Students agree to street fight to see whose Kung Fu is stronger
Students fight in the street to see who has stronger Kung Fu.
This fight is believed to be Karate (orange shirt) against Wing Chun (white jacket).
The fight wasn’t finished with Karate or Wing Chun techniques, though.
Martial arts are great as spectator sports and a good way to get fit, but they really come into their own when they are used in self-defense – undoubtedly the ultimate result for many of them.
Check out the top 5 martial arts for self-defense, according to the Internet:
Jeet Kune Do
Bruce Lee envisioned “a style without style,” which seems nonsensical. But try to understand the concept of adaptation. Lee emphasized this above all: “the worst thing you can do is to anticipate the outcome of a fight. You ought not to be thinking of anything but his attack and your response. Clear all other thoughts from your head, or they will slow you down.”
Boxers throw punches faster, harder and more accurately than any other trained fighter on the planet.
This hybrid mixes Jiu-jitsu’s standing throws and strikes with ground fighting, which emphasizes joint manipulation and overall control of the opponent, effectively ending a fight very quickly.
Keysi Fighting Method
You’ll see it in Chris Nolan’s Batman films. It was developed by Justo Dieguez and Andy Norman, based on Dieguez’s street fighting experiences in Spain. Batman’s method of fighting is understood from the comic books to require the utmost efficiency, because Batman is a genius at fighting crime, and will not waste time or effort in putting criminals away.
It is Israel’s national martial art, developed largely by Imi Lichtenfeld, and dedicated to no-holds-barred incapacitation for the purpose of street survival.
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