Kong Sài Tiě Ngau Fong Ka (Iron Buffalo Style)Edit
Kong Sài Tiě Ngau Fong ka (Cantonese), also spelled Kong sai Tith Ngaw or Zhu Ngaw (Mandarin) (Chinese: 廣西鐵牛風格; pinyin: Kong Sài Tiě Niú fēnggé; Cantonese Yale: Kong Sai4 Tiě5 Niú5; aka Tiě Niú Kung Fu) is a Chinese martial art founded around 1816 by Siem Yan (洗楊), who taught Lee Tiě Ngau (李铁牛), plus his brother Lee Kam Kong (李鑒工), who taught Man Yan Tai (萬元大) . Lee Tiě Ngau taught Man Yan Tai (萬元大) who also learned from Lee Kam Kong while he stayed with Lee Tiě Ngau in Kong Sai (Hong Kong). Man Yan Tai (萬元大) taught Wai Yip (偉業), Ley Wah Hing (李華興) and Wong Ming (黃明) who taught Wai-lam Yip (葉威廉) and Abdelwahid Habibullah who developed it, out of respect, to honor Wong Ming ; 皇明 Sifu, as well as the true predecessors and the roots of the system.
The system combines soft and explosive martial arts techniques from Hakka Chinese kung-fu systems; the powerful arm and hand techniques from the South, combined with the extended, powerful, twisting body, and agile footwork that characterizes this style Chinese martial arts. It is considered an external style, combining soft and hard techniques, as well as incorporating a staff as part of its curriculum. Kong Sài Tiěniú fēnggé is an effective self-defense system, particularly noted for defense against multiple attackers. It contains a wide variety of techniques, including long and short range punches, kicks, sweeps and takedowns, pressure point attacks, joint locks, and grappling.
- "Kong Sài Tiě Ngau Fong Ka is the most effective system that I've seen for fighting one to one as well as more than one person. [It] is the most difficult style to attack and defend against. Kong Sài Tiěniú Ngau Fong Ka traveled from China to England and Belgium exclusively from Man Yan Tai Sikong (grandmaster)" – Wong Ming
- ↑ abdelwahid-habibullah.wikia.com/wiki/Abdelwahid_habibullah_Wikia