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    Brazilian JuJitsu in thailand?

    I know some gyms like Tiger MT and Fairtex offer BJJ and MMA, but are there BJJ schools in BKK or other larger cities?

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    Re: Brazilian JuJitsu in thailand?

    Thanks for the links.

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    Hi,
    There were actually many Chinese teaching non-Chinese different forms of Chinese boxing. Bruce Lee just happens to be very popular, so there is misconception that he was the first to do this. It did violate many codes of ethics and by-laws set up by most boxing associations, but since we are in the United States and not eastern Asia, westerners eventually learned, and Chinese learned that they could turn a profit by teaching.

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    Quote Originally Posted by braq View Post
    Hi, There were actually many Chinese teaching non-Chinese different forms of Chinese boxing. Bruce Lee just happens to be very popular, so there is misconception that he was the first to do this. It did violate many codes of ethics and by-laws set up by most boxing associations, but since we are in the United States and not eastern Asia, westerners eventually learned, and Chinese learned that they could turn a profit by teaching.



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    typical Chinese trying to make money, Bruce Lee was ace at jujitsu, best in the world at the time, he was only 4 foot 8. amazing.
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