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    Wing Lung Kung Fu - Again

    A kung fu school with teh real jits. Examine the video of the black sash grading here:


    http://winglungmma.com/ja/#

    (click on "black sash grading").

    Is this a new breed of TMA school integrating grappling and better training methods? Or a just a regular larping kung fu school with an additional jits requirement? Teh real eagle claw, perhaps?
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    Looks like a pretty alive school for kung fu... granted, it also looks like there's a whole lot of uselessness mixed in. But at least they have a (seemingly) strong focus on grappling and sparring (San shou)

    Edit: I also think it's cool how they grapple on carpet

    And that they spar with multiple opponents..... kinda

    And how the one dude gets tossed into a rack of spears at the end.
    Last edited by Tanhalen21; 11/25/2007 1:11am at .
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    I've seen them do well in San Shou matches.... even saw a jump spinning backfist land. Very odd to say the least.
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    Spinning back fists hurt.
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    I went through that whole site and didn't find "black sash grading" anywhere..can you indicate the other links you need to hit to get to it?
    Edit: I found it...
    Not too bad really..they really like that spinning sweep kick don't they?
    Although I saw them going for a double, I didn't really see any of them defending against it very well. They all seemed to get taken down rather easily. I hope they are teaching them to sprawl as well as how to shoot.
    Last edited by OZZ; 11/26/2007 8:15pm at . Reason: Found link..
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    Hmm..the more like kickboxing/mma "x asian martial art" is, the less is sucks ass....

    Would it be easier just to do boxing/kickboxing/mma?

    Nah, just copy it and keep calling it "x asian martial art"
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    Quote Originally Posted by chi-conspiricy
    Hmm..the more like kickboxing/mma "x asian martial art" is, the less is sucks ass....

    Would it be easier just to do boxing/kickboxing/mma?
    Not if you live in Jamaica.

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