Is Boxing The New Kung Fu? (Bare-Knuckle Revelation & Analysis) - Dynasty Clothing MMA

Is Boxing The New Kung Fu? (Bare-Knuckle Revelation & Analysis)

On June 22, 2019. Artem Lobov (30-15, MMA), an MMA journeyman managed to edge out former World Champion professional boxer Paulie Malignaggi (36-8, Boxing) in a bare-knuckle boxing match at Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship 6: Malignaggi vs. Lobov.

The unexpected result sent shockwaves throughout the combat sports world and “exposed” the sport of boxing.

In this blog post, we will look at the elements of boxing without gloves on, and if that means boxing training is, to some people who define it as such, the new "Kung Fu" (referring to a martial art or system that is only effective in its own ecosystem but ineffective once it is applied to the reality of fighting).
July 24, 2019 — Dynasty Team
Utilizing Karate in Stand-Up Fighting (with videos) - Dynasty Clothing MMA

Utilizing Karate in Stand-Up Fighting (with videos)

We take a look at the Okinawan Karate techniques utilized in a world class competitive fighting environment, (ie. the Ultimate Fighting Championship / UFC), and mainly the only man who is able to make use of such techniques in former UFC Light Heavyweight Champion and UFC Middleweight contender, and current Bellator MMA contender, Lyoto "The Dragon" Machida.

We will breakdown the most important moves that the rest of the MMA world or new school fans unaccustomed to Karate will find "elusive" and "weird".

July 23, 2019 — Dynasty Team
Utilizing Wing Chun Kung Fu in Stand-Up Fighting (with videos) - Dynasty Clothing MMA

Utilizing Wing Chun Kung Fu in Stand-Up Fighting (with videos)

In an ongoing continuation of diving into the lesser-known techniques in traditional martial arts in order to make better sense of how they can be utilized, we bring you Wing Chun Kung Fu, one of the most popular and effective styles of Chinese Kung Fu that is practiced worldwide, thanks to Grandmaster Ip Man and the legendary icon Bruce Lee himself.
July 22, 2019 — Dynasty Team
Mongolian Bokh Wrestling & Chinese Wrestling - Origins of Sumo, Judo, Jiu Jitsu - Dynasty Clothing MMA

Mongolian Bokh Wrestling & Chinese Wrestling - Origins of Sumo, Judo, Jiu Jitsu

The Mongolians were the "OG's" of grappling - Original Grapplers. They were practicing wrestling since before time, and used their superior fighting skills, strength, and conditioning to rule over and conquer many other lands.
January 18, 2018 — Dynasty Team
Where Are The Chinese Fighters? (Why MMA Has Not Flourished In Chinese Society) - Dynasty Clothing MMA

Where Are The Chinese Fighters? (Why MMA Has Not Flourished In Chinese Society)

Being the birthplace of Asian martial arts (as the Chinese phrase goes: "all martial arts come from Shaolin" - albeit with influences from India), China (a.k.a. The Middle Kingdom) possesses over five thousand years of history, and is the central origin of all Asian people and culture that can be traced back to the ancient times. While they won't openly admit it, neighbouring nations such as Japan, Korea, and all of South East Asia owe their historical and cultural roots to China, in one way or another.

Why is it then, in a society of more than 2 billion ethnic Chinese people scattered across the globe combined, we have not had any successful Chinese fighters (so far)? Why is it that Japan, a tiny island comprised of only about 125 million people, has produced some of the sport's most legendary MMA fighters, and Korea is taking the lead in pushing the next wave of successful Asian fighters, while China (and its neighbouring Chinese populations in and of Hong Kong, Taiwan, and Macau) is still the odd country out of the party? Why have Chinese fighters failed to find success at prize fighting and what is it that makes Chinese people "different" than other Asian fighters?

April 24, 2017 — Dynasty Team