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#145205 - 05/20/05 09:37 PM Re: Drunken Styles [Re: Victor Smith]
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I liked Jackie Chans Drunken Master 2 I think was really funny when he drank the gasoline and spit fire. Also I would have taken Drunken Boxing but I was too drunk to make it too class hahahaha lol j/k.
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#145206 - 05/23/05 12:17 PM Re: Drunken Styles [Re: Rumble]
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not sure if this is what you want to see, but i found a clip of drunken boxing v kyushin
credits to www.bullshido.com

http://www.bullshido.net/modules.php?name=Links&file=viewlinkinfo&id=45

seems alright. there is alot of drunken kungfu bashing going on in the posts. but i still think it was impressive.

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#145207 - 05/23/05 05:51 PM Re: Drunken Styles [Re: srichards]
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Quote:

not sure if this is what you want to see, but i found a clip of drunken boxing v kyushin
credits to www.bullshido.com

No dont get me wrong I wasnt bashing Drunkin style I was just making a joke to lighten up the situation. I have experienced drunken boxing first hand when I sparred with a practitioner of this style. At first when he told me what style he was I thought that drunken crap is fake but when I sparred with him at first I had a hard time hitting him with his unorthadox and unpredictable way of fighting. He actually hit me a couple of time before I caught him. Although this style has alot of weaknesses I wont go into detail about that. Plus if the guy I sparred with was a Master in this style and not just a apprentice he would of been a more formidal opponent.

http://www.bullshido.net/modules.php?name=Links&file=viewlinkinfo&id=45

seems alright. there is alot of drunken kungfu bashing going on in the posts. but i still think it was impressive.


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#145208 - 05/23/05 08:26 PM Re: Drunken Styles [Re: Rumble]
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That clip is dumb. Propaganda, and nothing else. It is like when Royce Gracie beat the MMA, and his brother claimed it was a "gong fu expert." Just for publicity.

You can tell its not really drunken kung fu.
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#145209 - 05/24/05 10:20 AM Re: Drunken Styles [Re: srichards]
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i've seen that vid before. it seems to me the drunken style guys are more focused on acting drunk than getting any attacks in, but i can imagine it would be really hard to focus on the acting while at the same time focusing on your opponent. maybe the kung fu guys there just need some more time to train. the few puches they throw hit in places that it seems wouldn't effect the opponent much and they get kicked in the face repeatedly.. it's definetly not impressive IMO

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#145210 - 06/10/05 09:32 AM Re: Drunken Styles? [Re: Kintama]
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what's a Drunken style? it it like an M.A to use when your smashed? like decking someone with beer mug?
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#145211 - 06/10/05 10:19 PM Re: Drunken Styles? [Re: TKD-Skippi]
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what's a Drunken style? it it like an M.A to use when your smashed? like decking someone with beer mug?





Seeing that you are from the land of the 'wee dram' it shouldn't be too difficult to imagine a high level MA master fighting when he is actually drunk? with the wobbly legs, hands flaying haphazardly etc (the beer mug, with or without contents, is optional) and yet surprisingly managed to get, effortlessly, a few strikes in.

But seriously, there isn't a complete system called a drunken style (like the crane, monkey, eagle) where every form, hand or weapon, is done in a 'drunken manner'

The feature of a drunken form (hand or weapon) is the deceptive, sudden and unpredictable changes of leg, hand movements; it looks like a drunk person trying to fight and so its called a drunken form. The main tactic is unpredictability; try predicting what a real drunk will do next, the next time (tonight?) you visit your local.

Its usually done by senior students because of the kind of very short-range power needed for the strikes to be effective; because once you chamber too much, the deceptive / surprise element is gone, and you should also be able to strike effectively from odd angles and with sudden changes of direction, just like a drunk would need to.

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#145212 - 06/11/05 04:41 AM Re: Drunken Styles? [Re: ButterflyPalm]
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In Yang tai chi it is one of three methods of practising the form. "Monk" style is peaceful and very internal, "Warrior" style is with fighting intention and application in mind and "Drunken" is usually called "Sick Man" style so you have the large expressive, explosive movements similar to someone vomiting. It's a very powerful way of training.
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#145213 - 06/12/05 12:38 AM Re: Drunken Styles? [Re: Bossman]
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I am taking you seriously here. There is a 'drunken' Yang tai chi form or the normal form
done in a drunken manner?

The expressive, explosive 'sick man' method will help the fajin part I suppose, as it does in Chen
tai chi?

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#145214 - 06/12/05 03:58 AM Re: Drunken Styles? [Re: ButterflyPalm]
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That's right. It's focusing on certain aspects of the form, as I said it tends to be called 'sick man' (because of the method of deriving power) you can also focus and do the form by exagerating snake, crane or tiger.
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