A normal big man challenged an ITF master and knocked down 😳

11:09:00 AM Tkd kwan 3 Comments

        Some people really do not believe in martial arts, and they see them as something for entertainment and in the movies. 






In this video it seems this big man wanted to check if Taekwondo is a real thing or just a show, so he challenged this ITF master into a sparring. 
The ITF master who looks too smaller compared to the other man accepted the challenge to have a sparring with him. It took only one head kick (Nelyo Chagi) to knock him down. 

Some of the viewers won't like that ITF master took the thing a bit seriously, but Lets see the other side, what if the ITF master was beaten by the normal man? 






Let's watch the video 👇

                        

3 comments:

  1. I happen to be a 4th Dan myself and have been studying TKD for over 22, close to 23 years. I have also spent most of that time training in ITF style in particular. While I do appreciate this video, especially the Master winning, I do have to say that at least in America, there are QUITE a few "Masters" and "Black Belts" that I do not believe have the necessary skills or training necessary to beat normal guys off the street. There has been an over population of martial arts studios that act more as day care facilities to ensure a steady stream of income than studios that focus on the physical and mental fitness of students. This decline in self defense and increase in worrying about income as well and the mind shift of society has unfortunately contributed to street fighters (for lack of a better term) believing that they can fight and beat martial artists in general. I think that all martial artists need to re-focus on building up the martial arts back to being what it was (even how it was treated 30 or 40 years ago) and show how true martial arts can even beat the current fad of MMA.

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  2. This is amazing..
    I could watch this over and over again..what a chagi

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  3. I couldnt agree more with the first post

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