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Chinese Sanshou Championship 2013 - Zhu Yang Tao (Shanghai) VS Yinbao (Guangdong)

Men's 56kg
semifinals 2:0

Boxing vs Shanshou

Just a small fight between a BOXING guy ( black T-shirt) and his friend, a SANSHOU guy. the Sanshou guy believes that his arms are fast enough that he does not have to use his legs when fighting with the Boxing guy. But that's very difficult.

No way to win with Sanshou in a math with boxing rule!

Do you argee this video is a night clean fight between boxing vs shanshou not often show on Youtube?

Sanshou Sanda 2016 World Cup Semi Finals France vs China 85 Kg Men

Sanshou Sanda 2016 World Cup Semi Finals France vs China 85 Kg Men

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Sanda/Sanshou World Champion XU JIA HENG - China 2016

wushusport.tv presents: An interview with Sanda World Champion, Xu Jia Heng.
As part of the 2016 Shaanxi Sanda Team coverage.
Taped in Xian summer 2016
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Beginner's Guide to Wushu Sanshou|| Counter Kick And Punch|| Cung Le Sanshou Wushu

Beginner's Guide to Wushu Sanshou|| Counter Kick And Punch|| Cung Le Sanshou Wushu

Cung Le (Vietnamese: Lê Cung; born May 25, 1972)[2] is a Vietnamese-American actor, retired mixed martial artist and Sanshou kickboxer. He competed as a middleweight in the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC), holding a record of 2–2 with the organization. In Sanshou, he is a former International Kickboxing Federation Light Heavyweight World Champion, having a professional Sanshou record of 16–0 before moving to mixed martial arts (Le also held a kickboxing record of 17–0). He defeated Frank Shamrock to become the second Strikeforce Middleweight Champion before vacating the title to further pursue his acting career. Le is perhaps best known in mixed martial arts for competing in Strikeforce, holding a record of 7–1 with the organization before its demise.
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Full Contact - Heavyweight Sanshou Fighting

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BCCMA Sanda / Sanshou Fight Night
K2 Leisure Centre in Crawley
19th July 2014

Stanimir Petrov (Shikon Spartacus) vs Kristian Andonov (Alan Winner)
Under 85kg Weight Category

Kristian Andonov (Alan Winner Academy) fought hard to defend his under 85kg British Sanda title against Stanimir Petrov (Shi Kon Martial Arts / Spartacus MMA). Andonov started aggressively throwing relentless full power punches and kicks, trying to knock out his opponent early in the first and second round. Despite initially dominating and it looking likely that he was going to hold onto his title, many of his heavy strikes missed their target. Petrov changed his tactics after seeing that Andonov was becoming predictable. Petrov began delivering cutting low roundhouse kicks to the thighs with conviction making it difficult for Andonov to hold his balance and posture. Petrov continued the pounding for the remaining rounds winning the title from Andonov 3-2.

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King of muay thai vs King of Sanshou (2012 Superfight)

King of Muay Thai = Saenchai (Muay Thai Legend)

King of Sanshou = JChao LiDao (2009,2010,2011,2012 Sanshou Champion)

Cung Le Sanshou Techniques Fang Shen Do Fight Camp 2011

Cung Le taught Sanshou techniques and was our main guest of honor at our annual Fight camp this year. As you might already know Cung uses Sanda techniques to dominate his opponents in the UFC. Sanshou simply means Free hand fighting and isn't a style per say but the application of kung-fu techniques with full contact. Brutal knock-outs and finishes as well as explosive throws and sweeps make up this sport. Extremely popular in China with some schools boasting 1000 students, Sanshou fighters are mixing ground grappling techniques to become every well rounded adversaries. One of the reasons why Sanshou is so attractive and quickly rivaling Muay Thai as the go to stand up art is the mixing of all 3 elements. Boxing with Elbows, Kicking and sweeps mixed in with Judo like throws. This way the student doesn't need to learn a throwing art like a Muay Thai fighter would in order to stay competitive in MMA.

Sanshou means Free Hand or traditionally, Sparring is called Sanda which means Free Fighting. It's a mixture of various Kung-Fu styles rolled into one. Kinda like how the Soviets created their Sambo or how MMA has evolved in North America and now the world.

