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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 04-24-2012, 09:49 PM Thread Starter
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How come no one incorporates Wing Chun in UFC or MMA fights?
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How come no one incorporates Wing Chun in UFC or MMA fights?
Here some good demonstrations http://video.search.yahoo.com/search/video?p=wing+chun
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Wing Chun is good for self defense against regular people if you are attacked. Sport MMA is very different with weight classes, refs, rounds and experienced fighters.

Wing Chun wasn't created for battle, but instead it was created for self defense against regular attackers (like most TMA's).

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Wing Chun is good in a self defense way against regular people that would attack you. Sport MMA is very different with weight classes, refs, rounds and experienced fighters.

Wing Chun wasn't created to battle, but for self defense against an regular attacker (like most TMA's).
Thank you for explaining, I am just a fan of mix martial arts, when I was young (16 years old)I was in boxing, and at age 18 I get involved in olympic weighth lifting than in bodybuilding,I competed az a IFBB Pro till 2001. To me mix martial is the most complect physical activity.

Are you a mix martial art fighter?
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Thank you for explaining, I am just a fan of mix martial arts, when I was young (16 years old)I was in boxing, and at age 18 I get involved in olympic weighth lifting than in bodybuilding,I competed az a IFBB Pro till 2001. To me mix martial is the most complect physical activity.

Are you a mix martial art fighter?
No I am not, but you cannot go wrong studying MMA. Great for confidence, fitness and practicality. Good luck!

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