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Saturday, May 26, 2007

Wing Chun Kung Fu Force Generation

I found this video on http://www.wingchun.com.au/ It has some really awesome demonstrations. The full video is available there, but I borrowed a few parts and slowed them down. There are some excellent clips of what Wing Chun is capable of in the right hands.

There's a kicking demonstration, followed by Sifu Jim Fung's chum-kiu and one inch punch(!) and Sigung Chu Shong Tin's demonstration of Wing Chun stance by standing on one leg on top of a mahjong piece.

I personally found the 'Whoa!' at the end of the one inch punch video to be quite funny.

All in all some great demonstrations. I'll have to see if I can find more videos from this school

Olympic Tae-Kwon-Do Sparring

Olympic Tae-Kwon-Do Sparring

Shaolin vs Tae kwon do

Shaolin Monk vs Tae kwon do Master

What is Tae Kwon Do?

I didn't make it. I jus didn't see it on the site so i decided to post it up

Taekwando Best Knockouts

Best Knockouts Of Taekwando

K1 Pride Highlight


Martial Arts Highlight - By Myself (Linkin Park)

Clips of full contact martial arts set to Linkin Park's 'By Myself'. Includes Mixed Martial Arts (MMA), Kyokushin Karate, Judo, Tomiki Aikido & Jiu-Jitsu. (more)

Fedor Emelianenko Highlight

Fedor is the most dominant fighter in MMA history so far. He is not only the current best heavyweight fighter in the world, but the best pound for pound fighter as well. This best Fedor highlight I've ever seen! Enjoy!

Rickson Gracie HL - Combined Record of over 400 Victories

Rickson Gracie (pronounced Heeckson; born in Brazil, November 20, 1958[1]) is a martial artist and a mixed martial arts fighter who holds a 7th degree black belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. He is a member of the Gracie family: the son of Hélio Gracie, brother to Rorion Gracie, and half-brother to the fighters Royce Gracie and Royler Gracie. Rickson was the winner of the Vale Tudo Japan tournament in 1994 and 1995. He is revered by many both within the Gracie family and in the martial arts community as perhaps the greatest pure Brazilian jiu-jitsu artist of the past half century. His unique skill and technical innovation are widely considered unequalled. In addition to Rickson Gracie's official record in professional mixed martial arts of 11-0-0 (with 11 submission or knockouts), there are unsubstantiated and controversial claims of a remarkably extensive combined record in combat sports. Organizations affiliated with him claim that for instance the following:

• He is undefeated with a combined record of over 400 victories in Jiu-Jitsu tournaments, Free-Style Wrestling, Sambo, open weight free-style competitions, and no holds barred challenge matches.

• He is a two time Brazilian Champion in freestyle wrestling.

• He is a Gold Medal Winner in Sambo.

• He has been the middle-heavyweight and no weight division World Jiu-Jitsu Champion for almost two decades

best video wrestling freestyle

best video wrestling freestyle
video de lutte libre et lutte greco romaine.
Les meilleuirs moments des meilleuirs championnats avec les meilleuirs lutteurs au mondes !!!
toutes les nation y sont , Cuba, Russie , France, Etats-unis, Japon? tchechenie, bulgarie etc ....

Friday, May 25, 2007

Jet Li's vs. Karate

Jet Li vs. Yasuaki Kurata, who is a 6th-dan in karate and a 3rd-dan in jujitsu in this fight scene. Including a spectecular blind-folded sequence

Amazing defence skills of combat sports!

Kaoklai vs. Mighty Mo K-1 Fight

Very amazing flying kick from Kaoklai! Enjoy it!

Kaoklai K1 AsiaGP Highlight

Kaoklai showed his great muaythai skills

Buakaw Highlight

Highlight of the K-1 MAX 2004 and 2006 champion Buakaw Por Pramuk

Making of Ong Bak..Must See!!!

Tony Jaa practice some incredible move for fighting and chasing scenes in Ong Bak Movie and also show some ancient form of Muay Boran (the predecessor to Muay Thai)

Tony Jaa's Training: "My master used to be an actor and a director. I learned from the sets of the movies of my master and I would work on the sets, everything from being a waterboy. Then I went on to study at a physical education university where they taught every type of martial arts and sports." Now, Jaa trains "8 hours a day. I wake up five to six a.m., run about 10 kilometers, then do a warm-up and go over all the moves of Muay Thai. Then gymnastics for flexibility."

