A Chinese court ordered mixed martial artist Xu Xiaodong to pay a hefty fine and apologize in public for insulting Chen Xiaowang, a tai chi “grandmaster” with a long list of accolades.
Xu, also known as “Mad Dog,” is known for his quest to expose “fake kung fu,” beating supposed “masters” in recent years.
Xu Xiaodong also known as “Mad Dog,” the famous Chinese Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) who likes to take down “fake” Kung Fu masters, has expressed criticism towards one of Bruce Lee’s most famous videos, saying it was just “a performance.”
Known as “Mad Dog,” the outspoken 40-year-old fighter took on 56-year-old Tian Ye in a one-sided battle under kickboxing rules in China over the weekend.
Multimillionaire entrepreneur Chen Sheng is offering a total of 10 million yuan (more than $1.4 million) to any challenger who can beat mixed martial arts fighter Xu Xiaodong.
The 38-year-old MMA fighter, coach and promoter issued a challenge earlier this week to other traditional Chinese martial artists who believe they can take him down after he beat Tai Chi practitioner Wei Lei in about 10 seconds in Chengdu, Sichuan Province.