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Zui Quan ist ein Stil der traditionellen Chinesischen Kampfkünste. Zui Quan ist seltener auch als Zuijiuquan bekannt. Zui Quan (Langzeichen und Kurzzeichen: 醉拳; pinyin: Zuì Quán, wörtlich: Betrunkene Faust, auch als Drunken Boxing bekannt) ist ein Stil der traditionellen. Drunken Master (engl.: Drunken Master II, weitere Titel siehe unten) ist ein in Hongkong gedrehter Action- und Martial-Arts-Film mit Jackie Chan. Beggar So the legendary Drunken Master is trying to train brother/sister team Chung & Gam Fa, with mixed results! An enemies from Beggar So's past. Dies ist die Geschichte vom Urspung des Drunken Boxing.
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Related to the story trope Confusion Fu. Unfortunately this is often considered a good example of Awesome, but Impractical , as the style itself performs poorly in competitions.
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Lee is actually a good enough fighter to begin with, but Kimimaro, at the time of his fight with Lee, noted that Rock Lee has a very direct, frontal attacking style of fighting, which could lead to predictability.
With alcohol helping to keep his movements unpredictable combining with his freakish speed, Lee becomes a monster when using his Drunken Fist.
He's also very easy to get drunk , which has caused problems when he did stuff like wreck entire restaurants with Might Guy needing to pin him down.
In Naruto Shippuden: The Movie , his sensei gives him a liquor bonbon and instructions only to take it in direst need.
After Kuno has forced a whole bottle of sake down female-Ranma's throat, she begins to sway and dodge in unpredictable patterns. A teacher whom Kuno shortly intimidates into silence complains about underage drinking, but Genma tries to explain that it's really a form of Drunken Fist, especially when she kicks Kuno out cold Chuu from Yu Yu Hakusho even incorporates alcohol into his Ki Manipulation , making them more powerful.
The broadcast dub changed this to "Mad Cow" style with the addition of cow-head clip art to the scene, but the DVD version left it unchanged.
In Soul Hunter , Taikoubou eat a peach infused with sake from the sennin world to get drunk and use this technique against Raijinshi, who otherwise outmatched him in bare-handed fight.
In Air Master , during the fight against the gang of delinquents who had kidnapped Mina, Tokita drink a flask of alcohol for the first time in his life to get drunk and use this technique.
This render his movements unpredictable to his opponents, but this also make him too drunk to chase after the guy who was holding Mina.
In Fairy Tail , Bacchus Glowe of Quatro Cerberus has mastered a martial arts fighting style that, when he's drunk, allows him to unleash his full unrestrained strength and speed on a target such that they can't keep up with his unpredictability.
Elfman, however, manages to exploit the flaw in it that since he uses his hands , he coats his body in incredibly tough and spiky scales so that Bacchus ends up damaging himself in attacking him.
Comic Books. This is the preferred method of fighting a psychic or precognitive opponent.
Iron Fist: [to Mr. X] You may hear my thoughts, but my Drunken Style gives no warning. In The Matrix , Drunken Boxing is one of the many styles uploaded into Neo's head during his training on the Nebuchadnezzar.
Raging Phoenix is sometimes billed as "drunken B-boy muay thai vs. However, more frequently they use wrestling moves.
Panda Style, the Kung Fu style invented and used by Po in the Kung Fu Panda franchise shares many similarities with Drunken Kung Fu, namely that it relies less on avoiding damage than on receiving it and using the momentum and, well, body-fat.
It's also highly irregular and mobile, compared to other styles. Live Action TV. Some Super Sentai heroes also use this in probably one episode.
Drunken Master! Iron Fist featured Hand operative Zhou Cheng who used this style, chugging booze throughout his fight with Danny Rand, and even incorporating his liquor bottles as improvised flails and projectiles.
Tabletop RPG. Everway supplement Spherewalker Sourcebook. The combat system called The Entangling Art involves the user appearing clumsy, staggering out of the way of blows, accidentally tripping enemies and clumsily dashing weapons out of their hands.
