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the real hitman 07-11-2007 07:35 PM

Can a wing chun master take anyone in the ufc?
 
I was watchin this video of a kickboxer fighting a wing chun man and the wing chun man won...he also won against a grappler being able to stop his takedowns...

Would one be able to beat people in the ufc?

Judoka 07-11-2007 07:37 PM

It depends on the individual more then the style. Wing Chun is not bad anyway.

He would have to compete in the UFC to find out meaning i have no answer.

joppp 07-11-2007 07:45 PM

Depends on how much strength and KO power the master has... A Ninjutsu guy won UFC 3 I think.

So as long as this sport isn't some phoney art a good practitioner COULD certainly win. If he worked some bag.

TheNegation 07-11-2007 08:06 PM

No, not one who knew only Wing chun. They would get raped on the ground.

Uchaaa 07-11-2007 08:29 PM

Link to the vid plz

Lotus 07-11-2007 10:32 PM

the inherent problem with one style is the advantage other styles have against it i mean sure a wing chun master could win a few fights in the ufc but wtf is he going to do against a bjj black belt who takes him to the ground and snaps a kimura on him? tap

the real hitman 07-12-2007 02:40 AM

a lot of them specialize in anti grappling

ShadyNismo 07-12-2007 02:45 AM

One dimensional fighters can't last... gotta kno a lil bit or other techniques and whatnot :thumbsup:

B-Real 07-12-2007 05:02 AM

They may do well against somebody who just uses kickboxing or somebody that can just grapple but once they face somebody who trains in more than one art, like the fighters in the UFC.. They won't do as well. Look at say Gary Goodridge. Good boxer, good kickboxer, good grappler. But when he faces somebody has the skills he has but is better in one area, they beat him.

Judoka 07-12-2007 05:10 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Evil Ash
They may do well against somebody who just uses kickboxing or somebody that can just grapple but once they face somebody who trains in more than one art, like the fighters in the UFC.. They won't do as well. Look at say Gary Goodridge. Good boxer, good kickboxer, good grappler. But when he faces somebody has the skills he has but is better in one area, they beat him.

I am sure the Wing Chun master would train some grappling and ground fighting before going into MMA.


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