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  1. devilboy7778 is offline

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    Interesting Point about teh deadly chun and how it could work

    While listening to Joe Rogan's podcast he made an interesting point that Wing Chun could possibly work against ground n pound.
    Lets think why
    - You can get in the stance by laying completely flat on your back and lifting your pelvis a little.
    - You can't duck/bob/or weave
    - Traps could possibly lead to Subs
    - BJJ and Wing Chun already get along (says my old teacher who was friends with one of the Gracies)

    Why not
    - A main thing in Wing Chun is turning on the heels
    - Many doubt it (not surprisingly)
    - Possibly not enough power to block or deflect

    Idk I just found it interesting and wanted to see what other people thought about it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by devilboy7778 View Post
    While listening to Joe Rogan's podcast he made an interesting point that Wing Chun could possibly work against ground n pound.
    Lets think why
    - You can get in the stance by laying completely flat on your back and lifting your pelvis a little.
    - You can't duck/bob/or weave
    - Traps could possibly lead to Subs
    - BJJ and Wing Chun already get along (says my old teacher who was friends with one of the Gracies)

    Why not
    - A main thing in Wing Chun is turning on the heels
    - Many doubt it (not surprisingly)
    - Possibly not enough power to block or deflect

    Idk I just found it interesting and wanted to see what other people thought about it.
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    I don't get it OP. Is the fact that it is Joe Rogan making this statement and not some random chunner that in your mind gives it more credit?
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    Quote Originally Posted by devilboy7778 View Post
    While listening to Joe Rogan's podcast he made an interesting point that Wing Chun could possibly work against ground n pound.
    Lets think why
    - You can get in the stance by laying completely flat on your back and lifting your pelvis a little.
    - You can't duck/bob/or weave
    - Traps could possibly lead to Subs
    - BJJ and Wing Chun already get along (says my old teacher who was friends with one of the Gracies)

    Why not
    - A main thing in Wing Chun is turning on the heels
    - Many doubt it (not surprisingly)
    - Possibly not enough power to block or deflect

    Idk I just found it interesting and wanted to see what other people thought about it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hooded Justice View Post
    I don't get it OP. Is the fact that it is Joe Rogan making this statement and not some random chunner that in your mind gives it more credit?
    No
    But that does help
    I just think that it made sense to me, but I'm thinking thats because I understand Wing Chun (regrettably) more then others...
    OR IM CRAZZZZYYYYYYYYY
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    A chunner started at my work recently and I am 100% sure he knows I think chunning sucks. I'm always asking the hard questions and offering to spar. He's always saying he is taught privately by a real instructor, that's why my hard questions don't count, and suggesting he would just redirect my energy while striking vital points, the reason sparring is out.

    Fucking chunners.

    And no, it won't work on the ground against someone who knows what they are doing on the ground, **** it, against someone with 3 months training on the ground. There is way more to it that just not being able to turn on the heels. Techniques are different standing than they are when gravity is pulling someone with all its force on top of you. Trapping will more likely result in a submission hold for the ground guy than a fluke submission for a chunner.
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    Quote Originally Posted by battlefields View Post
    A chunner started at my work recently and I am 100% sure he knows I think chunning sucks. I'm always asking the hard questions and offering to spar. He's always saying he is taught privately by a real instructor, that's why my hard questions don't count, and suggesting he would just redirect my energy while striking vital points, the reason sparring is out.
    Hold him down and tickle him till he pees. Then ask him where his chi went.
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