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    Default Jet Li and Tony Ja in the MMA

    Im not sure about Tony Ja but Jet Li is a true student of Shaolin who got into acting later on..

    WHo wins between him and Tony Ja and how would they fare in the MMA?

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    Default Re: Jet Li and Tony Ja in the MMA

    I went to a seminar (think it was ~2005) where the instructor was teaching an older Thai bareknuckle style (not Muay Thai). He was one of the instructors (Amnat Pooksriruk) who taught Tony Jaa. So Jaa has some real MA training.

    In terms of total Martial Arts experience, Jet is older, he turned 50 recently, Jaa is i think in his 30's, so Jet has more experience probably, but Jaa has youth, speed and parkour. May pull off a Anthony "Showtime" Pettis run on cage to a kick that surprised Jose Aldo.

    Guessing both has cross-trained (perhaps not as much as Donnie Yen though), but not dissing Jet, think Jaa takes this fight due to Thai bareknuckle training vs Jet's wushu training - meaning Jaa probably has slightly more realistic sparring than Jet and some of Jet's movies, there was wire-fu involved.
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    Default Re: Jet Li and Tony Ja in the MMA

    Tony is younger and has training in a legit fighting style. From what I understand, Wushu incorporates a lot of dance and coerographed moves.

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    Default Re: Jet Li and Tony Ja in the MMA

    Chuck Norris beats both those asses
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    Default Re: Jet Li and Tony Ja in the MMA

    Quote Originally Posted by VictorCharlie View Post
    Chuck Norris beats both those asses
    So does a good college wrestler. Soon as he gets the single or double leg, its all over.
    "You knocked him down...now how bout you try knockin me down ?"

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