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 Nepali caught wacking kale

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Posted on 05-06-09 7:02 PM     Reply [Subscribe]
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Posted on 05-08-09 5:57 PM     Reply [Subscribe]
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Fighting is not all about size and strength- it takes more than that. I feel our Nepali bro should have kept on attacking the black guy's calf.


no_quiero, yes this is not a real fight but did you know that this is the only martial art which has no weight category and also there is no body protection, execept a ball guard. Even UFC has set of rules. 


 


Go Gurkha Camp !!!!


 


 


 
Posted on 05-09-09 3:27 AM     Reply [Subscribe]
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racist comments aside, they both look lousy martial artists who lack endurance and good training. Honestly, doesn't seem like Nepali guy's whipping..he seems barely struggling..
 
Posted on 05-09-09 4:56 AM     Reply [Subscribe]
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Looks like there has been too much of UFC exposure here !!


Well, these guys are not pro and also one would need to be superman to have the stamina to last till the final round. Also one need to understand there is rule and the fighting style differs from what majority of the people are accustom to see most of the time.


I would have agree though regarding the thread title which connotates racism.


 


Oyama karate oath no1 : We will train our hearts and mind with firm unshaking mind


 


 


 
Posted on 05-09-09 5:03 AM     Reply [Subscribe]
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Oyama Karatekas in action







 


Oosh !!

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Dyamn you don't know anything about martial arts kid. Grow up and stop watching WWF!
You said "they both look lousy martial artists who lack endurance and good training"
as though you are sensei(master) of karate or other martial art.

You do not know the intense training of these world class fighters do you?
You are speaking as though you have seen them train and fight in the arena.
But i tell you one thing for sure, the Gurkha training will make any man on earth cry!
I have seen them train and i tell you that one need to have more than a ball to even train equal par as the Gurkhas. You normally don't expect nation such as Singapore to come and ask you to represent its nation for nothing.

And i got no idea where Chicagoan got the racial theme from?
I was just stating the fact. Kale=black. Common on we all call every black as kale isn't that right?
Unless of course you are color blind?

Verdict: Singapore’s Barja Kumar Rai, 26, triumphed over Hong Kong’s James Kouame, 30, to clinch the first place. Ritu Bartan Rai, 48, came in third after defeating China’s He Jin Lei.
Picture below is of Hong Kong’s James Kouame (2nd place), Barja Kumar Rai (Champion) and Ritu Bartan Rai (3rd place) both of Gurkha Contingent representing Singapore.







 
Posted on 05-11-09 12:58 AM     Reply [Subscribe]
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I am really sorry but i cannot figure out if nepali is kicking some black ass or is the black ass kicking some nepali ass. HA HA. lol. But tell you the truth the nepali fight good too. I would call it equal.
 
Posted on 05-11-09 1:47 AM     Reply [Subscribe]
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Jpeg, u don't know me and i don't know you, so let's not get personal here. what we know is how these fighters are fighting based on the video u posted. I do have years of interest and training in martial arts including karate,boxing and muay thai, and i am nowhere near these guys but definately have seen lots of dedicated and hard working martial artists and have seen lots of great fights.I understand and respect your sentimets for a Nepali brother in the fight, but again u are clearly biased my friend. peace out.


 


 


 
Posted on 05-11-09 5:39 PM     Reply [Subscribe]
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Verdict was that Singapore came in top and also bagged the third spot. This was Singapore’s best showing in both regional and international full contact (kyokushin) karate competition.
Below:
Singapore’s Barja Kumar Rai, 26, in action against Hong Kong’s James Kouame, 30, to clinch the first place. Just look at the size and height of James Kouame. Though he was much bigger in size, Barja overcame his opponent.
Like I_Nepali said "Fighting is not all about size and strength- it takes more than that."





