Another video surfaces of a phony Chinese kung fu fighter getting beat down by a combat sport athlete
By: Keoni Everington, Taiwan News, Staff Writer
TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — Another fake kung fu fighter met his match when he was
knocked out by a boxer within seven seconds on May 4, a few days after the infamous match between an MMA gym owner and self-professed “tai chi master.”
This time, another faux fighter, who claimed to be a disciple of the Wudang (武當) style of kung fu, is shown in a Weibo video being bounded to the turf like a rag doll in seven seconds by a boxer.
In the grainy video titled “Wudang kung fu master fights for traditional martial arts at a fight club, but doesn’t last for seven seconds,” a man is see wearing a black kung fu uniform with white boxing gloves, while a bare-chested boxer can be seen with bright green boxing gloves. Not to leave viewers disappointed, the boxer quickly goes to work and punches the pseudo kung fu “master” to a pulp.
The video is the latest in a series of videos showing purported “kung fu masters” taking on mixed martial artists and boxers. The previous being the clash between an MMA gym promoter Xu Xiao-dong (徐曉冬) and a massage therapist turned “tai chi master” Wei Lei (魏雷), which ended with the latter being punched into submission within ten seconds. [FULL STORY]