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Tony Jaa 2 Ong Bak 4 là Simon Kook.flv

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Phim | Tony Jaa 2 Ong Bak 4 là Simon Kook.flv | Tony Jaa 2 Ong Bak 4 la Simon Kook.flv
Tony Jaa 2 Ong Bak 4 là Simon Kook.flv
Tony Jaa 2 Ong Bak 4 la Simon Kook.flv
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Một đoạn phim ngắn và hay của Simon Kook, vẽ bề ngoài chẵng khác gì TOny jaa, và các chiêu thức Quyền Thái cũng rất giống! Có lẽ nó sẽ mang đến cho các bạn những cảm giác võ Thái cực đỉnh và xem Simon Kook là anh em của Tony jaa nhé! Thanks các bạn đã xem Video
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