So the only rule to this is that, it has to be true. It doesn't have to be spectacular in order for it to be cool. It only has to be cool. For me I only have three things that were really cool. 1. One day while sparring against another instructor, we some how started punching down the same path at the same time. The result was that our fist met head on, and you could hear bone hit bone each time. This wasn't something that we were trying to do, but it was just like out of the Movies. He would do his technique and I would do mine technique and then you'll hear the bone hit bone as our punches collided with each other. That went on for about 3 minutes and we probably had maybe 6 or 7 collisions. We kind of blew it off the first 2 times but after that, it became weird. This happened without gloves on and we weren't going full force. Had I not actually experienced it myself, I would have call BS on it happening more than twice. Unfortunately that day I wasn't recording but it would have been cool to capture that on film. 2. The cool thing that happened to me was also during sparring. It was me vs Sanda and the Sanda guy is good and sneaky. He was good enough where he can take what you are doing and use it against you during the fight. So one day we are sparring and I was trying to lure him in which I know people can pick that up, but what I didn't realize, not only did he pick up what I was doing but he understood what I was trying to do to him. So about 20 seconds later I decide to try to pull of this technique, where I need him charge towards me. At that moment I jumped back and he jumped back as well and was trying to pull off the same thing I was trying to set him up for. We did the same technique at the same time. To those on the outside it doesn't look like much, but at that moment I knew and he knew that both of us were playing chess that day. 3. I was sparring with a black belt and he was similar to the guy in #2. It was almost like, a match of "whatever you can do I can do." I get in a successful take down he lands a successful take down. He goes for a sweep I go for a sweep. All of this #2 and #3 happened during light sparring where it was light enough for us to take risks. This one was cool to me because, it started to feel like a battle of techniques. He was showing me that he could pull off his techniques and a I responded in kind. That Sanda school is awesome and the students at that school are awesome. I'm glad I had a chance to spar with them when I did. Lots of laughs that day.