WATCH: Hopeless street fighter gets slept by a Kyokushin black belt


Lesson to the youth of the world, no one plays fighting or in Kyokushin, and if you try to you’re liable to have an impromptu nap.

Generally speaking, training in martial arts can supply you with a great many benefits. These include, but are not limited to, self-confidence, self-awareness, focus, coordination, self-control, and responsibility.

Unfortunately, just because a person trains in martial arts does not mean they will use all the benefits in the right way. For instance, when a person who is smaller than you and does not train in martial arts challenges you, you’re supposed to walk away, and not unleash all the training onto them.

Watch a poser street fighter get put to bed by a Kyokushin black belt

In the following video, we see a self-proclaimed street fighter vs a trained Kyokushin karate practitioner. I’m pretty sure we all know how the video ends, but it is definitely worth a watch to show how you shouldn’t play around with a real fighter, when posing as one.

What is Kyokushin?

Kyokushin is a martial arts style of stand-up fighting and was founded in 1964 by Korean-Japanese Masutatsu Oyama. “Kyokushin” is Japanese for “the ultimate truth”. It is rooted in a philosophy of self-improvement, discipline, and hard training.

Kyokushin training consists of three main elements: technique, forms, and sparring. These are sometimes referred to as the three “K’s” after the Japanese words for them: Kihon (basics), kata (Imaginary forms of Fight), and Kumite (sparring).

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