ah, sorry. I just find it dissapointing that Chinese are so unactive in the martial arts world today. So Americans can openly badmouth Chinese schools and brag about all the Chinese 'masters' they've whooped, while the total lack of Chinese in MMA reflects that weakness.
"I would live to see this guy's students eat their own **** at the hands of a Chinese master. But there are no Chinese masters who compete. "
TM, careful. This kind of comment's a little out of line.
"I just want to see some Chinese in PFC damnit. Warhead, why don't any of your violent friends seek out such things? Seriously, it's making a living with fighting. Sure there's rules and such, but within the confines of those rules, it'd be interesting to see how well Chinese can do."
Think, Who is going to provide them the Visa, the money to America? Wait who is even going to teach them english so they would even know UFC exist! If its that easy, we wouldn't have so many illegal immigrants in the first place.""
PFC is based in Japan. There seems to be plenty of Russians, Americans, Brazillians who can get their way over. Bluenote's mention of the Beijing Jiujitsu society is some hope on this. Though I do not know exactly how these sorts of things are managed, I imagine that the schools the fighters belong to help them in getting to big tournaments. It's true that there's many obstacles to overcome, but I feel like there's little if no enthusiasm in the first place for this sort of thing to happen. Though hearing about the existence of the Beijing Jujitsu association is nice.
warlordgeneral- Bluming and his students have beaten Japanese and other Asian fighters with what they know. Racist or not they're a successful bunch. They're the worst kind of j***, the kind who prove themselves 'right' ., which is why I'd like to see Chinese fighters compete.
"Q: Is anyone willing these days to dedicated their whole life to studying martial arts?"
The people who compete in things like UFC and PFC, you can say they dedicate their whole lives to Martial Arts. Training year round for their fights, and if they're successful, when they reach retirement age they can then train the next generation of martial artists.
Edited by TMPikachu, 28 November 2005 - 06:09 PM.