It can be used to break arms, knock down stout warriors, and even kill opponents. Basically Drunken Boxing mixed with copious amounts of narcotics and marathon sex.
Despite having a similar name to a certain similar trope , they are an example of this fighting style, through which they get the ability to sway out of harm's way, redirect missed attacks towards enemies, and strike multiple people at once.
They also get a bonus to performance checks and their flavor text encourages readers to play them as subversive and silly tricksters.
They supposedly don't get drunk as part of their martial art, but they do start off knowing how to use brewer's supplies to make alcohol.
Make of that what you will. Video Games. In the doujin fighter game Eternal Fighter Zero , Nayuki Minase parodies this with her "sleepy boxing" technique, which looks just like drunken boxing, except she's asleep.
In this case, alcohol is replaced with strawberry jam. Something similar also shows up in Kinnikuman where it turns out King Muscle and Kid Muscle have developed an elaborate sleep-fighting technique due to sleeping in the same bed.
Incidentally, his only goal in the storyline seems to be a search for the ultimate beverage of legend.
Shun Di, a regular of the Virtua Fighter series since the second game, uses Drunken Boxing as his fighting style of choice.
Some of his more damaging and advanced moves require Shun Di to have a certain number of drinks in him to perform.
Chin Gentsai in The King of Fighters series. The abbot, after seeing this, praised his skill. This drunken style of combat was adopted from him by the monks and refined over the generations.
The same holds for the drunken style as a part of Shaolin kung fu, in which, the main character is the drunken luohan.
Drunken luohan methods in Shaolin kung fu do not appear only in zui quan, but in some other styles as well.
For example, in Shaolin luohan quan a drunken luohan steps forward, in Shaolin 18 luohan quan one of the 18 characters is a drunken luohan, and in Shaolin mad-devil staff  a drunken luohan sways to the sides with disorderly steps.
As with other Shaolin styles , Shaolin zui quan is not a complete stand-alone system itself, but consists of a few barehanded and weapon forms which together with other forms and styles comprise the whole system of Shaolin quan.
Every lineage of Shaolin monks may have one or two barehanded    and one or a few weapon forms of zui quan.
The main weapon is the drunken staff,   but other weapons such as the drunken sword  are also practiced. Though the technical contents are almost the same, the drunken forms of different lineages are different and their historical sources are mostly unclear.
Most of them are said to have been born in the Tang or Song dynasty. They are revered by Daoists and are also a popular element in the secular Chinese culture.
In drunken kung fu, the eight immortals are used as martial archetypes , or as eight sub-styles of drunken kung fu. This style is a complete system itself comprising 8 forms, each representing one of the eight immortal characters:.
These elements combine to form a complete fighting art. This style has also several weapon forms. The main weapon is the drunken sword, but other weapons such as the staff are also used.
There are Northern and Southern versions of drunken monkey boxing , which is related to drunken boxing. Drunken boxing is internal in nature, and emphasizes the role of jin.
Movement is initiated in the dan tian area, and moves through the body distally towards the hands and feet.
The musculature is kept as soft as possible. Movement in drunken boxing is relatively unique among martial arts in the frequency and degree in which it deviates from vertical posture , with the torso bent and twisted in all directions.
Other hand positions are used, too, among them the phoenix eye single knuckle fist. Many aspects of drunken boxing are specialized towards deception: continuous bobbing and weaving and slipping , feigning instability and lack of focus , attacking from unusual angles and seemingly weak positions, sudden changes of momentum , compounding multiple attacks with the same limb, use of blind-spots and visual distractions , changing game plans in mid-fight and employing concealed or improvised weapons.
Like many styles of kung fu, drunken boxing employs a wide variety of attacks, including striking , chin na and wrestling , with trapping range fighting as a default skill.
Strikes and grabs are alternated with the hands striking as they extend towards the enemy and grabbing as they retract.
The power for grabs is sometimes generated by dropping the body, either through slightly lifting the feet of the ground and then stomping down with the weight of the entire body or by falling to the prone.
Some styles of drunken boxing use traditional kung fu weapons , often the jian or gun. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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