Discussion in 'OT Bar' started by adrenalin112, Jul 21, 2008.
the instructors look quite
ok what the hell
that explains a bit. i was wondering what basis they had for how he was fighting all the gangsters/swat guys.
was also used in mission impossible 3 by tommy cruise.
Pretty cool. Reminds me of CM.
CM is Crazy Monkey Boxing. Its a boxing style that focus's on just one basic head defense. Pretty effective and I still use it when I get overwhelmed. Rampage used to use something similar, especially in Wandy v Rampage II.
and it looked fucking stupid there too. the way they do a lot of their moves actually sorta works for bats as he has the gauntlets on but i would've loved to see him do "more".
yeah its real similar to Krav Maga, JKD and all of those para military/fusion martial arts. Tigre have you been training or whats going on with you did you ever find a decent gym down here?
still doing krav just for the sake of being active twice a week.
yeah at times it seemed like he was exaggerating the movements and doing pirouettes as he threw an elbow.
to be fair, for the sake of the movies you have to exaggerate a bit or you can't see it and that was one of the complaints of batman begins, the fights were too close in and you couldn't see wtf was going on.
i'd still love to see bats thai clinch someone and knee them in the skull.
So according to him Irvin was looking away.
making sure his stupid tats were still there.
looks like standard boxing to me
just spit out some water that luckily missed my laptop
honestly though, i would've loved to see "real" techniques in the movie.
thats for the spoiler you piece of shit.
I fucking hate you guys seriously.
aww c'mon ben, it doesn't mean anything... irvin may or may not have recovered from being hit once.
It is a standard move in boxing, but they have the whole system revolved around that defensive move and the stance is very specific. Its made to be more geared toward MMA where body shots aren't usually a big deal.
I sorta half do it, because I can't take liver shots like that guy can, so I only use my lead hand to block like that and my rear elbow stays down to cover my ribs.
Well, Irving got hit in the jaw, not in the forehead.
at some gyms when people are starting out they exagerate the movements when they train because when you use the technique in a real life situation and you rush it you shorten the technique. Also they exagerate the movements in training when teaching so that the people can get the concept better. They clean it up later on once they get the hang of it.