Bianca Walkden vs. Shuyin Zheng. Manchester Taekwondo 2019 Final fight. England vs. China

Bianca Walkden vs. Shuyin Zheng. Manchester Taekwondo 2019 Final fight. England vs. China

35 Replies to “Bianca Walkden vs. Shuyin Zheng. Manchester Taekwondo 2019 Final fight. England vs. China”

  1. I just won my local taekwondo competition with no training. Just pushed them out the circle. Easy! Walden you are a cheat and the ref needs banning. I'm from England by the way.

  2. She is really gifted at pushing to win. I wonder did her trainer mistakenly registering to Taekwondo match instead of a sumo match?

  3. As an Aussie, who is still embarrassed by the whole Trevor Chappell bowling underarm against New Zealand in 1981….This smacks of the same thing. Bowling underarm in cricket is within the rules….however, it just isn't cool. This is the same thing. It may be within the rules, however….it just isn't cool.

  4. it was not best way to win. but it was not illegal. so she is not a thief. she played smart, using rules effectively. but probably chinese girl didn’t understand rules enough. taekwondo is not kickboxing. when you fall down, you lose point. it is similar to judo. and you can push your opponent out to win point. it is similar to sumo.

  5. I love Taekwondo, but it’s a real pity (in my opinion) that Zheng lost due to such a technicality, maybe there could be different gamjeom severities in the future, where getting pushed out the ring results in just a point change than a card. With that said, however, I’m no expert in this but I think it’s a bit of an “overpowered” thing to get your opponent disqualified so easily in the last round by getting them (in my opinion, on lesser/weaker) gamjeoms. However, as a professional athlete Bianca deserved the win by using her brain and working with the rules to win on gamjeoms, however, it’s such a pity for Zheng after getting those well-deserved points.

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