Sheko the Reaper wrote:
I said Tony wins via training in a combat sport, which trumps form-heavy martial arts. Any fighter knows this. I never said he won via strength or speed.
I asked you to prove he is worth a damn out of Chinese martial arts. I want to see what makes him an expert in anything that would stand up to muay thai in a combat scenario. Which really is only boxing + kick defense, BJJ, wrestling and karate + live fight experience (non of that tournament crap where they don’t even strike the head).
So...I am waiting for you to prove it.
Tony Jaa wins training in combat sport? Didn’t Tony Jaa also do tournament? When did he ever fight in real life?
Donnie Yen is actually known for practicing MMA, Chinese martial arts, etc. =/
He’s constantly shown this in many of his movies and biographies, trainings, etc.
And Tony Jaa is better than Donnie Yen in muay thai? O.o
Just because Tony Jaa made a movie about muay thai (which was mostly really all fake techniques) doesn’t mean he’s a muay thai champion fighter or have any fight experience.