Tony Jaa's Style: "I love Muay Thai and love any form of martial art. Muay Thai is able to show Thai culture and provide entertainment as well in its clearest form. The main part of Muay Thai is using the knees and the elbows. And the culture and the heritage that goes into Muay Thai is different from other martial arts. The incorporation of gymnastics into Muay Thai where I do a backflip and kicks... make Muay Thai seem prettier."

Muay Thai in Film: "Muay Thai hasn't been used in any films that we've seen and I wanted to bring that Muay Thai to films for people to know it and as a Thai person, that's important. It's different in the way they present the martial arts, but all martial arts have the same basis of being part of nature and the way they present themselves and the way they name the different types of moves. Like Muay Thai, we put an emphasis on the knees and the elbows, whereas Wushu, they name their moves after animals."

Real Action in Ong-Bak: Ong-Bak, Tony Jaa's first film, showcases Jaa's natural abilities without special effects or wire enhancements. At a time when even Jackie Chan is using wires, Jaa felt "I want to make it seem realistic and for viewers to see that it is possible to do those stunts on your own." This includes a chase scene where Jaa runs along the tops of people's heads. "It's hard," Jaa said. "You have to practice until you're used to it." And the people below? "They're okay with it."

Tony Jaa Goes One on One in Ong-Bak: To make each one on one fight scene look unique, "It depends on the person. I look at the character. A more fierce person, I put more fierce character into it. Or the Japanese guy who does a lot of footwork, we would do more Muay Thai sequences into that." Jaa also picks up props and fights with them. "The image of Jackie Chan is already there, and Jackie Chan is my inspiration but sometimes picking up those props and working them into the film just fits in better." (more)


Muay thai vs tae kwon do! Under full contact karate rules no punches to the face.This event is the predesecor to k-1.Japanese fighter does tkd and the thai fighter practices muay thai (more)

Aikibudo vs Muay Thai

This is a demo sparring between representatives(from russia) of Aikibudo(Anton Evdokimov) dojo and Muay Thai(Ivan Grigorev) school. First i thought it was a sparring but it's more like opportunity to show what can you do in a fight like this, especially for aikibudo guy

Muay Chaiya - Muen Muay

In the era of Rama V, Boxing was held infront of his court. Prayavadi Satayaruk, duke of Chaiya, sent Klong Yamnongthong to fight. His chosen technique was Suelakhang [Tiger drags the tail] to throw, strike and break all his opponents until he received the titel of "muen muay" (10,000 soldier*). Since that day, Chaiya has been recognized as the city of boxing and has passed down Muay Chaiya.

Muay thai chaiya Stlye Grand Master Preang

Kru (teacher) Preang, was the close student of Kru Thong Chuer-Chaiya, who had inherited the Muay Thai Chaiya from the Grand Master Ketr Sriyapai (the last grand master of Muay Thai), who had learned from his father, Phraya Wajeesatayarak, the provincial governor of Chaiya. The Grand Master also learned from another 13 masters until he was well versed in MuayThai.

Muay Thai Chaiya, not only utilizes fists, feet, knees, and elbows as we commonly see in the main stream Muay Thai, but also uses the forgotten elements of throwing, pressing, grabbling or clinching and joint breaking (Toom-Tup-Jub-Huk), they are no less dangerous than the throwing and joint locking of other martial arts. There are other sets of techniques with names that rhyme and contain deep meanings. They are to lure, to mislead, to elude, to avoid, to deceive, and to tease (Lor-Lork-Lop-Leek-Lorklor-Lorlen), or to hug, to squeeze, to swing the opponent from side to side, and to cast or throw the opponent down (Kod-Rad-Fad-Wieng). These are the techniques for inside fighting, that we no longer see in today’s Muay Thai. Even the way to fall, to get up, to roll on the ground, and to crawl (Lom-Look-Klook-Klan), which deal with proper way of rolling on the ground and falling so the practitioners wouldn’t get hurt.

So, an exponent of the old and traditional Muay Thai, such as Muay Thai Chaiya, does not limit oneself to only one-dimensional fighting of stand up strike. If the fight takes one down to the ground, one still has to be able to fight effectively. Since the old traditional Muay Thai was created for the engagement in battlefields, being able to engage with several opponents at the same time has made Muay Thai Chaiya so formidable.