Sanshou – Sanda Compilacion
This has to be one of the best arts for self-defense.
isam barhoumi the champion of the world
This Chinese Kungfu is pretty good, but the rules need to be better, so
many limits in the match
falling down is extremely dangerious in a fight！
Cancion del minuto 3:35?
+yacovalpuchi valen creo que yo podri a ver echo mejores tecnicas
+mansodazz Bueno, buen video, muy buenas tecnicas de sanda
+yacovalpuchi valen, ese tema es parte de los fondos musicales del reality
this is awesome
Someone show me a track list? tks
Que buen arte marcial!!
3:30 REF IS COUNTING?? SERIOUSLY!??
yea, thats what i was thinking too. that guy is knocked out, no need to
count just get him help
Good compilation till those Guy at the end. Please act pro when ur good
Hola, llevo 7 meses entrenando kickboxing pero en un mes tendre una pelea
de sanda! Que me recomiendan? En si no conozco esa arte marcial ni nada
Music at 3:42? anyone please!!
+Cecyy Soto The Ultimate Fighter intro song.
The music that starts at 4:46. Anyone knows?
3:55 best moment XD
There is a shaolin temple in madrid that teaches kung fu and sanda among
other marcial arts. The shifu is a very respected person in china so he is
not a fraud like other kung fu masters so, if somebody lives there i
suggest you people to search for it. Shaolin Temple Spain.
sanshou and sanda are the same thing right?
i know ive seen him in the ufc.hes one of my heroes.
Cung lee is a an excellent applicator for sunshou sanda
right.im also thinking of getting cung lee book about sanshou.
+Cristian Luna u r welcome man the side kicks and side splits remember 🙂
como se llama la primera canción??
song name 8:50
UFC – Face the Pain
I don’t know if it’s because it’s edited but it looks to me like the
urgency of taking the opponent down makes the fighters stand their ground
instead of dodging and circling around.
I did two tournaments, like fifteen years ago. It is a great transition
sport for basic mixed grappling, striking and with sumo (pushing out of the
ring/ le-tay). They hold sanshou in closed rings with ropes, but I like
sanshou on a Le-tay (open platform with push outs) because that adds a
whole different rhythm and strategy to the fight which is different from
closed ring sports: lots of fun.
Interesting, a local champion gave a seminar at my Muay Thai / kick boxing
club and I enjoyed it a a lot. trowing people around is exhausting.
That is a good point you made, but also if you get pushed out of the ring
twice in a round, you loose the round, so that factor adds to the
“standing you ground” and urgency for both fighter to engage factor.
There use to be a stalling rule as well (I am not sure if it is still the
same); If a fighter stalls (is passive) the following will happen: 1st time
a warning, 2nd time loss of point, 3rd time loss of round or fight.
anyone in orange county, california knows a gym??
I wonder why Cung Le didn’t use all of the techniques he displays in this
video, in MMA.
He had some great takedowns here and in MMA he just keeps his distance and
+andrusbgx Maybe Sanda uses a lot of strength and stamina especially
takedown. MMA ‘s rules are different. If you can’t KO your opponent ASAP,
it will be dangerous.
Cung Le is old now and getting much stiffer. He also has a bad knee as
well. I watched him fight at a sanshou tournament live in 1997 and he
totally kicked the other guys ass, but he was wearing a big knee brace
during the fight. The next day he was limping, barely able to walk. So by
the time he got to MMA he was out of his prime and likely suffering
from joint injuries accumulated during his sanda/kickboxing career. Cung Le
also had some sanshou tuff fights against some Russians and others. Cung
Le’s prime was spent trying to win the world sanshou championships that
alluded him 3 times. He did sanshou for love (like the Olympics) of the
sport, and MMA for publicity.
I think it was because he is not very goid at ground game, so there wasn’t
much motivation to take the fight there. Nonetheless, his wrestling was
seen non much in ofensive but in a defensive way, he was very hard to rake
to the ground (that gived him the chance to strike at will). Anyway, he had
some awesome throws (sanda uses judo like throws too).
I think sanda practicioners definitely train their striking game more. What
probably happened was Le realised his striking was at a higher level than
his takedown game, since there are very tallented grapplers who come from
sports where the takedown and submissions game is, generally, a lot better
( freestyle wrestling, catch, greco roman, Judo, Sambo, Bjj, etc. )
amazing action i love watching beautiful striking along with awesome take
o ultimo cara do video morreu?
Muslim Salikhov the best>> if this combat sport was BIG, you would not see
a single chinese champ
+Thierry Just ordinary discuss but you said this shitty language. Which
fucking country are you from? Whatever, you just made an extremely
bad reputation for your country with irrational, uneducated and stupidity.
And MMA or UFC. How many boxer going to UFC? Different combat sports is
different sports. MMA are known for Chinese is only 10 years almost. I
don’t refuse that Chinese doesn’t have good grade on UFC. But there are
still Chinese fighter on UFC with this low basement.
you fucking idiots, the chinese CREATED this combat sport. The chinese dont
need this stupid pride attitude you have going on, go to UFC and MMA shit
for that kind of talk
+Eric Joseph He was the best. But he finally got KO several times. So far
Chinese fighters don’t have good grade on heavy class becasue the life
condition on China still cannot compare to developed countries. The height
of Chinese cannot compared to white so far. When China enter into develop
country maybe 50 years later, the height of Chinese will be the same as
white people. On that time we will see how is it look like.
as soon as they are on the ground,fight is broken,now thats how wimps are
made,if thre is no ground and pound,there is no danger,however,its main
focus is self defense and in that case ground fighting is absolutely waste
of time,striking and standup grappling is the way to go,so again I say,this
is a great discipline.
