Thread: Confronting Wing Chun Skeptisism
9/13/2013 9:05pm, #51
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Where is Jackie Chan?
9/13/2013 11:43pm, #52Whitsunday Martial Arts Airlie Beach North Queensland.
9/14/2013 12:58am, #53
I like how Bobby is now staff and was sent.
I like how he has now injured Bobby's ribs with his favorite punch.
I like how he cries about editing, but forgets HE EDITED HIS CHALLENGE MASTERS post.
I like how Bobby cried and yelled when I made this statement:
Liars are all the same.
Yep, here's a big fat WE TOLD YOU THIS WOULD HAPPEN BOBBY.
9/15/2013 4:23pm, #54
This is why I am skeptical of Wing Chun: Chunner Drama. Danny boy is just one example.
Chunners do this ****: record Youtube rants while driving and taking their eyes off the road (again and again, Dominic), all to prove the excellence and superiority of their Chun.
I don't see this level of theater in other CMA.
9/15/2013 4:26pm, #55
Oh ****, 2013 and chunners are still crying and fighting about who has the real chun.
2013 and mother fuckers are STILL challenging each other from different countries.
9/15/2013 10:05pm, #56
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Didn't this guy also have a bunch of rules about which techniques could be used, would only fight somebody physically smaller than himself, and so on? The whole thing was a punk move, and unfortunately Bobby played into it...
9/16/2013 10:17am, #57
The only thing I got from this is that he is apparently trying to cover all the asses.
That's commendable, I suppose, but is it common practice in the Chun world to file police reports against persons raising challenges towards you, and then issue a challenge towards the initial challenger and their homegirls via Youtube?
9/16/2013 12:01pm, #58
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You know, if I had to find a way for a fairly reputable boxing reporter to lose the views and respect of all of his viewers, I'd send him to a wing chun kwoon.
9/16/2013 12:24pm, #59
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I've got a general question. Is it more common for all this challenge nonsense to go on in "martial arts" that don't actually have some sort of competition aspect as an integral part of their system? I mean, how many "judo challenges" do you hear about? Boxing? Maybe more in BJJ but that's perhaps the whole macho Brazilian thing (or marketing?).
In any martial art/combat sport that get's your ass kicked in practice let alone competition, people will pretty much know who has the "real __________". And there are different levels of "the real ______" in any "alive" art/sport...which get sorted out in randori and competition at different levels.
If Horgan really ever boxed seriously, he'd know that.Falling for Judo since 1980
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9/16/2013 2:43pm, #60
You see it more in the ones that don't realistically spar or compete. So, the chunners that compete and spar don't issue dumbass challenges. This is pretty much the same for many CMAs that are still training alive.
Your BJJ example is slightly flawed because they were marketing/challenging all of the "too deadly to spar" set. Otherwise, most of their machismo was handle on the mat.
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