Lots of Face Punching
- Post n°4
Tony Jaa>Bruce Lee . Bruce Lee was more influential, perhaps even a better fighter, but in terms of movie fight scenes, Tony Jaa is the newest and greatest. Check this out;
- Post n°5
Tony Jaa definitely amazing, and I like muay thai better than JKD or Wing Chun, but the guy in the clip that I posted was apparently Bruce Lee's wing chun teacher
Boom that just happened.
- Post n°7
Lol, yeah I have Ipman on DVD , pretty good movie. Tony Jaa is most notably in the Ong Bak series. There are two thus far, a third movie is due out this year. Another film he is in is The Protector, although I found the plot and storyline to be very poor, the fighting was stellar. He can also be seen in the BodyGuard (Thai version) and in some funny Thai produce commercials.
- Post n°9
Yeah sure. I also have OngBak if you want to borrow that.
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- Post n°12
NJSC wrote:Tony Jaa definitely amazing, and I like muay thai better than JKD or Wing Chun, but the guy in the clip that I posted was apparently Bruce Lee's wing chun teacher
This is true yip man was bruce lee's wing chun gung fu teacher he is legendary.This film is ofcourse what it is a film not any where close to the lethallity of this art ( Iknow i trained wing chun & JKD 3yrs under Sifu Francis Fong & jason laou look thejm up) most of all all that punching is called the straight blast very effective alot like a boxers jab-cross althought alot of throat strikes are employed to incompasitate you opponent quickly this film depicted the flashy side of the art