These styles were made for stand up combat not ground fighting these styles
do not focus ground fighting like wrestling or ju jitsu would.
erm, i don’t think not wanted to get pinned to floor and getting your face
smashed in means you’re not a wimp, just means you’re not a masochist.
In the past actually lei tai fights (no rules Chinese fights) were mostly
weapons (only a handful of bareknuckles) so going to the ground was a bad
idea. Even in Chinese wrestling matches a more popular strategy was to
throw them off the lei tai platform.
I guess this is supposed to recreate a hand to hand version of it.
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Sou fã do Bruce Lee e gostaria de ser como ele. Como poderei ser?
Sou gaucho e moro no Rio Grande do Sul, logo gostaria de lutar como os
lutadores de MMA e ser visto n ocanal combate. Na Grande Porto Alegre há
alguam academia que posso aprender?
Wing Chun guys would die if they stood there for sure.
+TheAlexmercer360 Yes you right, that’s why all fighters learn boxing to
make them better. Sanda and Winchun were created for different position.
Sanda is from north of China and Winchun is from south, north chinese
people are forthright, they fight with big movements. Winchun from south,
south China are full of water, buildings and buildings create the small
street, winchun fight straight fight close and quick, it’s created for the
small street between buildings, and the long stick that winchun trainers
used are created for the boat fight. In the past, these fisherman use their
pulp to fight and the pulp in south of China is just a long stick. You put
a north man on the boat or the small street which he couldn’t use his big
movements, he may surrender quick.But conversely you put the south people
to the big north ground, he may not parry the big heavy north kick.
+Atahan Demolition I know wingchun guys that can beat up the current sanda
world champ in a fight,so none of it matters,some people are talented,does
not matter what they practice if it contains real sparring,they will grow
up becoming invincible.
+Davor Bobic do not be so sure of anything,style does not beat style,a
better practitioner beats another guy.
+PHILLYBIRDS100 actually sanda is created beacuse wing chun needs some
movement and they wanted to create ultimate martial art, and sanda can beat
that’s why sanda was created
01:30 E Nomine – Vater unser
Know that’s full contact martial arts.
dont see how they could say kung fu is use less when u see sanda kung fu
you see takedowns punches and kicks
oh god, in 1 week i`m having a tournament xD
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su oponente lucho mal.kkkkkkkkkkkkkkk
te felicito muy bueno el video. Me encanta el San Da
really? that would be great!
wrong music, superb fights
Min 3:34 el arbitro sigue contando jaja
Wushu for life!!
Salve, grazie. It’s la mia video!!
face the pain ufc
QUE PENA QUE EU PAREI !!
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E nomine – Padre Nuestro es el nombre de la segunda canción 🙂
Great martial art! ancestral n’ modern too! Check up this kungfu guy: remco
es una cancion llamada Padre nuestro, cantada por E nomine. Este es un
remix del cover que le hizo rammstein a la cancion
Im sorry i mean the secound one.
the first music I already know. I want to know the name of the second song
the first one when the real fighting started is enomine vater unser
Eisbrecher This is Deutsch
Nice head movement by the shorter guy at 11:32 on the taller guy!
This is fucking hardcore! Unbelievable!
04:18 Holy gorrilas! That’s what’s speed’s for! lol Verry inspiring. tnx
how to download this video what is rich??
sorry do not remember. 🙁
rammstein music please?
please tell me the name of the music of Rammstein?
yep… and others
very cool! I didnt know they were so skilled! sanda is cool!
3:40 music ?
Hellsing – Rammstein , E Nomine
There are many techniques that are similar to standout MMA but I found that
the open platform with no ropes that an oponnent can get pushed off of
changes the strategy a good bit from a closed ring or cage
You can be of any discipline to compete in these tournaments and the one
that I have been to typically were composed of fighters besides just kung
fu (chines kickboxing). There are judo guys who know how to box, sambo,
thai, ti-kwon-do and what not at the tournaments. the fighting is all
standing (no ground game). No elbows in almost all tournaments, some times
knee are allowed but use of knees depend on what the state or province will
allow legally. You can win by KO, TKO or decision.
Perdón Antonio, no la puedo recordar y ya no la tengo en el ordenador.
yeap, i was a bit too serious
I guess he meant that, any discipline that applies punches, kicks and throw
could participate in this mode. 🙂
Sanda + BJJ = killing machine in all ranges and situations. I wish I had
time to train both!
bs, there is some boxing in it, while all others are pure chinese kungfu
based, chinese kicks and chinese shuaijiao( wrestling), not the fucking
judo , judo is just shitty copy of chinese shuaijiao which has 5000 years,
just like japanese copied almost everything from ancient china from
languages ,arts, music, phylisophy, costumes, thinking, leterature, music,
architecture, medicine…………everything , karate is also shitty copy
of southern china kungfu
sport belongs in 2016 summer olympics
The training is too tough for most.
I know these people, the video is a compilation of various world
who are those 2 fighters, black and red shorts, on beginig of video?
BRUCE LEE LOST TO VIC MOORE IN SANSHOU
so is sanshou essentially mma without the elbows, knees, or ground game?
sanda is a kind of combat from the kung fu… kung fu fighting technics
applied in a full contact combat= sanda…
Yes. Sanshou or Sanda – wikipedia, Lei Tai.
So is sanshou and sanda the same thing?
supongo que quiso decir; cualquier disciplina que aplique trompadas,
arrojes y patadas podria participar de esta modalidad. 🙂
there is no karate on it, pal! no straight strikes!
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