Monthly Archives: July 2016

(reproduced from http://shaolin.org/shaolin/kungfu-sets/fierce-tiger.html) “Fierce Tiger Speeds through Valley” is the second combat application set of Shaolin Kungfu in our school. It comprises of basic Combat Sequences 5 to 8, and helps to extend the repertoire of kungfu techniques of Shaolin Kungfu students. 5. Fierce Tiger Speeds Through Valley 6. Dark Dragon Draws Water 7. Chop […]

via FIERCE TIGER SPEEDS THROUGH VALLEY — Shaolin Wahnam Kuala Lumpur

You get hurt, hurt ‘em back. You get killed… walk it off. There’s a moment in Marvel Avengers: Age of Ultron when Steve Rogers addresses his assembled superheroes before going into battle against impossible odds with: “You get hurt, hurt ’em back. You get killed… walk it off.” I’m not saying Poland’s Joanna Jędrzejczyk is a Captain […]

via Joanna Champion: It’s all in the legs — The Tai Chi Notebook

Fans were treated to some high level Brazilian jiu-jitsu in some of the matches in historic UFC 200. Buy PPV Daniel Cormier – LHW Champion and Olympic wrestler had a super fight against legend Anderson Silva. As many expected of an elite level wrestler, Cormier was able to take Silva to the mat and keep […]

via UFC 200 – Cormier vs Silva Bottom Defense Analysis — John Battles’ Blog

Middleweight king defends belts against Sheffield star in London on September 10 Matchroom Boxing and K2 Promotions are delighted to announce that Gennady Golovkin will defend his IBF, WBA, WBC and IBO middleweight titles against IBF welterweight champion Kell Brook at The O2 in London on September 10th. The two unbeaten stars collide in […]

via Golovkin to defend middleweight titles against Kell Brook — left field sport

(LAS VEGAS) — Manny Pacquiao isn’t ready to give up his night job just yet. Pacquiao, who said before his last fight in April that he would retire, now plans to return to the ring in November against an opponent who has yet to be selected. Promoter Bob Arum said Tuesday that Pacquiao got permission… via […]

via Manny Pacquiao is Making a Comeback This Fall — TIME — The London Press

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