The transcript below is from the video “KungFu Monk vs Taekwondo Master | Don’t Mess With Kung Fu Monk” by NcCrullex.

NcCrullex (YouTube Chhannel Dedicated To All Different Types of Martial Arts):

People always ask who would win if a Kung Fu guy fought a Taekwondo master. We are going to talking about it in this video.

NcCrullex (YouTube Chhannel Dedicated To All Different Types of Martial Arts):

Kung Fu versus Karate. Kung Fu has many styles. You end up with a huge array of techniques that are much more deceptive, fluid and effective from various angles. And systems that can be used to attack and defend against multiple opponents. Kung Fu is a much more complete system as a whole, but not every kung fu school has the ability to teach it all.

NcCrullex (YouTube Chhannel Dedicated To All Different Types of Martial Arts):

There are a few. Most have just one or two styles that they teach, i.e. some are mantas schools that teach Mantis and Tai Chi, others are White Crane schools that teach White Crane Kung Fu and Tai Chi. You’ll notice that many schools teach Tai Chi as a supplement because Tai Chi helps any style as it teaches the art of yielding and striking with internal power. Which will help you no matter what other style you were.

NcCrullex (YouTube Chhannel Dedicated To All Different Types of Martial Arts):

Now, while Kung Fu is a much more complete system, a person that learns Karate would have less techniques overall, but will probably drill those few techniques much more often and therefore learn them well to be able to use them effectively in combat.

NcCrullex (YouTube Chhannel Dedicated To All Different Types of Martial Arts):

So a karate practitioner can beat a Kung Fu guy just as easily as the other way around. It really just depends on the fighter. In Kung Fu, often the disciple is left to use their own judgment and choose their own favorite techniques and drill those techniques on their way.

NcCrullex (YouTube Chhannel Dedicated To All Different Types of Martial Arts):

So it’s really up to the individual fighters whether one will come up on top or the other, in an sparring match or fight. There are many Kung Fu practitioners who don’t spar often, and without actual sparring practice, one cannot become good at combat, no matter which style you have to put in the effort. But if you’re going to put in the effort, I would choose Kung Fu, as I have.

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