was a joke guys.
china is doing really well in global athletic competitions (medal counts on the rise in the olympics)
but at the same time, competition breeds innovation and improvement. everyone thought the soviet hockey teams in the 70's were unbeatable. they werent, they were really good (and went beyond the 8 hour a day training, they were moved from their homes to a central location to eat/breathe/live together - and they still are) but they arent unbeatable - forced training cant make you love what you do. which is why small countries where certain sports are ingrained in the national psyche will still dominate a good portion of the time over strict/communist training type countries.
with 1.2 billion people and strict training methods (if thats all it took) they would be the best at everything, with that kind of pool to draw from. my point was that we know little/nothing about their mma scene (if they have one?)
i would be interested to find out. tai chi translates well to mma...........