Filmed using the Holga Toy Camera.
A real coffee table read. Every Hotel and reception should have a copy of Randy Couture's 'The Last Round'
Muay Thai Kickboxing JuJitsu Judo Karate KungFu TaeKwondo Wrestling Boxing
Royce Gracie Talks to Ronnie Green
All Instructors for Simingdam are true mixed martial artists, before the strange name was ever invented or mentioned. Bruce Lee is truly responsible for introducing the concept.
You can see here in the picture below and no dowt you saw the film, the only difference is the gloves Bruce lee is wearing.
You can't master all the arts and you will find it very difficult just to master one. If not then you need to question your own motives. Mixed martial arts is a new concept to the general public but it has 'mixed' views amongst Instructors that are taught just one martial art.
Many years ago you only needed one martial art to cover all aspects of 'self-defence', to do two was a sin, and why did they need to!
In more modern time, due to lack of competent instructors. Honkers and Mixed up Martial Artists search around the world for what they should be searching for within. Its money and fame that are the new rewards, forget respect. As for respect most MMA practitioners hate themselves when they have lost.
As part of the Ronniegreentv experience this page will help the modern mixed martial artist understand the concept and the make up of new mixed martial arts.
Heres Master Ronnie and Royce Gracie during the Royce Gracie Ju Jitsu Tour of the UK 2008.
You may consider Royce as MMA but truly his art is Brazilian Ju Jitsu, and taught to Royce by his father Helio Gracie. Yes Royce competes in UFC and MMA and his family are champions around the world. The Gracie family have proven to you all that if you have a competent teacher you will become competent. If you have a great teach as did all of the Gracie brothers and family, then you truly will have great champions. Ju Jitsu is from Japan and is a Japanese word. The Brazilian part means modified by the Brazilians (Gracie).
Yes, it is true that you may need to add extra knowledge to your art if the rules of engagement say so. Boxers don't fight on the floor and Judo practitioners don't strike in competition so to compare the two is impossible. And they wouldn't need to test the two different arts that way.
Is David Beckham a Rugby player too? You know the answers.
UFC and MMA have only tried to unify the martial arts but this is like saying which is the better, the stronger: Music or writing, both are powerful, the correct song can make any man cry, same with a letter of good news, it can make you smile.
The modern martial artists seem hell bent on learning everything in fighting: boxing; grappling; shoot; thai; kick. Practically it is impossible. It takes many years just to learn ONE !
Don't be fooled by the rules. On the street there is no rules. In real life there are no rules. Grappling and knives don't mix well. Neither do heads and paving stones.
Take away the money, the aggression and the blood thirsty crowd and see how you fight on your own.
That's what the young Ronnie Green did. Like climbing Everest. And Ronnie went along with no crowd, no friends to back him up, just Ronnie and the Thais. Hence they named Ronnie the 'Dark Knight', his teacher Master Toddy called him Simingdam the 'Black Tiger'. There is only one Tiger on this mountain.
Royce has done the same. That's why Royce is a Legend. You may beat them once but these people can't be beat all the time.
A war is won with many battles...some battles you don't win. There wars was won!!!
MMA.... Have you ever tried to chase two rabbits at once? What was the outcome? Was it fun?