Chen Yong posts on social media to say that ‘Mad Dog’ win was a ‘fluke’ and tai chi cannot generate force on soft ground.
Chinese MMA fighter Xu Xiaodong returns with brief bout against tai chi master Chen Yong – then points out someone is pretending to be him online despite social media ban.
Ma says film will ‘break box office records’ as online ridicule continues, with one newspaper saying ‘acting is his real strength’.
Ma Baoguo, who went viral in May after being knocked down three times in 30 seconds, announces he has ‘returned to peaceful life’ as netizens mark six-month anniversary with spoof videos.
Country’s top sports body says rules are needed to improve organisation of the bouts.
Chinese Wushu Association warns practitioners not to appoint themselves as ‘kung fu masters’ or ‘authentic masters’ and stop faking documents and certificates about their ‘alleged prowess’.
Wang Qingmin got no prize money for knocking out Ma Baoguo in 30 seconds, but had to pay US$92 to fight tai chi master,who earned US$28,000 for bout.
Pre-fight footage emerges on Chinese social media showing referee telling 69-year-old tai chi master Ma Baoguo to show mercy to opponent – but things go horribly wrong.
Chinese MMA fighter Xu Xiaodong rubs salt in the wounds for Ma Baoguo, whom he claims called Shanghai police moments before their 2017 fight to get it shut down.
Ma Baoguo, 69, is knocked out unconscious in an embarrassing beating against a much younger opponent in a tournament held in Shandong.
Chinese MMA fighter Xu Xiaodong hits back after Lei Lei calls on Wuhan martial artists to ‘use your fists for justice and punish this traitor’ Fang Fang.
Huang Xiaolong didn’t last long in footage of an embarrassing style-vs-style mismatch that has gone viral on social media.
When China’s most controversial fighter headed to Bangkok for the biggest match of his career, his first concern was whether he would be allowed to leave Beijing.
‘Mad Dog’ gets second-round TKO against former kick-boxing champion Yuichiro Nagashima in Bangkok, and now hopes to fight ‘fake Shaolin monk’ Yi Long.
Lei Lei and Tian Ye go at it to decide who the better kung fu fighter is after both were previously pulverised by Chinese MMA ‘Mad Dog’.
Sun Lei tells Chinese MMA fighter ‘I’ll break your arm with my iron palm’ but says sorry after Xu dares him to put up 200,000 yuan.
‘A Hu’ went viral for knocking out wing chun ‘master’ Ding Hao last weekend, but video reveals he also smashed tai chi practitioner that night, beating both in 72 seconds each.
Referee somehow fails to stop fight earlier as ‘A Hu’ repeatedly concusses Tang Duoji, who receives six stitches and a broken orbital bone, saying ‘I had the wrong strategy’.
After being obliterated by Xu Xiaodong last year, Ding Hao tries his luck against another Chinese fighter – but the result is even more embarrassing.
MMA fighter’s microblog deleted for the eighth time, but he tweets picture alongside Chinese human rights lawyer Chen Qiushi, who was feared missing.
MMA fighter says authorities visited him at his Beijing home after Twitter post, and admits he’s worried about deviating from official mainland view on Hong Kong.
‘I’ll break you like I broke this brick,’ says wing chun ‘master’, but his bravado is thrown back in his face, quite literally, by two head kicks in a 12-second KO.
Xuan Wu leaves ‘wing chun master’ Tan Long flat on his back after two head kicks inside the ring in a Yinchuan shopping mall.
Controversial Chinese fighter suspects a smear campaign against the city, with users of an online Hong Kong forum saying they would welcome ‘Mad Dog’.
‘Let’s see if tai chi is fake, or if you are fake,’ says Fan Shuai Xin after ‘Mad Dog’ accuses him of ‘playing around’ in martial arts match on Chinese television.
Pierre Francois Flores says outspoken Chinese MMA fighter is a ‘brave warrior’ but is confident he can beat him – ‘I’m here to prove another version of wing chun’.
‘The way he does it is wrong. It is not right to assume all martial arts are fake,’ says Pierre Flores of outspoken ‘Mad Dog’.