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Old 12-12-2012, 08:01 PM   #47
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Default Re: Anyone train combat sports?

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Originally Posted by Hazard
Does Kenpo incorporate a ground game? The one thing I don't like about Karate is that it has a lot of flash but very ineffective when taken to the ground, which is where a lot of fights tend to go if you're fighting someone with experience.

There is no ground aspect. I guess if you translate it to MMA the most famous Kenpo practitioner is Chuck Liddell. Hawaiin forms have ground strategy but very limited

I trained in Dumog which is a filipino form of Greco Roman.
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