No-touch KO master puts up $5,000 to fight MMA fighter – gets destroyed

No-touch KO master puts up $5,000 vs. MMA fighter (real fight)

Kiai master Yanagi Ryuken put up $5000 saying that no MMA fighter could beat him.

Here, Yanagi Ryuken, the self-described master of Qigong, and other mysterious disciplines meet active resistance.

Ryuken had spent decades practicing on compliant students and became so profoundly befuddled, that he offered $5,000 to anyone that could withstand the debilitating power of his yell and hand wiggles.

His opponent, Iwakura Goh, appears to have trained in some variant of Kyokushin, a martial art that is the very definition of active resistance in striking.

After it was over, Ryuken was out $5,000, some blood, and his dignity.

According to Yanagi Ryuken, his system is based on Koryu jujutsu arts, with Aiki, Qigong, and other mysterious elements mixed together.

In addition, Yanagi Ryuken also claims to have won over 200 Vale Tudo (anything goes) fights, but nothing has been found on record so far.

From the UG news piece ‘No touch martial arts master meets reality‘:

Yanagi Ryuken, the self-described master of Qigong, and other mysterious disciplines meet active resistance.

Ryuken had spent decades practicing on compliant students and became so profoundly befuddled, that he offered $5,000 to anyone that could withstand the debilitating power of his yell and hand wiggles.

His opponent, Iwakura Goh, appears to have trained in some variant of Kyokushin, a martial art that is the very definition of active resistance in striking.

After it was over, Ryuken was out $5,000, some blood, and his dignity.

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According to Wikipedia, a touchless knockout or no-touch knockout is a supposed technique claimed by some martial arts practitioners, by which a person can be rendered unconscious solely by application of qi, Kiai, or similar methods, without making physical contact. This differs from pressure point techniques that involve light or slight contact to specific areas of the body causing unconsciousness. Skeptics believe apparent demonstrations of touchless knockout techniques to be hypnotism of, or acting (collusion) on the part of, the apparent victims of the technique. [Source: Wiki]

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