It's Wing TSUN, the 'ts' is important. There are many differences.
Still, reasonably nifty video.
A bit choreographed? I didn't see one solid blow landed, and yet his 'opponents' always went down like sack of ****, even I can see it's compliant rubbish.
There's differences between every lineage. The only similarity seems to be none are outstanding in MMA, or on the street, and all give stupid excuses like its too deadly for the ring or that we haven't seen teh real wing chun (ie like waht you said) or they tell us to fight their master or some equally retarded garbage like that.
Originally Posted by Xiangfei
Only excellent WC i have ever seen is John Clayton in Baltimore MD and thats because he tests it in live resisting combat environments... ie Hartford Road
I like this free form chi sao: http://www.youtube.com/w/Wing-Chun-S...ch=wing%20chun
Still chi sao "may" only happen for a split second in a real fight, but I don't think this challenger will talk bad about that particular instructor again.
Well that is just gor sao, I don't understand what they say at the end about how that makes their school different.
Originally Posted by baqi9
The short asian guy definitely had quick hands and was very direct, but I would prefer to see that in the context of sparring, rather than chi sao.
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