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    some of the Muay Thai guys at my school do that. In fact, KP2 practices it on the heavy bag all the time. I think he refers to it as a Cobra Kick but he may be making up his own ****...16 year olds to that.
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    Labels aside, that kick works really well... well, when you're a teenager in TKD tourneys. It might work well elsewhere, but I wouldn't actually know. I do know that 4 people have walked into that when attempting to stuff the front kick feint and knocked themselves out. I also know I couldn't have possibly been trying to knock them out since below black belt, we had to "show control" to the head, and I didn't get disqualified, so...................

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    It works pretty well in kickboxing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by social-misfit
    I possibly meant "ap dollio chagi", whatever, front roundhouse in english! ;-)
    The term "roundhouse" is entirely English- it's not a translation from either Korean or Japanese when it comes to kick names. Dollyo Chagi and Mawashi Geri both mean "turning kick" when you translate them. I don't know where the hell the term "roundhouse kick" even comes from.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bugeisha
    The term "roundhouse" is entirely English- it's not a translation from either Korean or Japanese when it comes to kick names. Dollyo Chagi and Mawashi Geri both mean "turning kick" when you translate them. I don't know where the hell the term "roundhouse kick" even comes from.
    I've tried to figure that out for years.

    I have heard of hook punches referred to as roundhouse punches, though very infrequently. Could that be it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Errant108
    I've tried to figure that out for years.

    I have heard of hook punches referred to as roundhouse punches, though very infrequently. Could that be it?
    Ding ding ding....we have a weiner.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Omega the Merciless
    Ding ding ding....we have a weiner.
    Mmmmm....

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    Maybe he meant "dong dong dong"...

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