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  • JingMerchant!
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    Originally posted by variance
    Panuntukan or panantukan = Filipino Kickboxing.
    Pretty much the filipino version of muay thai.
    techniques i know of that are somewhat unique are the gunting type stuff.

    Example 1:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XH-0yOFbURs


    Example 2 of "inside gunting":
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6fnQr0CVJTM

    there are others I'm sure i'm forgetting
    also
    the limb destruction is under a different name but I forget.

    the different terms get used interchangeabley depending on how traditional/oldschool/region the guro teaching is.

    also there's another kind of FMA kickboxing called yaw yan. All i've read about it is that it focuses on throwing kicks from all sorts of different crazy angles.
    Fair enough, I'll go with that!

    The point is that there is a pivotal difference in stratergy between the Filipino stuff and 'traditional' kickboxing. Namely, the emphasis on limb destruction in the Filipino stuff!!

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  • variance
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    Originally posted by JingMerchant!
    Well.... no, mainly because you won't see knives and sticks getting pulled in a cage fight.

    I've been taught stuff that doesn't get used in the cage, such as destruction of limb techniques, (Pan o' toucan, not correct spelling, it's called in Kali i believe) trapping etc.
    Panuntukan or panantukan = Filipino Kickboxing.
    Pretty much the filipino version of muay thai.
    techniques i know of that are somewhat unique are the gunting type stuff.

    Example 1:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XH-0yOFbURs


    Example 2 of "inside gunting":
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6fnQr0CVJTM

    there are others I'm sure i'm forgetting
    also
    the limb destruction is under a different name but I forget.

    the different terms get used interchangeabley depending on how traditional/oldschool/region the guro teaching is.

    also there's another kind of FMA kickboxing called yaw yan. All i've read about it is that it focuses on throwing kicks from all sorts of different crazy angles.

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  • Kid Miracleman
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    "Yes, I'd like a pina colada to start off with, and for an appetizer... hmm... how's the toucan today? Hmm. Okay, I guess I'll have the pan o' toucan, then. Can you bring some extra lemon with that? Thanks."

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  • E-Van
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    Originally posted by Hanniballistic
    Already do that far more than most people do so I figure I can carry on quoting and tell you to relax and grow a sense of fucking humour

    WHOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    (just for you Aardvarks! :wrestlerf )
    If your already hitting the gym then this post is not for you! Quote on my brother!

    I just think there are so many martial artists that think they can get away with focusing there 'chi' in a fight and get away with out ever having to do a god damn sit up.

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  • Draven
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    So you were picking geeks up and "fireman carrying" them for fun? You like the cock dont you?

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  • JingMerchant!
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    Originally posted by CodosDePiedra
    So the MMA ruleset restricts a grappler's ability to strike...

    Its panantukan, but your spelling is way more awesome.
    LOL Ta!!!

    I'd +rep you but the forum won't let me for some unknown reason.

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  • JingMerchant!
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    Originally posted by Bustardo
    I don't know, AM I THE WINNAR PLZ THX?
    As a rezullt of maximum pwnage.....

    TEH WINNNNERRRR!!!!!!

    (And the crowd goes wild!)

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  • Permalost
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    Originally posted by kultist
    Also, the rules of MMA restrict grapplers. On the streets, once a grappler has thrown someone they can simply stand straigt up and stamp on the persons face.
    So the MMA ruleset restricts a grappler's ability to strike...
    Originally posted by JingMerchant!


    Well.... no, mainly because you won't see knivs and sticks getting pulled in a cage fight.

    I've been taught stuff that doesn't get used in the cage, such as destruction of limb techniques (Pan o' toucan, not correct spelling, it's called in Kali i believe) trapping etc.
    Its panantukan, but your spelling is way more awesome.

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  • Hanniballistic
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    Originally posted by E-Van
    actualy if you look at my earlier posts on my threads I was just reiterating what I already eluded too. Bruce Lee wasnt a god at martial arts like everyone wants to make him out to be. What Bruce WAS was a god of physical fitnes. Instead of all you nut huggers quoting versus of the Toa of Jeet Kun Do what you should be reading is the Toa of hitting a gym.
    Already do that far more than most people do so I figure I can carry on quoting and tell you to relax and grow a sense of fucking humour

    WHOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    (just for you Aardvarks! :wrestlerf )
    Last edited by Hanniballistic; 4/09/2008 5:00pm, .

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  • Thaiboxerken
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    Originally posted by E-Van
    Instead of all you nut huggers quoting versus of the Toa of Jeet Kun Do what you should be reading is the Toa of hitting a gym.

    I don't really see any nut-huggers in the thread. Also, a person can have a life outside of the gym with time enough to read, eat, sleep and have fun.

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  • Lu Tze
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    I don't know how it works over the water, but round here a toa is someone you call when your car breaks down.

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  • E-Van
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    Originally posted by Hanniballistic
    You do realise that pretty much sums up what Bruce was saying? You are a JKD'er and didn't even know it!

    Have a celebratory "WATAAAHHH" on me

    actualy if you look at my earlier posts on my threads I was just reiterating what I already eluded too. Bruce Lee wasnt a god at martial arts like everyone wants to make him out to be. What Bruce WAS was a god of physical fitnes. Instead of all you nut huggers quoting versus of the Toa of Jeet Kun Do what you should be reading is the Toa of hitting a gym.

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  • Bustardo
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    Originally posted by JingMerchant!
    Yeah.....
    In a nutshell.

    Has this thread been won yet?
    I don't know, AM I THE WINNAR PLZ THX?

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  • Hanniballistic
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    Originally posted by E-Van
    learn to controll the fight from any position, and god damn it get your scrawney ass's to a gym and lift weights.
    You do realise that pretty much sums up what Bruce was saying? You are a JKD'er and didn't even know it!

    Have a celebratory "WATAAAHHH" on me

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  • Hanniballistic
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    Originally posted by E-Van
    Im tired of hearing how 'jkd' is a mindset, a mentality of 'use what works'. So is every cage fight actualy a 'jkd' mindset/mentality match?
    Only in the sense that you can use what works within that environment

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