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May 25, 2012
6:31 pm
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I had this vhs back in the day. Found it on youtube. Mr. Inosanto is doing the narration. Man I’m getting old.

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v…..re=related

May 25, 2012
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You can learn so much just from watching Ajran Chai move.  What a great man!

May 26, 2012
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Thats great footage ,those elbows are awesome , you would have yourself a little sleep if those connected ! 

Guru Inosanto is a true legend , i taped this series on good old vhs from the tv , not sure if it ever made it to the states 

cheers paul

May 26, 2012
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Hiya all

This is from the same tv series ‘The Way of the Warrior’.

I always thought this guy was impressive, are pressure points used much?

I would have thought in a close up situation like grappling it would be a prime time to use them.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?f…..3ivTjNwUSk

 

Cheers

Normy

May 26, 2012
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Ha ha i remember that episode !! 

I dont think its so much pressure point as it is a good old fashioned knock out ! jolting the brain so it hits the skull or cutting off the oxygen supply by striking the cartoid artery and of course the good old rnc .

Kyusho points have always been a part of martial arts and were used a lot in my ju jutsu /ninjutsu background , they were used to release a grip or hold before applying a lock or throw or striking them with a particular type of fist to destroy the opponents attacking limb etc .  However i would not chase them in self defence situation , i have seen a police officer trying to subdue an aggressive guy on the ground put driving his thumb into the yugasumi point below the ear which of course just caused extreme pain and even more struggling to get away from it !!

all the best Paul.

May 26, 2012
11:52 am
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Normy said

Hiya all

This is from the same tv series ‘The Way of the Warrior’.

I always thought this guy was impressive, are pressure points used much?

I would have thought in a close up situation like grappling it would be a prime time to use them.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?f…..3ivTjNwUSk

 

Cheers

Normy

 

 

 

Kiser and I have adapted the short shots from the Prumb to short shots from whenever we’re inside someone’s guard and have a Can Opener on them.

May 27, 2012
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Hi all

Loved all the clips, thanks Dr Sick, interesting to see pressure points in use there.

The forearm blow was interesting too like Thai kicks not using the foot but the shin, not using the hand but the longer bigger bone of the arm.

It reminded me of this clip (lots of swearing here so sorry in advance about the language)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v…..=endscreen

 

Cheers

Normy

May 27, 2012
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Ahw Man!  When I went to watch the clip it said “The uplaoder has not made this video available in your country.”  That’s the first time I’ve seen that before.  🙁

May 27, 2012
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Hi Dr Sick

Sorry that’s unlucky, you could try putting Mo Teague in youtube, that’s the stockier guy demonstrating on Danny Dyer.

This guy had a big reputation as a street fighter, he said went to the States and beat a fighter called Big John MacCormack in a bottle factory, smashed both his hands up in the process.

What he shows here seems basic but quick (for a big guy) close quarter moves:

 

Normy

May 27, 2012
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Hey Normy 

The Guv ‘nor , what a beast eh ! remember this one 

 

Thats unlicenced boxing for ya , Roy ” pretty boy ” Shaw was  good too  .

 

cheer Paul

May 28, 2012
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What an animal!! :/

May 28, 2012
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naturalbornfighter1 said

What an animal!! :/

True , but i woul not have been telling him so !! he was good in ” Lock stock and two smoking barrels ” .he died in 1998.

cheers paul. 

May 29, 2012
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Hiya all

Paul, the Bradshaw fight yes I’ve seen it a few times. Lenny was beaten a few times but not on the cobbles.

Roy Shaw fought and beat Ron Stander who lost to Frazier for a title shot in 72, but I think he had sustained a cracked rib before the Shaw fight. 

Here’s a classic round from probably my all time favourite fight, if you can you should watch the whole thing. Rocky or what!:

 

Cheers

Normy

May 29, 2012
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Hi Normy 

thats an epic fight , now that is a ” who has the strongest chin ” contest !!

talking of roy shaw did you see the mad dog mullins fight ? two falls or a submission ha ha ! mind you lenny mclean used him as a punch bag in there first fights though ;

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check out the knockouts at 2.02 and 3.03   oh and the knockouts at 2.17 lol !

 

cheers paul

May 29, 2012
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Hi Paul

I saw that Mullins fight, not quite Marquis of Queensbury ha ha.

Roy Shaw states that he beat Lenny in their first encounter and that Lenny won the second two fights. Lenny confirmed this somewhere but states in the first fight his gloves didn’t fit properly and he couldn’t make a proper fist. So 2-1 to Lenny.

Notice that Nosher Powell (good British heavyweight) was the MC in some of these fights, I spoken to him a couple of times when he worked the door at The Green Man pub (now a Chinese restaurant) in the Old Kent Rd.

Apart from boxing he has been in so many films and tv shows as an actor and stuntman, from Bond films to Carry on films and Are You Being Served!

 

I remember watching this on tv, Dave Courtney going to work:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v…..z9fLJyM548

 

Cheers

Normy

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