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    Default 2003 San Shou World Championship Highlights

    Not a big fan of competitive sparring but I must say I liked this. Something I would watch in the Olympics, if it were there.

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    Default Re: 2003 San Shou World Championship Highlights

    [QUOTE=Z-Rex;163073]Not a big fan of competitive sparring but I must say I liked this. Something I would watch in the Olympics, if it were there.

    Quite a number of years ago, Cung Le in an interview for a MA magazine said that he trained in China with some San Shou guys. He said that they were members of PRC Army and that they were very good. He also said that they were exceptional at leg trapping and catching kicks.

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    Great stuff! San Shou is the same rule set as the Lei Tai competition our fighters fight in.
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    Default Re: 2003 San Shou World Championship Highlights

    Pretty much kickboxing with sweeps and takedowns. I like it.
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    Default Re: 2003 San Shou World Championship Highlights

    Quote Originally Posted by MarkC View Post
    Pretty much kickboxing with sweeps and takedowns. I like it.
    As always, "it depends".

    San Shou is the combat applications of the TCMAs, so you will actually see some differences based on style and what type of competition it is. So you will see some examples like this that look like kickboxing with sweeps, throws and takedowns or other examples where it looks more like we envision kung fu to be. There is also a military version of SanShou/SanDa that is out there, which is obviously different in some regards and it's sparring is different as well.
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    That really looks like fun. Thanks for posting it Zoran.
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