Wing Chun vs MMA – Young Wing Chun Hobbyist vs Older MMA Amateur
We have a very recent MMA vs Wing Chun match from China. This is a fight in the ring between 43-year-old and a 27-year-old. The results are typical from this type of style vs style martial arts matchup. We’ve seen this so many times already that we already have the dread and the premonition. Like always, hope you enjoy the fight commentary. Let’s see what we can learn and what great tips we can give people who want to step into the ring. Let us know in the comments what you see too! More style vs style stuff to come!! Keep sending us clips, whether of yourself sparring, competing, practicing, or of Chinese martial arts or bullshido that we can critique.
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