I think you're full of complete ****. No one from your Wing chun school is getting ready for MMA. They might be planning to have an MMA match, but nothing they are doing is getting them ready for it. Though I think even that is unlikely.
Of course, you could resolve the issue by telling me where you train, who your sifu is, and what students are preparing for MMA fights along with some proof to verify the information.
I haven't been mean. You asked if IIF was calling you a liar. He wasn't but I am.
I think you are misrepresenting your school to lend your opinion greater credibility.
If you want to use 'people at my school are training for MMA' as a way to boost the validity of your opinion then you need to tell us the school, and who is training for MMA.
Otherwise why would you even bring it up?
Edit: I jumped back to verify some stuff, you say you learned WC at your JKD school. So you're training WC. You then say that students of that school are training for MMA. So my statement stands. For your assertion that WC is useful to be in any way backed up by your training experience you have to be more explicit about your experience. Who are you training with and where at the very minimum.
You know, get everyone up in arms, by hedging and then we will see a post about a school that trains alive, has BJJ seminars and is legit. Then the poster will try to pull the "respect" lecture card, while ignoring the semantic based trolling that started the whole mess.
In defense of wing chun, when Jackie Chan was working the wooden dummy at the beginning of Rumble in the Bronx it looked really cool.
Plus the fight scenes in Ip Man were pretty good.
That's my positive message for the day.
I'll go out on the proverbial limb. IMHO JKD is weak. WC is weaker still. I would choose a seasoned street fighter over either of these styles period. You got that Stay Guapa 95? You're young and don't really know anything yet. Stop showing your ass,it's embarrassing.