If you really trained any legit martial arts you should know how useless wing tsun is in most cases.

There is no legit fighter with wing tsun as base in any major mma organization.
I was not suggesting it is superior, or better, but I find it more suitable to my style much better than MMA, which I find rather wild.

In closed-combat, I would opt for Wing Chun any day of the week.

A combination of many methods, if not all, including 'Geeljire lagdin' far outweighs than one. Now, that 'Geeljire lagdin' is a true art form, and skill to have.
 

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I was not suggesting it is superior, or better, but I find it more suitable to my style much better than MMA, which I find rather wild.

In closed-combat, I would opt for Wing Chun any day of the week.

A combination of many methods, if not all, including 'Geeljire lagdin' far outweighs than one. Now, that 'Geeljire lagdin' is a true art form, and skill to have.
What is your style ?


How long you been involved with martial arts?
 

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Started with classic Wing Chun, then moved on to J K Do, and incorporated 'lagdin'. I have been at it nearly for 11 years granted my 'lagdin' is not very good. It is a lost art in Somalia now, but I attended some sessions in India, and was impressed with the discipline.
To each their own , for me wing tsun is overhyped & works only against people who can't fight or are drunk :mjlol:
 
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