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    about bando

    hello to everyone..i d like to have information about bando(techniques,historical roots) and your oinion about this art...and i am wondering if it s spread in the west...

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    I studied Bando briefly in DC so yes it's in the west. The techniques were based on animal movements and aggression. Guess it's not so underground as it used to be. It took me years to find info on it and then find an instructor, now there's a wikipedia entry: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bando

    and this concludes my first post

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    I wanna know why Burmese MT is sometimes called 'Bando Boxing'?

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    there's a lot of controversy about Maung Gyi, basically that he's a fraud.
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    "Judo is a study of techniques with which you may kill if you wish to kill, injure if you wish to injure, subdue if you wish to subdue, and, when attacked, defend yourself" - Jigoro Kano (1889)
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    My understanding is that the history is bogus but he seems to be legitimately talented?

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    Quote Originally Posted by selfcritical
    My understanding is that the history is bogus but he seems to be legitimately talented?
    We have two threads on this guy.

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    And why is this in the Fma Forum?

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    I don't know what this is here. But if you're going to ask these questions you should do so after you've got to this site and read what's there:

    www.thaing.net

    I've trained with Phil Dunlap for a little over a year. 90% of whatever skill I had as a stand-up fighter comes from this gym, along with all my amateur fights.

    Phil's one of the best men I've ever known and an excellent coach. I'm proud to say I came out of his gym and that he considers me a friend.

    He is also a lineage holder of a burmese system via his grandfather. I'll ket you read the rest off of the site.

    And I'm gonna honor his requests and not indulge in any more speculation or discussion about Dr. Gyi.
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