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    Quote Originally Posted by Garbanzo Bean
    Well, I suppose if you give an infinite number of monkeys an infinite amount of time . . . j/k KP.
    Your post: 2 monkeys, ten minutes.

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    If it was wing chun style, he would've punched vertical fisted with little power and he would also be a skinny punk.

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    To let some people know; No, I did not start a thread for my avatar, this like totally is like old news. (Fedor being invincible and stuff.)


    Quote Originally Posted by Virus
    He's just pushing his guard to the side to get in for the punch.
    Mark this one down as a genius.

    Quote Originally Posted by odacon
    But... pushing your opponent's guard out of the way is in almost all if not every striking art.
    Possibly, but not the same style of clearing the way though.

    Quote Originally Posted by Thaiboxerken
    If it was wing chun style, he would've punched vertical fisted with little power and he would also be a skinny punk.
    He'd still be taller than you.

    Quote Originally Posted by JKDChick
    That wasn't even CLOSE to a jut. He just batted the guy's hand away, you know, like in BOXING.

    Not even remotely a jut.
    Thank you JKDChick, I had no idea what the hell this nut was talking about.

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    if the techniques in wing chun were replaced with the techniques in boxing it'd be a much better style
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    Quote Originally Posted by supercrap
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    Fedor uses a wall bag too!!! :eusa_danc

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    There's nothing wrong with Wing Chun, it's the sloppy unscientific and inefficient way everybody else fights which is the problem. Don't these people realise that the shortest route between two point is a straight line ? Don't they understand the inherent mechanical strength of triangles ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Garbanzo Bean
    Well, I suppose if you give an infinite number of monkeys an infinite amount of time . . . j/k KP.
    LOL...I was eating a banana when I read this.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DANINJA
    We would call that move an indoor pak sao and punch (but the punch here is not a wing chun punch) and yes the idea behind it is to clear the way first before you punch
    Quote Originally Posted by JKDChick
    That wasn't even CLOSE to a jut...not even remotely a jut.
    Quote Originally Posted by PizDoff
    Thank you JKDChick, I had no idea what the hell this nut was talking about.
    Maybe it is just the camera angle that is causing us to see it differently. Does it look to you like he is pushing it to the side? I was originally thinking Lop Sao because to me he appeared to be pulling his hand toward him...not to the side. I sent the clip to someone much higher up than me. He was the one that responded that it more closely resembled a Jut Sao because of the jerking downward and release motion, not because of the form. He isn't actually gripping so it isn't a Lop. He isn't "pushing" it left/right/back so it wouldn't be a Pak. Again, because of the camera angle, we might be seen it two different ways.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Thaiboxerken
    If it was wing chun style, he would've punched vertical fisted with little power and he would also be a skinny punk.
    ...but it wasn't. Why would someone with Jun Fan Gung Fu list in their style field be difficult when replying to my Jun Fan propaganda.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PizDoff
    My lineage is better than yours.
    Your "lineage" in JFGF/JKD? I assume that you...like most of us only have 2 degrees of seperation from the source.
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    Quote Originally Posted by supercrap
    Please, don't feed the _ing _unners.
    I am not a Wing Chunner.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kidspatula
    if the techniques in wing chun were replaced with the techniques in boxing it'd be a much better style
    Not fully replaced with...ADDED TO!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by KhorneliusPraxx
    Not fully replaced with...ADDED TO!!!
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    Nah, she had it right the first time.

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    A guy pushes a hand out of the way and that means he's doing wing chun? Well, for that matter, he must've employed footwork, since he's on his feet, so he's doing TKD too. And I think his fingers closed around the other guys arm a little, which constitutes gripping, so he's also using Judo. This was a seriously technically advanced, cross-art punch here! :sleepy2:

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