One of my favorite parts was: "Would you expect to win a football game by training in WC? No. BJJ? No."
Better than the post is the one comment some ****-tard student posted:
I'm gonna post some more comments on this as I finish my thoughts, but my initial impression is this: I'd love to see ANY jiu jitsu practitioner go up against any of Sifu Chris's top students. It wouldnt even be a contest - and for one reason, body integrity.
I dont deny that top jiu jitsu fighters have a HIGH degree of skill - they are amazing athletes, but there is a difference between being a good athlete - and having a body that has been physiologicaly changed so as to be much more powerful and balanced.
The name of the game is Siu Num Taos. I cant imagine in my wildest dreams ANY grappling practitioner trying to shoot in on Chris... he would die. Instantly.
Even at a level lower then that I believe that grappling becomes inpractical.
1. Grappling and MMA have rules Wing Chun doesnt - its like comparing apples and oranges
2. Its really hard to grapple two guys at once.
3. Competition vs. Reality
Wing Chun practitioners dont seek to confine themselves within the bounds of a competition - their art becomes synonymous with their life. Duality = One and the same.
What is it with all this 'Wing Chun has no rules'?
Can you grapple? No.
There's a rule. It's just all of the same old excuses for not training properly.
2 guys that practice wing chun i know are completely out of shape they're both pushing atleast 25 stone :MouthOpen:
they both work as door men in unsavoury club, can they fight, Oh yes they can....
Street fights are over very fast you dont need to be super fit to fight
When you can construct a fair and reasonable argument that isn't based on your fat chunning mates anecdotal evidence, then we might be able to engage in a debate. Until then, keep believing the fantasy that "streetfights" are over in seconds with the chunner victorious, you fucking moron.