I restore the Balance
Posted On:12/25/2003 9:17pm
Style: I wear pants
Originally posted by Boyd
This is the absolute most ridiculous statement I've ever heard made on this forum. Retract it immediately.
Personally, I thought this was worse ->
"Wing Chun is a complete system."
Kungfoolss, Scourge of the theory-based stylists, Most Feared man at Bullshido.com, and the Preeminent Force in the martial arts political arena
Posted On:12/25/2003 9:28pm
Style: BJJ, Wing Chun
KFSS- As usual you provide evidence that you don't know ****.
Decafinated white belt.
Posted On:12/25/2003 9:43pm
Amp - yeah, Wing Chun is so fucking complete.
Now go roll with ANYONE. Thanks.
Katana, on 540 kicks: "Hang from a ceiling fan with both hands. Flail your feet out and ask people to walk into you as you hit their face."
Posted On:12/25/2003 9:45pm
Lucky for you I live right outside Raleigh. I'll roll you will any day.
How about Saturday? What time is best for you? Where? I'm closer to North Raleigh but I'd glady meet you close to where you are.
Then we can see how sarcastic you are in person.
Posted On:12/25/2003 10:22pm
Nihilanthic-Still waiting to hear from you. I'm sure everyone here would like us to get together so you can prove how shitty wing chun really is against a tuff MMA like yourself.
Posted On:12/25/2003 10:32pm
Since when does wing chun have any grappling in it? So you crosstrained, and now you're gonna roll and that means wing chun is any good? Wing chun is a striking art.
Excuse me, actually. I wasn't expecting a quick reply.
You show me WING CHUN groundfighting and I'll retract that statement.
Posted On:12/25/2003 10:42pm
I don't care if you retract your statement, I want to roll with you. You have implied that my Wing Chun is incomplete and I'd like to give you the opportunity to prove your point. I will demonstrate my wing chun grappling skills for you the minute you take me down to the ground. As a gentleman, I give you my word that I will discontinue punching you as soon as you're knocked out.
I train in Wing Chun. We train groundfighting. You have no idea what wing chun is. I really enjoy that advantage.
Posted On:12/25/2003 10:52pm
Implied? All I've EVER seen is slappy demos, striking, and lineage bitching.
If YOUR Wing Chun actually does decent rolling, great, sign me up. I'd LOVE to meet one of these 1% guys.
And FYI, if your **** works, I'd be happy to find that out. I just want what works dude.
So, explain what you do.
Posted On:12/25/2003 11:11pm
I've PM'd you the site.
If you're looking to do a lot of rolling, don't come to the wing chun school because you're not gonna be doing much ground work for at least the first year. That's the way we train. Grappling in Wing Chun is something an advanced student learns, not something you walk in the door and start doing.
WC is predominantly a standing style and you have to learn theory and applications standing before you can apply them to the ground.
Posted On:12/25/2003 11:29pm
I've previously done two classes, one standing one grappling, immediately after the other. I could always do it again. Hell, it was great for endurance. TWO classes worth of conditioning.
What is the teaching like? What drills? What sparring? Does it fall within the almighty "alive" training mentality?
Last edited by Nihilanthic; 12/25/2003 11:33pm at .
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