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My name is Angelos Fasois. I was born in Athens, Greece in January 1969. I began formally training in the Martial Arts at the age of fifteen and have been practising different styles of traditional Kung Fu ever since. But still, after all this time, I found out that I have a long way to go. 


I started training at a local Judo school and later on at a Tae Kwon Do and a Shaolin Kung Fu school. At the age of 16, I started lessons in the Tai Nui (Dragon and Eagle) style of Kung Fu for self-defense. Later on, I joined the special forces (Greek Marines Corps) where I became involved in Shotokan Karate and Special Force tactics.

In 1986 I started my training with different teachers in various styles of traditional Kung Fu all around Europe.


Personally, I believe it is not how much knowledge you have that is important, but how your knowledge helps to improve your technique and enhances your quality of life. 

I studied and practiced the following systems, under different teachers and disciples from various countries.

Angelos Fasois The founder of CCFB

Interview on HIGH TV Channel

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  • Ying Jow pai (Northern style Eagle Claw).

  • Fu jow pai (Southern style Tiger Claw).

  • Nan Quan (Southern style Boxing).

  • Chang Quan (Northern Long fist).

  • Shaolin Quan (Shaolin Boxing).

  • Luohan Quan (Archat Boxing).

  • Yang style TaiJi.

  • Chen style TaiJi.

  • Baji quan (8 extremes fist).

  • San Chia quan (3 Family Fist).

  • Wooden Dummy Techniques.

  • Qigong (Soft and Hard).

  • Chinese Weapons. 

  • Filipino Weapons.

  • Projectiles (knife, tomahawk, etc).

  • Bullwhip.

  • Combat Instictive archery.

  • Panantukan (Dirty Boxing).

  • Pekiti Tirsia.

  • FCS kali.

  • Sayoc Kali.

  • FC Combatives.

  • Firearms (Pistol & Shotgun)

I have travelled to England and the Netherlands, where I participated in numerous competitions, competing in forms as well as in full contact and semi contact fights, and I have also given demonstrations and radio interviews. I have won medals and trophies representing my country. I used to be a member of the Dutch Wushu Federation.

In 1995, I started studying Filipino fighting systems at seminars and in 1996 I got involved more seriously, with friends, in Filipino fighting systems (Pekiti Tirsia) in the context of "backyard training". Later on I practiced other systems, such as FCS Kali, Sayoc Kali and FC Combatives.  Since then I have been teaching outdoors and developing my art as a "homeless" instructor! An Instructor without a school.

Angelos Fasois Kung Fu

A documentary about CCFB and its founder.  Εxcerpts from seminars and interviews shed some light on the philosophy behind the art of CCFB.

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In 2005, I successfully completed the Wushu coaching seminar under the Greek Wushu Federation and was accredited under Hellenic Ministry of Sports - General Secretariat of Sports. I'm also a certified instructor in firearms.

I'm the founder of CCFB (combined Chinese & Filipino boxing), a system which was born from systems and experiences. 

Only one who devotes himself to a causewith his whole body and soul can be a true master. For this reason, mastery demands all of a person.
-Albert Einstein-


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