 
Posted on 05-11-09 9:53 PM     Reply [Subscribe]
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Instructor in-charge of Singapore Gurkha Dojo : Sensei Lila Nath Rai (4th Dan)
Assistants:
Senpai Ambar Bahadur Rai (2nd Dan)
Senpai Durga Bahadur Rai (2nd Dan)
Senpai Dhanman Ghale (2nd Dan)


Sensei Lila Nath Rai hails from Gairi Pangma Shangkhuwa Sabha.  Sensei Rai started to train in Kyokushin Karate from late 1985.
 He obtained his 1st Dan Black Belt on 1988. He has participated in many tournaments namely;

   1. Gurkha Contingent Dojo junior belt Championship 1987 - Champion
   2. Commonwealth selection tournament 1988 - Champion
   3. Represent Singapore on Commonwealth tournament at Sydney, Australia1988
   4. Full contact knockdown Karate tournament 1989 - 2nd runner up
   5. Represent Singapore in 4th All Asia Karate championship at Hokkaido, Japan 1990
   6. Singapore International Open Karate tournament at Singapore Indoor stadium 1992

He has the following experiences for officiating:

   1. Official in 8th World tournament 29th Oct-8th Nov 2003
   2. Attended Mount Mitsumine camp training with Kancho Matsui 5-8 Nov 2003
   3. Official in 10th Asian open tournament at Bali, Indonesia 27-29 Nov 2004
   4. Exchange program in Shanghai, China – Together with Shihan Peter Chong PBM 8th Dan
       to help to set up Kyokushin Dojo from 16-22 Oct 2006
   5. Official in 2nd Indonesia tournament at Bali, Indonesia 19 Nov 2006
   6. Official in SAARC open Karate tournament 2007 in Ktm, Nepal 14th Jan 2007

Sensei Lila Nath Rai is committee member of Singapore Oyama Karate-do Kyokushinkai-kan.


Osu!

Picture of Sensei Lila Nath Rai

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Posted on 05-12-09 2:05 AM     Reply [Subscribe]
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hmmm... I_Nepali dai Hus!!!! hehehe...


This videos rocks thanks JPEG for sharing... No wonder it was makeing I_nepali dai very interested caz he is so into martial arts...


Anyways just dropping by to say hello keep posting similar vidoes.... I dont wanna say Jai GC but... Jai nepalese... Keep on kicking butts in Martial Arts.... leading to true victory.


Cheers!


NN


 
Posted on 05-12-09 6:02 AM     Reply [Subscribe]
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Happy to see familiar faces and names...Lila Nath was used to be one of  my instructor. The others were "King Sir", " Tel Nikalne Sir", Jiwan, and few others whom I cannot remember.


nepali_nari, glad to see your input in this thread. Will go for "dhan nach" next time if there is one and time permits...In the meantime, take care.


 


Hooosh !!!!


 


 
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Sensei Ambar Bahadur Rai is from Okhaldhunga. During his school days, one of the Indian Army (Boxer) happened to introduce him to martial arts and he was eager to learn the art from then. He came to Singapore in 1989. Karate instructor Sensei Hom Nath Gurung who is 4th Dan Black belt in Kyukoshin Karate introduced him to the martial art. Kyokushin Karate, a full contact Karate is well known for its tough training. He faced lots of full contact sparring in his early days when he was just white belt. But this is what makes all Kyokushin fighters strong, both mentally and physically. During his free time, sensei Rai started to train in Kyokushin Karate. He joined Kyukushin Karate in Gurkha Contingent Dojo in the year 1990.

He achieved his 1st Dan Black Belt in 1993. Currently he is 2nd incharge of the Gurkha Contingent Dojo.
He is also the committee members of Singapore Oyama Karate-do Kyokushinkai-kan.

Sensei Ambar Bahadur Rai Participated Tournaments are:

   1. Singapore international Open Karate national selection tournament 1992.
   2. Fighter in International Open Karate tournament at Singapore Indoor stadium 23-24 Oct 1992.
   3. Singapore open Karate tournament 1995.
   4. Oyama Karate Full-contact knock-down tournament 2000.

He has the following experiences for officiating:

   1. Official at 9th World Open Karate Tournament Tokyo, Japan 16-18 Nov 2007
   2. World Kyokushin Karate seminar at Mount Mitsumine, Japan 19-21 Nov 2007
   3. Kyokushin Karate seminar and 3rd Dan upgrading test in Shanghai, China 5-10 Jun 2008
   4. Organizing committee in the 11th Asia Full Contact Karate Championship Singapore 25th Oct 2008

         
Osu!

