Which martial art is this?

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  1. Bruce7

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    It is not a bad question, although you should expect a little kidding
     
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    good video.
    That is why boxers do well on the street.
     
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    Great! Is it taught anywhere near you? If not, it's kind of irrelevant. I live in a city of a million people, a quick Google search tells me the nearest place teaching Yin Style Bagua is about 5 hours away. You have to work with what you got.
     
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    Out of curiosity, what sort of experience do you have with fighting and martial arts? I noticed that in your description you make some statements which seem to involve assumptions about the nature of fighting which might not actually be correct.

    If you have inaccurate inputs then the solution will not be correct.

    I'm not trying to be deliberately rude, it's just that, over the years, I've seen countless people say what boils down to, "I know all about fighting works, so teach me how to fight." When someone tries to point out that their assumptions might not be right, well, it goes down from there.

    Peace favor your sword,
    Kirk
     
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