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Sounds to me like a stylized version of American Kenpo (Ed Parker, Tracey, etc.). I practice Tracey Kenpo and we've got a technique we learn as yellow belts called "Attacking Circle" which is used to teach clock-based directions (e.g. Move to 3 o'clock, step to 4:30, etc.) which could easily be called "Tiger vs The Clock" if you were feeling artistic. This ...


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^Everything sourced is credible from what Eugene says, except I don't think Shorinji Kempo ever claimed to be a continuation of Shaolin styles. It's a spiritual successor. In fact, from the looks of it, it seems there's a bigger dispute regarding if styles in China today made it, or if a lot of them were fabricated to please the audience. That part is in ...



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