The worst Taekwondo 5th Dan test ever 🤦‍♂️

6:51:00 AM Tkd kwan 32 Comments


 Won Kuk Lee founded Chung Do Kwan (“Blue Wave School”) in 1944 after studying some forms of Korean martial arts and Karate under G.GM Gechin Funakushi.

Lee Won Kuk was succeeded by Master Duk Sung Son in 1959. GM Son moved to New York in 1963 and established the World Martial arts Association and among his students Michael T. Delay who started training under him in 60s.
The video we have today is about a 5th Dan test conducted by this school who belongs to Chun Do Kwan  school under Michael T. Delay.

The students here look like they are working so hard to be bad, and their performance has nothing to be proud of, and if we try to find an excuse for them we will find nothing, especially that all of them are the same.
We should not blame them for this performance because it seems that they have been trained to bad like this, but we should blame their master for taking the martial art to this shameful level.

Chung Do Kwan is a good martial art and this video is not representing the art, but only representing the school they belong to.
 lets watch this video and feel free to share your opinion about these black belts


32 comments:

  1. This is unbelievable but expected these days when the Dollar can buy any belt !

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    1. True and sad so thankful for DanZan Ryu jujitsu

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  2. What the he'll was that nonsense?

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  3. I'm shit but even I do better than that!

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  4. Ok first of all the belt dont mean anything except to hold your pants up. Their techniques wow really. Its just look like a bunch of people who paid to acquire a belt and a Gi. The instructor should be ashamed of himself or herself. I seen better performances. There is more to any martial arts and to understand it and learn it and the concept of it come on people open your eyes. Even martial artist today and the ones been gone would be like what?

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    1. Belt arent for holding your pant up there to so rank for safety but they need to be stripped of rank and reschooled

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  5. This's would be a possible yellow belt test and I might even fail them at that for the roundhouse kicks! I could not believe the techniques and sloppiness that was being demonstrated it was an embarrassment to their style and the history of their style! I would like to see the head instructor get out there and demonstrate some kumotae!

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  6. It looks like me and I am at 10kuy

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  7. Is that a joke?

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  8. They need Master Ken to help them out.

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  9. I think these people have some medical or mental impairment, surely their movements are not natural or is that just me

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  10. It's so nice that they are keeping the special school students active!

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  11. Fake its not taekwondo uniform no seal its fake maybe karate or pretending to be blackbelts

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  12. They must have learned this at a YMCA or gym. Very hard to believe they actually learned this from a higher belt. They must teach themselves.

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  13. I've been in taekwondo for over 40 years this is ridiculous, I blame the instructor and the school for representing taekwondo like this

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    1. I agree, I believe the students have worked hard.. I blame the instruction.

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  14. holy...crap! That is so hipnotizing! :-)

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  15. OMG!!!!! HERE YOU CAN HAVE MY BLACK BELTS I DON'T NEED THEM .. THAT VEDIO WAS NOTHING BUT A JOKE

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  16. Looks like choreographed incompetence

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  17. I don't know why everyone is so hard on these guys. It takes a lot of dedication to be that good at not hitting anyone or doing any martial arts in a martial arts test. That's like Ali level of avoiding martial arts. I dare you to try and duplicate this majestic not-martial-arts.

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  18. Is this some sort of first round coriograph by completely untrained people?... I hate to say it but I would take most any of my students against that class. Very sloppy if ya ask me

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  19. C est une ceinture blanche avec beaucoup de $ en dessous de la table

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  20. I've got to say, I'm more disappointed in the performance of "martial artists" in these comments than I am in those students...

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  21. It is a real shame that a lot of Martial Arts Schools are so commercialized that all they care about is making that money instead of teaching the proper form and technique.

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  22. I encourage these students to keep practicing and to expose themselves to other styles or teachers of tae kwon do as they are all related. 5th dan in any style requires years of dedicated focus and training and each school determines their own levels of competence. Frankly I prefer traditional style but have been fortunate to have been exposed to many. If it werent for the "business" aspect of the art I would likely still be involved in the style. I remember failing an entire group of talented black belts once for not being up to par during a black belt advancment examination, though my decision was overturned due to the financial consequnces for the school.

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  23. We would never be given a point against our opponent if we didn't use correct form. Most of the newer styles throw form completely out the window when kumete starts.

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  24. OMFG, what did I just watch? Two issues, Number 1 some poor misguided people are paying good money and giving up their time to do this, Number 2 heaven forbid they should ever have to use this mess to defend themselves.... The guys can't even do a back kick without falling over FFS............

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