Two of the top martial artist in the world in my opinion...
" dude they are not real fighters they are just stunt man well between them i would give the win toscot he seems tougher and stronger .... but i would give any real fighter the win over both of them they are dancers "Dude do you even know who they are
yes i know who they are but do you know the definition of a real fighter? you know one that actually fight? people today got lost between real martial arts and fighters and all those preety jumps stuntman that cant take a punch from a real fighter since they never trained there durability or there striking power all they do is train there physical form and there preety jumps there is no connection between them and real life fighting
Bumping this interesting old thread. Although this doesn't belong to battle forums (mods can look it like Weapon XI vs Snake Eyes or Darth Maul). Anyway I say Adkins takes this one due to be physicly stronger in my opinion. Although they are both extremly good stuntmen and martial artists (better to say experts in this fields).
Ok, Adkins knows Tae Kwon Do, Wrestling, Judo, Wushu, Jujutsu and Kick Boxing.
Park knows Tae Kwon Do, Kick Boxing and Wu Shu.
Adkins wins since, he have more moves.
Also the crapp that they are stuntman, the MMA guys cant fight in real life.
There is no rules in thereal world, no cages, also MMA is not a Martial Art is a Martial Sport.
YOU ARE ALL IDIOTS THEY ARE BOTH PROFESSIONAL FIGHTERS IF YOU KNEW HOW TO DO PROPER RESEARCH YOU WOULD HAVE KNOWN THIS, THEY ARE BOTH HIGHLY TRAINED MARTIAL ARTIST THEY BECAME STUNT MEN AND ACTORS THROUGH THEIR ABILITIES AS FIGHTERS RAY PARK ALONE HAS 28 YEARS OF MARTIAL ARTS TRAINING SCOTT ADKINS HAS RIGHT AROUND THE SAME AND THEY BOTH USE TO COMPETE AS FIGHTERS BEFORE THEY JOINED THE ENTERTAINMENT INDUSTRY.......
They both have about the same amount of good and bad aspects. Let's do a little comparison;
-Pros: Very, very well-rounded fighter; he knows taekwondo, wushu, muay thai, judo, ninjitsu, and karate, and is a certified PKA instructor. He also has been a leading man in action films, including appearing alongside kickboxing superstar Jean-Claude van Damme at least four times. That really says something about his action abilities.
-Cons: Adkins normally plays the same role over and over again; tough guy who can kill you in the blink of an eye (like the Master himself, Mr. Steven Seagal). That means he's good at what he does, but he has a very limited range of characters he can play with that style.
-Pros: First off, let me say that I love Ray Park's work; he's the reason I got into martial arts. Aside from that, he practices wushu, hapkido, kickboxing and Northern Shaolin kung fu. He was a member of British wushu team for several years, which means he has credibility. He also has a wide number of iconic roles under his belt; he's played the Sith lord Darth Maul, the ninja Snake-Eyes, and the speedy knife-thrower Edgar. He's also been the stunt double for guys like James Remar, Robin Shou, and Christopher Walken.
-Cons: Park is a talented actor, but he's never been given a chance to prove himself; most of his roles, he's either in a bodysuit or makeup, and IF he speaks, it usually dubbed over by guys like Peter Serafinowicz. Due to this, he has not gotten the credit he deserves. Plus, whenever he shows his martial arts skills, it's often with a weapon in his hands, which can limit his show-off scenes.
-I have to side with Ray Park; he's a bit better actor than Adkins. While Adkins is spectacular, and a more well-rounded fighter, Park just has a certain charisma that's hard to find from action stars anymore.