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Teaching guy how to improve a punch...

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    When I was a kid I had seen this show in English but I don't remember much at all, the only thing I remember is the main character was learning new techniques. One scene that stood out in particular was this man that looked somewhat similar to Chu from Yuyu Hakusho, shirtless and probably bald but same skin tone and body build was teaching the main character on the show how to improve a regular punch by first leading in with your fingertips making impact then immediately balling up your hand into a fist and leading in with a secondary impact with your knuckles. This all happens almost instantly pretty much showing you the devastating power of this particular punch compared to a normal one with just knuckles involved, he demonstrated it on a boulder inside a rocky arena (Dont know what kind of field it was exactly but similar to what I said) and the boulder exploded from behind first from the sheer shock he induced on it. Also throughout them fighting with the main character learning, the main character got better and managed to sneak one punch in but the instructor being well knowledgeable of the technique canceled much of its devastating power by punching himself (O_O) with same said punch thus suffering less damage from what it could have been. Main character was confused as to why his punch didn't work, the instructor explained how he used his technique on himself on the certain area on his body that was about to suffer impact to almost nullify the punch making it almost just a regular punch. That's all I can remember, sorry if this description is confusing.

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