1. Gangsters all over the world use numbers to their advantage and don't fight fair except when they have to. If you mess with Taiwan gangsters, you will likely get beaten very badly with pipes, broken bottles, etc. by a team of guys.chanta76 wrote:Rock,
Something is telling me that Winston buys into the Asian male stereotype that they are physical weak. Granted Asian guys aren't as big looking as the western counterpart nor are as fat as their western counterpart..but I'm not so sure about them being that weak or not being able to fight. Looks are deceiving.
2. 1-on-1, I think they could easily beat a sheltered US suburban dude who's never experienced a street fight in his whole life. If you don't even know what it feels like to get hit or kicked squarely in the face, you may go into a sort of shock when you experience it for the first time. In the meantime, while you are in a daze, you opponent can knock you to the ground and go ape shit on your head and body with kicks to the ground. If he wanted, he could even kill you at that point.
3. I have seen a few fights in Thailand involving these smaller Asian guys who don't look so tough on the surface. These guys can do major damage and knock-out much bigger and badder looking western dudes in short order. When I was up in Chiang-Mai, I met a guy from China who was a champion from one of the local Muai Thai camps. But in clothes, he just looked like a regular Chinese guy you might see on the streets about anywhere in China. Looks can be very deceiving sometimes.