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Thread: Buk Sing CLF vs Muay Thai

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    Uh, because the clip is supposedly of a Choy Li Fut fighter knocking out a Muay Thai fighter...
    the original clip was CLF vs Muay thai....where do you get that the back fist guy was CLF? i don't see it.
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    Don't take it personally dude, this poster has a very bad attitude. Takes offense at any small thing.

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    i doubt that he forgot about paying you that visit either! LOL
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    Nice work. You gotta be in good shape to last that long in the ring.

    From what I watched I saw a lot of the big CLF power shots missing the mark which unfortunately could have been fight enders.

    I think is because you can't really use them in isolation. One power shot sets up the next until opponent makes a mistake or is overpowered. In isolation they're too telegraphed and easily avoided or neutralized.

    Also, I think this gets back to another conversation we had before about the correct distance for a technique like Sao Chui. As I mentioned before Sao Chui is primarily a forearm strike to the neck, I don't think it translates well to a head strike with gloves on.

    Better to shorten up those techniques so that you can use the fist ie into something like a hook punch.

    Just my two cents but overall nice job.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hskwarrior View Post
    i doubt that he forgot about paying you that visit either! LOL
    LOL is right....

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    LOL is right....
    we all are....i so can't wait for the video.

    and when it does happen i got the perfect GANGSTA beat to put on it too
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    Quote Originally Posted by hskwarrior View Post
    the original clip was CLF vs Muay thai....where do you get that the back fist guy was CLF? i don't see it.
    I guess it wasn't clear from the way it was titled in this link. I've seen the same clip on another forum where it was titled more clearly http://www.rumsoakedfist.org/viewtopic.php?f=6&t=12344
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    You guys have to remember. This is a Muay Thai rules fight.

    In an even of a decision the judges will look for things like technique execution and style.

    If it's a dead even fight the guy who throws blatantly classical Thai techniques will win the decision.

    I've seen several fights between say Thai vs. MMA guys (in MT rules) and the MMA guys basically fight like apes with no form and then go lose the decision, then complain about it.

    Just food for thought you know.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Violent Designs View Post
    You guys have to remember. This is a Muay Thai rules fight.

    In an even of a decision the judges will look for things like technique execution and style.

    If it's a dead even fight the guy who throws blatantly classical Thai techniques will win the decision.

    I've seen several fights between say Thai vs. MMA guys (in MT rules) and the MMA guys basically fight like apes with no form and then go lose the decision, then complain about it.

    Just food for thought you know.
    are you argueing that the thai guy didnt win that one fairly?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frost View Post
    are you argueing that the thai guy didnt win that one fairly?
    Nope.

    I'm saying that you have to take these things into consideration if you want to understanding JUDGING CRITERIA in a Muay Thai fight.
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    Don't take it personally dude, this poster has a very bad attitude. Takes offense at any small thing.

    EO
    noted thanks EO

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    Muay Thai is very strong legs!

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    Hi i'm new to the forum.

    I thought the fight was very good from both sides but sometimes it was hard to tell that the Buk Sing fighter was actually Buk Sing. Just saying. But still good fight.

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    what would it take to visually confirm that he was a buk sing guy as opposed to a hung sing or chan family fighter?
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    Quote Originally Posted by hskwarrior View Post
    what would it take to visually confirm that he was a buk sing guy as opposed to a hung sing or chan family fighter?
    I guess I should say sometimes it's hard to tell who the Choy Lay Fut fighter is. All I mean is that he seems to fight a lot like many Muay Thai combatents.

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