The Chinese Tai Chi was defeated by an inexperienced MMA fighter in 10 seconds. What’s the MMA that’s so strong in the end?
Recently, Chinese netizens are very interested in the knowledge that traditional martial arts masters are publicly presenting to MMA the challenge of modern martial arts. The cause of the incident was a clip about a spectacular “solo” process between Xu Xiaodong-an MMA-style fighter, and Wei Lei (Lei Lei)-a master of Tai Chi.
However the incident also leads many people to doubt the traditional martial arts, while also curious about MMA. After all, what is the MMA that Xu Xiaodong is able to use to ‘lift his voice’ in a land that prides itself on being the cradle of the millennial kungfu?
MMA stands for Mixed Martial Arts, which means mixed martial arts. By and large, MMA would have to use several different martial arts at the same time.
While traditional martial arts concentrate on boxing, moving, and fighting, MMA takes advantage of the strengths of many martial arts to form its own fighting style. There are three ways to fight as follows:
The fighting style uses wrestling, highlights such as Boxing, Kickboxing, Muay Thai, Battle Sambo, Karate, Taekwondo (standing)
Free-body artifacts, Judo, Jiu-jitsu, and Sambo can boost stuffing, grappling, and throwing, while Muay Thai improves stuffing strength when fighting (stuffing, stuff)
Jiu-Jitsu, Judo, Jujutsu, Sambo… Help control situations after wrestling, improve grip, hold and protect in such circumstances.
It’s seldom an MMA fighter who practices a particular style of combat, but the style of fighting can be flexibly used depending on the situation.
It is common for a martial artist to train with several different masters, and it is not rare for a person to use a boxing pose, but to fire high and dangerous muay kicks, then to dive into objects. And a necklace like the Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu.