|Originally posted by LazFX |
I actually had a run in with a few guys that professed to know these fighting styles,,,,, they focked me up for about the first 2 hits, lil Q5echo like dudes.. ha ha
but yeah, its a quick and very potent style.... but don't really work in close quarters, you have to step back in order to accomplish the style.
Damn those lil bastards focked me up, but then once I got my weight into them..... well it was over, but damn did I regret it,,, broken nose, cracked eye socket and well... after I healed I learned never to flip off a bunch of Asians in a car for no brinker!! ha ha ha sorry Q
Wing Tsun actaully is made for closed spaces and is all about closing distances, protecting your center line, and looking for an opening . If you do boxing, you have a very big advantage over most people who've never trained in any style before. The conditioning for boxing is pretty good and makes you fast on your feet with quick punches, which ofcourse is a very valuable asset especially in practical situations. If you start practicing something like wing tsun, you'll be a force to be reckoned with.
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