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Leung Kar Yan vs Wilson Tong

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Originally posted in the 'Daily FuTube Showcase' on 10/3/11

{TEXT1}Shapes and Footwork galore. Classic fight scene from the movie 'The Victim'.

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As I've said elsewhere, when I stumbled across this end fight in April, this made me look into old school Kung Fu.

I can see why folks call Wilson Tong 'the foot doctor' :smile

This fight feels very, very dangerous to me and I love the Iron Cross style.

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Great vid. Was that Sammo using the three-section staff ? That was great too, though the Beardy/Wilson Tong stuff was very impressive - seems like Beardy is ALWAYS top-notch and very enjoyable to watch in action. :nodding

Yup that was Sammo. I think that's what I enjoy watching Sammo do the most, weapons-work.

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The Victim is a classic, one of the best Kung Fu films I've watched and a superb example of independent film making from HK in the 70's. Leung Kar Yan was a natural talent and really shines in this film. Wilson Tong & Sammo Hung look equally as impressive too.

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