Fake; 11/20/2007 1:23pm at .
Originally Posted by doofaloofa
Posted On:11/20/2007 3:28pm
Originally Posted by It is Fake
Baji circa 1988?
And here's a Baji two-man set that looks very much like the fighting in the above video:
... nice find, IIF.
Posted On:1/15/2008 4:05pm
Style: Kempo, Kosho, BJJ
bagua fighting http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L6Fg0rJ8jBc
Posted On:1/31/2008 3:56am
Posted On:2/11/2008 2:10am
It Is Fake,
I have two questions about the sparring in the xingyi video.
First of all, from what I've seen of xingyi techniques, they don't include many kicks. But here I see side, roundhouse, low, high kicks etc. Are they usually a part of the XY curriculum?
Secondly, are any of the sparring guys using any of the five element fists in those clips? They may well be, I'm just not experienced enough to really pick them out.
Posted On:2/13/2008 9:03pm
Style: Hebei Xingyi
Here is a cool video
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