2-second Taekwondo match ends with fastest knockout possible

When Connor Bailey stood in front of his opponent at his recent Taekwondo match, he was probably picturing in his mind what maneuver he’d lead off with if he could.

But he probably was not imagining how effective it would be…

(via Bits and Pieces)

Also, good to see his sportsmanship following the decisive win.

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3 responses to “2-second Taekwondo match ends with fastest knockout possible”

  1. Yudansha says:

    1) Look up my username, Bryan, before you try to teach me about what it means to be a black belt and “the system”.2) Perhaps in your system and under your instructor you do not get a black belt until you are 18. However, I have known adult black belts who would get their butts handed to them by a kid black belt. I study Okinawan Goju Ryu and no where is there some sacred law that you must be over the age of 18 to have a black belt. Nor is that any state or federal law (how on earth would they keep track of such a thing).

  2. Bryan says:

    Lol, obviously you don’t know how the system works. People are tested based on their capability to perform everything they have learned. Only after you turn 18 do you start receiving “dans” (or black belt degrees as most people know them,) which require a certain level of maturity, discipline, and capability.

  3. Yudansha says:

    Buddy, I know a few twelve year olds that could probably kick your butt sideways before you even knew what happened. If you know anything about martial arts, you know that the first rule is that you never ever underestimate your opponent.l2p, m8

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