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  • Tenguru
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    yea. those chain punches look like they would piss off a grappler to the point where he/she would really want to f*ck you up.

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  • DARKSON
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    Originally posted by much love
    if WC is good and the BJJ person stands up, BJJ is toast
    The bjj man will stand up long enough to get a good shoot and then.....well we all know what happens then.

    Last time I checked WC wasn't exactly the art of the 1 punch ko.

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  • LOVED2BLOVED
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    you state interesting points. i do not think these have ever been covered here. i will have to put alot of thought into those...

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  • much love
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    Oh yeh back to does BJJ own WC?
    depends on the stylist and their approach to the fight
    if WC is good and the BJJ person stands up, BJJ is toast
    if the BJJ person shoots super low, like below the knee, before an exchange
    WC doesn't have a chance
    Any thoughts?

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  • DARKSON
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    Originally posted by infidel
    i guess what i'm asking is does bjj own wing chun for real, or am i missing something because i'm a noob to both. or am i just opening a can of worms and should keep my mouth shut.....
    Bjj owns WC man but I think it's good to have striking along w grappling.

    Now as far as a good striking style i would suggest Muay Thai. You dont have to learn Cantonese and you will be a proficient striker in a short amount of time.

    Muay Thai is not fancy or complicated. It's simple and effective.

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  • much love
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    thanx

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  • GrinningDog
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    this is a kerambit

    http://www.tadgear.com/edged%20tools...l_karambit.htm

    and here is a training version so you dont kill your partner

    http://warriorcraft.tripod.com/wchome/id2.html

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  • much love
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    what is this"kerambit" that you speak of?

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  • GrinningDog
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    heh, wanna add more fun to wing chun? put a kerambit in your hand when you do trapping.

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  • much love
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    great advice from everybody
    do what you want
    if you desire to be a real fighter, fight
    then you will see fighting for what it is
    attack, attack, attack
    what works is what works
    I showed my first BJJ instructor, Eduardo De Lima "Veio, chain punching
    he said he sees value in the technique as a prelude to a shoot
    he also would occasionally punch at me with no warning when we were just hanging out
    his comment was he believes in WC because I am always ready

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  • xoaxos
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    if you want to learn to fight, concentrate on bjj

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  • WingChun Lawyer
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    Wing chun is indeed very, very boring at the beginning. If you can't stand the endless repetition of drills and hand moves for some more months, do BJJ and try wing chun again in a few months or years to see if you can renew your interest.

    The psychological component of training MA shouldn't be neglected: if you find it boring, your training is probably not going very well.

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  • LOVED2BLOVED
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    Originally posted by Hannibal
    Fuck Wing Chun. Stick with Bjj. Grappling is the way to go.
    :D

    do what you think is right, but dont rush into anything or you may regret it!!!

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  • Hannibal
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    Fuck Wing Chun. Stick with Bjj. Grappling is the way to go.

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  • MrMcFu
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    It's okay. I lost patience with WT too. Although I finally found a trainer that I liked personally, it just wasn't for me.

    I think they talk too much.

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