The Real Fake Sword’s Podcast
Real Fake Swords and Fake Real Swords Episode 62: Marc Williams Traditional Wing Chun

Real Fake Swords and Fake Real Swords Episode 62: Marc Williams Traditional Wing Chun

August 25, 2019

Guest on the show: Marc Tijohn Cecil Williams

Sifu Marc is an instructor of the art of Traditional Wing Chun under the lineage of William Cheung of Australia and a certified assistant boxing coach. He also has experience in Jeet Kune Do, Kali, and Aikido. In this episode we spoke of the relevance of traditional martial arts in the modern era and how the martial arts scene has changed through out the times.

Credit of Jingle goes to Tengger Cavalry, contemporary Chinese Mongolian Folk Metal

Real Fake Swords and Fake Real Swords Episode 59: David Ross the Roaring Lion Pt2

Real Fake Swords and Fake Real Swords Episode 59: David Ross the Roaring Lion Pt2

August 9, 2019

Guest on the Show: Sifu David Ross

Sifu Ross continues the conversation on traditional martial arts and modern combat sports. We discussed how times have changed as well as how traditional martial arts are being taught through out the decades.

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Real Fake Swords and Fake Real Swords Episode 58: David Ross the Roaring Lion Pt1

Real Fake Swords and Fake Real Swords Episode 58: David Ross the Roaring Lion Pt1

July 24, 2019

Guest on the show: David Ross

Student of the Legendary Grandmaster Chan Tai San, Sifu Ross has 30 years of teaching experience in the lineage of Lama Pai Kung Fu as well as combat sports (Sanda, Muay Thai, Kickboxing). In this episode he will speak of his own background and tell the exploits of Grandmaster Chan, comparing the state of the Chinese Martial Arts from decades ago to today.

Credit of Jingle goes to Tenger Cavalry, contemporary Chinese Mongolian folk metal

Real Fake Swords and Fake Real Swords Episode 57: Troy Schott the Ground Dragon

Real Fake Swords and Fake Real Swords Episode 57: Troy Schott the Ground Dragon

July 1, 2019

Guest on the Show: Troy Schott

This is a conversation with Troy Schott, a lifetime martial arts practitioner from California, who has also experience in combat sports like Sanda and Brazilian Jujitsu. The conversation delves deep into the state of the Chinese martial arts in the modern era and have a realistic take on martial arts and self defense in general.

Credit for jingle: Tengger Cavalry, contemporary Chinese Mongolian Folk Metal

Real Fake Swords and Fake Real Swords Episode 56: Lauren Mary Kim - Hollywood Stunts Woman, MoCap Actor, Escrimadora

Real Fake Swords and Fake Real Swords Episode 56: Lauren Mary Kim - Hollywood Stunts Woman, MoCap Actor, Escrimadora

May 15, 2019

Guest: Lauren Mary Kim

A student of the legendary Dan Inosanto, Lauren Mary Kim is a martial arts stunts woman with extensive background in Taekwondo, Escrima, Silat, Wushu, Muay Thai, and JKD. She was the stunt double for Elektra and also the MoCap actor for the video game Mortal Kombat 11. You can see her works by following her on her youtube channel ( https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAGMHyAKEpOl1H82hANMzRg )

Credit of Jingle goes to Tengger Cavalry, contemporary Chinese Mongolian Folk Metal

Real Fake Swords and Fake Real Swords Episode 55: Wei Tran the Wingjitsu Man of London

Real Fake Swords and Fake Real Swords Episode 55: Wei Tran the Wingjitsu Man of London

May 1, 2019

Guest on the show: Wei Tran

Another guest from London, of Viet-Chinese descent, who grew up in violent and tough parts of the ancient city, Wei is a life long martial arts practitioner. In this episode Wei will speak to us of his martial arts journey as a practitioner of Wing Chun kung fu and Brazilian Jujitsu. 

Credit of jingle goes to: Tengger Cavalry, contemporary Chinese Mongolian Folk Metal

Real Fake Swords and Fake Real Swords Episode 54: Sang Woo Kim, White Tiger of Toyama

Real Fake Swords and Fake Real Swords Episode 54: Sang Woo Kim, White Tiger of Toyama

April 16, 2019

Guest on the show: Sang Woo Kim

Sensei Kim is the head instructor of Byakkokan School of Japanese Swordsmanship in New York (https://www.newyorkbattodo.com/), a school of Toyama Ryu Batto Jutsu. In this episode sensei Kim will share with us his martial journey and the background of the style he teaches.

Credit of Jingle goes to Tengger Cavalry, contemporary Chinese Mongolian folk metal

Real Fake Swords and Fake Real Swords Episode 53: Kenric Lee and Rigel Ng, HEMA in Singapore

Real Fake Swords and Fake Real Swords Episode 53: Kenric Lee and Rigel Ng, HEMA in Singapore

March 28, 2019

Guests on the show: Kenric Lee and Rigel Ng

Hailing from Singapore, Kenric and his student and successor to the head of HEMA society came on to the show to speak of their background, the martial arts scene in Singapore, and about their HEMA school.

Credit of Jingle goes to: Tengger Cavalry, contemporary Chinese Mongolian Folk Metal

Real Fake Swords and Fake Real Swords Episode 52: Serena Lynn- American Horseback Archer at the Nomad Games

Real Fake Swords and Fake Real Swords Episode 52: Serena Lynn- American Horseback Archer at the Nomad Games

March 5, 2019

Guest on the show: Serena Lynn Caballero

Hailing from Texas, Serena grew up around the cow and rodeo culture of the southwest United States. One of the few instructors in the military art of horseback archery, she competed in the World Nomad Games of 2018 in Kyrgyzstan and came on to the show to speak of her experiences there

Credit of Jingle goes to Tengger Cavalry, contemporary Chinese Mongolian Folk Metal

Real Fake Swords and Fake Real Swords Episode 51: Marco Sainte the Swordsage

Real Fake Swords and Fake Real Swords Episode 51: Marco Sainte the Swordsage

February 20, 2019

Guest: Marco Sainte aka The Sword Sage

Know as the Youtuber Swordsage( https://www.youtube.com/user/Swordsage ) Marco is one of the earliest Youtubers to speak on Chinese swords on youtube (in English). In this episode he spoke of his own martial arts background as well as the history and the cultural significance of the Chinese sword, the jian, in the Chinese martial arts.

Credit of Jingle goes to Tengger Cavalry, contemporaty Chinese Mongolian folk metal