Picture of Sensei Ambar Bahadur Rai.
Behind him is the resting place of (Mas) Oyama, founder of kyokushin karate.



 
Posted on 05-13-09 7:12 PM     Reply [Subscribe]
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Here's some information about our Gurkha brothers in Singapore.

This is never seen footage! Different kind from British Gurkha.
Gurkha really make Nepal proud. They put Nepal on the world map!




 
Posted on 05-13-09 9:29 PM     Reply [Subscribe]
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Mr JPEG,


The information/pictures/videos you have posted are very good indeed. Who would not feel proud of another Nepali's achievements? But unfortunately you diluted the whole thing by the title itself. The title "Nepali caught wacking Kale" does not do justice to those fighters. The racial undertone in the title gives a wrong impression as if we Nepalese have jaundiced eyes when looking at people of African origin. This is really unfortunate.


If the title would have been "Singaporean Nepalis shine in Karate" or "Nepalis in Singapore making the whole diaspora proud" or something of the sort; it would have been wonderful.


And for crying out loud I did not see the so called "Kale"(James I believe is his name) being "wacked" as you claimed at anytime of the game. I wonder how you got that impression.


Hope to see your prejudice-free future postings in the future. By the way, I truly like your "True beauties" posting. They really show our rich cultural diversity.


Good Luck!


 
Posted on 05-19-09 6:39 PM     Reply [Subscribe]
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Here's the Champion of Asia, Barja Kumar Rai with his Sensei(Guru) Lila Nath Rai
Though he was representing Singapore it still make us Nepalese proud.
He put Nepal in the world map.


Osu!




 
Posted on 05-29-09 4:27 PM     Reply [Subscribe]
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More Nepalese fighters doing good.

 Shateesh and Pavitra (Sabina ) Rai, who won the Gold Medal and Bronze medal respectively in Ontario Provincial Senior 1st team selection games at Humber college on September 24, last year.

Shateesh won Gold medal in middle weight category and Pavitra (Sabina) Rai won the bronze medal in female bantam weight category. Sabina had a bout with Shannon Condie - Canadian National Champion, Pan American Champion and world Bronze medalist - in semi final match. Sabina just started to compete in elite level in 2008.

Shateesh Rai was declared the winner in final match against Kwon Suhan from Royal Military College (RMC) and received Gold Medal though he had long time off from the competition due to his knee surgery in 2006. In addition he had previously won the Gold medal in Canadian National Junior Taekwondo Championship in Edmonton and Bronze Medal in Pan American Taekwondo Championship in Aruba, 2005. Along with Taekwondo award he was also awarded the Citizen Award 2006 from Brampton Mayor Susan Fennell.



 
Posted on 05-29-09 4:34 PM     Reply [Subscribe]
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Shateesh and Sabina learned Taekwondo at the YMCA Mississauga Moo Duk Kwan Taekwondo Club from Master Rajkumar Rai, father of Shateesh and Sabina and former Nepal and Hong Kong National Champion himself.

We should wish them the best for their future achievement.
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Picture of Sabina and Shateesh with their father/Master Rajkumar Rai.



 
Posted on 06-03-09 5:27 PM     Reply [Subscribe]
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Nepal future champions.

A small contingent of Gurkha's travelled to compete in the National Chungdo Kwan Championship held on the 21st March 2009.

Although few in number there indomitable spirit shone through to take them to overall 3rd Place. In total they won 14 Gold, 8 Silver and 5 Bronze.

For those of you don't know, Master Rastra Rai 4th Degree Black Belt affiliated Sagarmatha TKD and the Gurkha regiment of soldiers to Imperial back in 2003. They practice both ITF and WTF Taekwon-Do and have gone from strength to strength over the past few years. We are very proud of there achievement and look forward to continuing our Taekwon-Do future.

Watch out for the new Imperial / Sagarmatha schools in Nepal.


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Actually it was my pleasure to meet the man who is solely claim the father of Nepal Karate the other day.

Thaneshwor Rai: the pioneer of Nepalese KARATE



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