David Valadez wrote:
A reason why practicality can't only be defined by what worked:
Are you saying that just because he threw a hay-maker that worked doesn't justify the poor movement to evade the opponents advance, the flurry of "blocks", or the fact that his advance looked like he was trying to walk up stairs?
I think those are the folks that give MAs a bad name.
BTW: I think his leaning away from the attackers strikes demonstrates why one should train with kata. If he had muscle memory, I'm certain KF/GF has something in its reportoire to counter a strike
And what's up with the goofy stance from the get?