When you challenge a 350 pound Wing Chun instructor at a seminar, bad things happen
This Wing Chun seminar attendee finds out the hard way why you don’t challenge the 300+ pound instructor.
What this Karateka did is very disruptive, disrespectful and just all around jerkish. There’s no perfect, unbeatable technique. Otherwise, all of us would just train that one technique. There are counters & defense to everything.
Wing Chun is a concept-based Chinese martial art and form of self-defense utilizing both striking and grappling while specializing in close-range combat.
Some Wing Chun practitioners believe that the person with better body structure will win. A correct stance is like a piece of bamboo, firm but flexible, rooted but yielding. This structure is used to either deflect external forces or redirect them.
Some crazy comments from this video. Check them out:
“Karate Black belt is the old-fart who comes into a Wing Chun seminar and starts challenging a specific technique being taught. While I find Wing Chun to be stupid and generally a waste of time as it takes way too long to become good at it to knock a person out….but what this old-fart Karateka did is very disruptive, disrespectful and just being an all-around jerk.”
“There’s no perfect, unbeatable technique, otherwise all will just train that one technique….thus, there are counters & defense to everything. Anyway, this Karateka is one of those forms only Black belts who never fought for real before (which is pretty standard for most TMA McDojos)…hell, he probably never even sparred hard for full knockouts….so when he gets popped in the face at about 50% power, he gets all bewildered.”
“Wing Chun guy is pretty damn fat and wheezing for air, yet he’s a big dude which is what makes him dangerous to the skinny old guy…but also the WC guy seems to be a legit fighter, with experience. Kind of like fat-ass Steven Seagal, who’s 6’4” stature is what makes him dangerous; more so than his being a master in some garbage like Aikido.