Sammo Hung from Kedah wins hearts with the slick martial art in Sukma

The young soloist made quick, precise moves, just like Sammo Hung. Can a person who is overweight still do well in martial arts? Absolutely! A young silat competitor in Sukma was given the nickname “little Sammo Hung” after he or she did well in the Malaysia Games (Sukma).

His big body made people think of the heavyweight Hong Kong action star who went to the same school as Jackie Chan when they were both kids. The kid is said to be a student from SMK Sultan Ahmad Tajuddin in Permatang Pasir, Kedah. Since then, more than 4,400 people liked it, 580 people commented, and 660 people shared it.

Given his size, many people thought he would be slow and clumsy, but he showed both grace and power. Netizens also liked him because his face looked round and happy. The kid did somersaults and showed off his smooth and quick moves with a stick. Netizens yelled at a guy who kept blocking the camera because what he was doing was so fascinating.

Sammo Hung from Kedah wins hearts

Netizens also like him because he practices martial arts at a time when most people use gadgets. It’s not hard to see why people thought the child looked like Hung. Malaysian moviegoers like Hung, who is said to have changed the martial arts movie genre in a big way. He even won the 3rd Malaysia Golden Global Awards (MGGA) Lifetime Achievement Award in June 2019.

People have also said that Hung looks like Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin, who was the prime minister before Hung. Hung started out in the movie business as a stuntman and extra in the late 1960s. Since then, he has been in almost 200 movies and directed 32. He also created the signature subgenre of the industry, the “hopping vampire thriller,” and helped start the 1980s New Wave.

He also came up with the idea for the all-time classic Hong Kong comedy horror movie, Mr. Vampire, which came out in 1985. Hung has fought many of the best martial artists in the world, including Donnie Yen in Ip Man 2.


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