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    Wing Chun? hard style. Wing Tsun? softer than Aikido. Flipside? practically limp.

    Wing Chun is the old chinese style that Yip Man refined, as he became older and had less power, he realised that the style was more effective when practised softer and more relaxed. Yip Man's last student, Leung Ting, learned this softer version, refined and perfected it, and made his own system out of it: Wing Tsun. That's why Wing Chun is a hard MA, and Wing tsun is a soft MA (maybe even softer then Aikido). Leung Ting then teached it to GM Allan Fong who teached it to M Thommy Luke Boehlig. Alan Fong and Thommy Luke Boehlig founded Martial Arts International, and developed the Wing Tsjun system. They changed the name again to differentiate with the wing tsun of Keith R. Kernspecht, also a pupil of Leung Ting, who has bought the rights of Wing Tsun from Leung Ting and, from what I heard, kept lots of "secrets" and refinements of the technics to his own.

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    WING TJUN. Your explanation has already been talked about earlier in the thread.


    ****. Out of all the Chun thread that are current, you must find the damn near 3 year old thread.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flipside
    Wing Chun is the old chinese style that Yip Man refined, as he became older and had less power, he realised that the style was more effective when practised softer and more relaxed. Yip Man's last student, Leung Ting, learned this softer version, refined and perfected it, and made his own system out of it: Wing Tsun. That's why Wing Chun is a hard MA, and Wing tsun is a soft MA (maybe even softer then Aikido). Leung Ting then teached it to GM Allan Fong who teached it to M Thommy Luke Boehlig. Alan Fong and Thommy Luke Boehlig founded Martial Arts International, and developed the Wing Tsjun system. They changed the name again to differentiate with the wing tsun of Keith R. Kernspecht, also a pupil of Leung Ting, who has bought the rights of Wing Tsun from Leung Ting and, from what I heard, kept lots of "secrets" and refinements of the technics to his own.
    Who are you, and why should I care about your "Tsjun"?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyril
    Who are you, and why should I care about your "Tsjun"?
    The Deadliness grows with each added letter.



    Also, shouldn't this **** be in Trollshido?

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    He is another asshat who has the anti-grapple and the deadly finger pokes, throat strikes and low kicks of the real _ing _un. In other words he is a tard.

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    i have teh r34l wing tjghkslnghun

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flipside
    Wing Chun is the old chinese style that Yip Man refined, as he became older and had less power, he realised that the style was more effective when practised softer and more relaxed. Yip Man's last student, Leung Ting, learned this softer version, refined and perfected it, and made his own system out of it: Wing Tsun. That's why Wing Chun is a hard MA, and Wing tsun is a soft MA (maybe even softer then Aikido). Leung Ting then teached it to GM Allan Fong who teached it to M Thommy Luke Boehlig. Alan Fong and Thommy Luke Boehlig founded Martial Arts International, and developed the Wing Tsjun system. They changed the name again to differentiate with the wing tsun of Keith R. Kernspecht, also a pupil of Leung Ting, who has bought the rights of Wing Tsun from Leung Ting and, from what I heard, kept lots of "secrets" and refinements of the technics to his own.
    Yeah that's funny because the only evidence for wing chun is....well...there is no evidence.

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    ChunTASTIC.

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    Tjunspastic? Chunerrific? The Chunability quotient is high? Chunmongous? Tsunadelic?

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