Wu Quan Li Xanda Sanshou training

O scurta prezentare a stilului practicat in sala noastra. Pt mai multe detalii accesati

CHINA NATIONAL SANDA TRAINING The Best Of Wushu Sanshou

is honoured and proud to broadcast the best in Sanda: The China National Team in training

2013 K-1 MAX: Sanshou VS Muaty thai: Zhang Kaiyin KO Longern Superpro Samui

2013,12,28., 2013 K1_MAX, Zhang kaiyin is one of top Sanshou fighters from china, he koed many muay thai world kings for example Lamsongkram Chuwattana. and John Wayne Parr(JWP), while Longern Superpro Samui ( thailand) is national muay thai champion of thailand, K-1 67KG title. 100 fights, 80 win

2003 San Shou World Championship Highlights

2003 San Shou World Championship Highlights from Macau. A longer hightlight.

Sanshou Sanda 2016 World Cup Semi Finals Russia vs Vietnam 60 Kg Men

Sanshou Sanda 2016 World Cup Semi Finals Russia vs Vietnam 60 Kg Men

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Sanda/SanShou INTERVIEW BI YE Shaanxi First Team Coach

wushusport.tv presents: An interview with Shaanxi First Team Sanda Coach, Bi Ye summer 2016

BCCMA Sanshou Fight Night Highlights

Highlights from the Sanshou Ultimate Challenge Fight Night which took place on 8th February 2014 at the K2 Leisure Centre in Crawley, promoted by the British Council for Chinese Martial Arts.

BCCMA Sanda fight nights are fast paced events in which male and female fighters from different schools around the United Kingdom compete against each other in a series of amateur and title bouts.

San Da, or San Shou, is a Chinese self defence system and combat sport. Sanshou is a martial art which was originally developed by the Chinese military based upon the study and practices of traditional Kung Fu and modern combat fighting techniques. It combines full contact kickboxing with wrestling, takedowns, throws, sweeps, and kick catches.

Not seen as a style itself, rather it is considered as just one component of Chinese martial arts training and is often taught alongside traditional methods. Sport Wushu competitions are an opportunity for martial artists to test their skill against fighters in the same weight category. Win or lose, it's valuable experience.

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Schools represented :

Alan Winner Academy
Hastings Kickboxing Academy
Northern Shaolin System Kung Fu Traditional Wu Shu
Nam Yang Pugilistic Association
Sanshou UK Chinese Boxing Association
SD Phoenix School of Martial Arts
Shaolin Nam Pai Chuan
Shaolin Temple Academy
Shin Gi Tai Martial Arts Academy
Shikon Martial Arts
Taoist Arts Organisation

Fighters :

Under 60kg
Pamella Bisson (Alan Winner) vs Donna Boon (SD Phoenix)

Under 65kg
Julian Darda (Taoist Arts) vs Tom Moffit (Sanshou UK)

Under 70kg
Veselin Ivanov Madman (Shikon) vs Sam Roberts (Shaolin Temple)
Kathrin Meier (Taoist Arts) vs Carrie Cooper (Hastings Kickboxing)
Steve Keen (Nam Yang) vs Jamie Venning (Shin Gi Tai)
Daniel Lambert Powell (Shaolin Temple) vs Nathen Smith (Hastings Kickboxing)
Adrian Garcia (Taoist Arts) vs Josh Simmonds (Hastings Kickboxing)

Under 80kg
James McGee (Nam Pai Chuan) vs Richard Keeler (Sanshou UK)
James McGee (Nam Pai Chuan) vs Adam Ibrahim (Northern Shaolin)
Adam Ibrahim (Northern Shaolin) vs Richard Keeler (Sanshou UK)

Under 90kg
Kristian Andanov (Alan Winner) vs Andy Mckenzie (Shin Gi Tai)
Leon Roberts (SD Phoenix) vs Tony Kent (Alan Winner)

Over 90kg
Malcolm Effioing (Alan Winner) vs Steve Abbott (SD Phoenix)

A arte do guerreiro (The art of the warrior) - Sanshou

Matéria sobre Sanshou que foi exibida no especial de natal do pragrama Sensei da SporTV. O video é uma produção independente realizada por Daniel Barros ( e co-produzida pela Videocubo.tv.
Inicialmente vemos o lutador profissional Gilvan Alves falando a sua filosofia de vida e depois o Mestre Marco Serra fazendo uma pequena explicação sobre o que é o sanshou.
Todo o filme foi rodado no Instituto de Kung Fu Shaolin.
Agradecimentos: Calebe Ferres, Mário Filho, Ana Hissa, Victor Reis, Davi Moori, Diogo Dias, Sifu Marco Serra, Prof. Gilvan Alves, Prof. Claudio Pereira, Ana Paula Brito e a todos os alunos.

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Cung Le 1998 SanShou demonstration

Cung Le 1998 San Shou exhibition/demonstration

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