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    Good stuff rabbit, although the no face hitting makes me a sad panda. Is there any lei tai/sanda with:
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    I meant the combination of all those, I've watched pretty much every video in here. I was basically looking for sanda footage with a ruleset similar to muay thai in terms of allowed strikes and safety equipment from MMA. I realize that's pretty specific. I saw some sparring that might fit the bill, but not competition per se. Although some of the older footage might have all that.
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    1980's Taiwan Full Contact Tournament

    These play in a list but its some full contact with minimal gloves. Pretty sure one of these guys is doing Baguazhang.
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    1980's Taiwan Full Contact Tournament

    These play in a list but its some full contact with minimal gloves. Pretty sure one of these guys is doing Baguazhang.
    holy crap, the guy in yellow in the second video unleashed a metric ton of shuai jiao badassery on his opponent! that last throw he dropped the guy on his head!

    i'm wondering if face punches were allowed in this, from the footage i think not.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Anjin View Post
    Good stuff rabbit, although the no face hitting makes me a sad panda. Is there any lei tai/sanda with:

    MMA gloves
    Palm and elbow striking to head and body
    Knees to the head and body
    Punches allowed to the head and body

    It's annoying how arbitrary some of the rules in full contact are. At least that one just straight up admits that the point is to avoid head trauma but all the different rulesets with such selectivity about what you can do with strikes to the head is annoying.
    the baltimore lei tai has all that but with headgear with face cages, was that another thing you needed? no headgear?
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    Another new video I wanted to post and almost forgot.

    1994 San Shou Nationals and interview footage featuring Cung Le and Jason Yee. Hard to believe this video is almost 20 years old now...damn.

    Old school footage of a young 176lbs CUNG LE in his first National San-Shou Championship. Also, features then returning 164lbs San-Shou Champion, JASON YEE. From the 1994 US NATIONAL SAN SHOU CHAMPIONSHIPS.
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    holy crap, the guy in yellow in the second video unleashed a metric ton of shuai jiao badassery on his opponent! that last throw he dropped the guy on his head!

    i'm wondering if face punches were allowed in this, from the footage i think not.
    definitely not. Those gloves theyre using are kind of weird too. Super minimal. The bagua guy had some nice changes here and there
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    the baltimore lei tai has all that but with headgear with face cages, was that another thing you needed? no headgear?
    Nice, missed that one.

    Here's another channel with a shitload of Lei Tai style fights, guy here pops off a nice KO with the left hook. Think this is in europe somewhere by the names of some of the videos. They seem to have a lot of organized sanda stuff there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ming Loyalist View Post
    holy crap, the guy in yellow in the second video unleashed a metric ton of shuai jiao badassery on his opponent! that last throw he dropped the guy on his head!

    i'm wondering if face punches were allowed in this, from the footage i think not.
    I don't think so either..but that's still some alright stuff there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Anjin View Post
    I meant the combination of all those, I've watched pretty much every video in here. I was basically looking for sanda footage with a ruleset similar to muay thai in terms of allowed strikes and safety equipment from MMA. I realize that's pretty specific. I saw some sparring that might fit the bill, but not competition per se. Although some of the older footage might have all that.
    Sifu Rob Simpson in the UK has organised some Kuoshu fights with MMA gloves, no face cages and elbows and knees allowed to head and body. He also allowed a few seconds (can't remember if it was 5 or 15) on the floor. I don't know when the next one might be, but he has a facebook group about his Kuoshu org here:-

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    This is his site: http://www.kuoshu.co.uk/

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    Clips from a 2002 sanda tournament:



    The channel has a number of complete fights as well.


    This one is fun. Check out 00:30:

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