Join Date: May 2007
Location: Boston, Massachusetts
The honest truth is that the quality of your kicking will drop. Unless you spend as much time on kicking as you do now, your kicks will get sloppier than it previously was. This is not to say that you will no longer be able to kick, but like someone said "if you don't lose it, you'll lose it." It also may take a while for this to happen, but it will.
Even if you keep practicing kicks, you probably won't be practicing as much as you did in TKD. As such, you'll likely retain the important basics but the higher level stuff will start to fade.
I'm in a similar boat as you. I stopped taking TKD a few years ago, and while I can still do the moves, I don't do them all that well. Still, Boxing is a good idea.
It's probably because I'm biased that I say this, but you should drop Wing Chun instead. Go with boxing, and you'll have good hands. Keep TKD and you'll have good feet. and if you're creative, maybe you can find a way to use them, beyond leg kicks and such.
Though, as was said above, wrestling is a real good idea too.
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