Martial arts ‘master’ demonstrates nonsensical techniques
Of all the phony martial arts ‘masters’ out there, this guy is probably the worst of all. It is so bad it is hard to believe it is real, but according to multiple sources, this guy really is the ‘grandmaster’ of this martial art all the way from Vietnam.
This ridiculous charlatan is named ‘Grandmaster Huỳnh Tuấn Kiệt’ and everything he is teaching in this video is absolutely bizarre as well as quite comical to be honest.
This weird martial art he’s teaching is called ‘Nam huynh dao’ and it is pretty much a Vietnamese version of Kung fu. You know it is not a realistic art when it makes Chinese kung fu actually look practical in comparison.
Furthermore, it is hard to believe that so many people buy into what this guy is preaching. And it’s not just his students in the video either. Many YouTube commentators are quick to defend this guy and what he’s teaching, claiming the video is just taking what he’s teaching out of context.
The main problem with these kind of ridiculous martial arts and ‘Grandmasters’ is that their students may actually believe they can fight and that could get them into trouble in a real life self-defense situation when they finally realize it’s all crap but at that point it’s too late.
ABOUT NAM HUYNH DAO:
Nam Huỳnh Đạo Kung Fu school was officially started on September 16th, 1991. Up to date, the kung fu school has gathered thousands of students, built a staff of experienced, moral and well-respected fellows, and equipped the kung fu training centers modernly and professionally. The founder of Nam Huỳnh Đạo is Grand master Huỳnh Tuấn Kiệt, the 7th generation descendant of Warrior General Nguyễn Huỳnh Đức under the Nguyen dynasty (1748 – 1819) . General Nguyen was both a noble and a kung fu master, and played a significant role in founding and developing Gia Dinh, the Southern province of Vietnam. General Nguyen was the originator of the Huỳnh’s Martial art style. The Master originated from a family who devoted themselves for many generations to traditional medicine and martial art. [Source: namhuynhdao.vn]