Taekwondo Black Belt GETS DESTROYED By Xu Xiaodong Friend Xuan Wu

11:34:00 AM Tkd kwan 1 Comments


An alleged Taekwondo black belt faced Xu Xiaodong's friend Xuan Wu in a match between Taekwondo champion Li Zhengfan and MMA fighter Xuan Wu, highlighting the contrast between those accustomed to full-contact fighting versus those who are not. The Taekwondo athlete suffered defeat against the Kickboxer.
Taekwondo and kickboxing are both popular martial arts that involve striking techniques using the hands and feet. However, there are some key differences between the two disciplines.
Taekwondo is a Korean martial art that focuses on high kicks, fast strikes, and fluid movements. It places a strong emphasis on kicking techniques, including spinning and jumping kicks, as well as traditional forms (poomsae) and sparring. Taekwondo also emphasizes discipline, respect, and self-control. It is known for its acrobatic and flashy kicks, as well as its emphasis on footwork and agility. Taekwondo is a popular martial art for self-defense, physical fitness, and competition.
On the other hand, kickboxing is a combat sport that combines elements of boxing and martial arts, such as Karate and Muay Thai. Kickboxing involves punching, kicking, knee strikes, and elbow strikes. It is a full-contact sport that is often practiced in a ring with rules and regulations similar to boxing. Kickboxing focuses on developing power, speed, and endurance, as well as improving striking techniques and defensive skills. It is a popular sport for competition, fitness, and self-defense.
In terms of techniques, Taekwondo emphasizes kicking techniques and uses a wider variety of kicks compared to kickboxing. Kickboxing, on the other hand, focuses on a combination of punches and kicks with a greater emphasis on punching techniques. Additionally, the rules and regulations of Taekwondo and kickboxing competitions differ, with Taekwondo competitions often scoring points based on accuracy and technique, while kickboxing competitions score based on the number of strikes landed and overall aggression.
In summary, while both Taekwondo and kickboxing involve striking techniques using the hands and feet, they differ in terms of emphasis on kicking vs. punching, styles of movement, rules and regulations, and overall focus. practition impression of maximum control, martial aesthetics, and physical fitness, while kickboxing focuses more on practical self-defense, combat sport competition, and enhancing striking techniques and power.

1 comment:

  1. It’s a shame Taekwondo sparring doesn’t use the more traditional strikes. It then would include knees and elbows. A massive difference in TKD is the difference from the sport side compared to the traditional side. Although the sport side can no longer be classed as a sport. To much interference has made it more of a game