Posted On:9/26/2004 5:21pm
I really wasn't aware of what was going on.
Where did you see a chop?
Posted On:9/26/2004 5:46pm
Style: wingy chingy
I think it was at the end of the first round or the begining of the second. I don't know for sure because I can't view the fight on this computer. did you feel like you used your wing chun in the fight? If so, how?
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Posted On:9/26/2004 8:06pm
Conceptually, I had decided not to trade strikes
I think this is at the heart of WC and BJJ
I had 2 fingers dislocated 4 weeks before the fight
I didn't train at all for the whole month leading up to the fight
I had heard good things about team pound's kickboxing
so my strategy was, close the gap with a push kick and shuffle step (in a WC way), apply forward pressure and see what happens
As it happened, my opponent didn't want to trade punches either
he did get a good take down off a kick catch (that I reversed while falling)
but mostly he would just run in after a kick
I tried some chain palms in the second round after a kick but he ran in
In summary the way I kicked and shuffled in (pushkick not withstanding) and the concept of not trading punches were both IMO WC applied
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