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undefeatedchamp
Fri Jan 13 2006, 04:25PM Quote
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which one do you think is better wing chun, muay thai, kickboxing

i have heard wing chun is extremely dangerous and powerful which 1 is better
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Killer Karl
Fri Jan 13 2006, 07:59PM Quote
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Wing Chun is very effective but can be difficult to learn and suits a smaller body type. I've attempted to learn it 15 years ago and it did not suit me.
Muay Thai is also effective but simple to learn and it has been a devasting Martial Art in the MMA world combined with grappling skills. It is an effective Martial Art for the street as well. It suits any body type, man or woman, child or adult. It does not need extensive drilling or training to be effective. It is combat proven over many years of development.
Regards Karl

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undefeatedchamp
Sun Jan 15 2006, 08:46PM Quote
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but you kids can not learn muay thai because of all the conditioning it will ruin there frame and they wont grow to there pottential i personally think wing chun is better
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Killer Karl
Mon Jan 16 2006, 11:53AM Quote
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Thats crap, why ask if you think Wing Chun is the best anyway? But I promised not to biffo this year so you are welcomed to your opinion.
Cheers Karl.

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Thu Jan 19 2006, 03:36AM Quote

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undefeatedchamp, I'm confused, where exactly did you get that information from? "Ruin there frame", I don't think so. Muay Thai is a very discipline form of Martial Arts. I think you should try it before you post things like that.

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undefeatedchamp
Sat Jan 28 2006, 12:16AM Quote
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look mauy thai is crap compared to wing chun i have studyd both and wing chun is far more effective it gets straight 2 the point theres no messing around like mauy thai personally i think mauy thai is a load of bollocks
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Mon Jan 30 2006, 12:29PM Quote

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You still havenít answered the question: "Ruin there frame", and may I ask where you did your Muay Thai training and how long for?

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fobby01
Fri Feb 03 2006, 04:49AM Quote
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The thing here is that, its never the Martial Art that is better; its the practioner. Making a comparison saying one is "Crap" and the other is better is based purely on personal experience. Consider this, If a professional Muay Thai fighter fought a novice Wing Chun practitioner who would win?...surely the more experienced not the particular style the fighter uses.
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Killer Karl
Fri Feb 03 2006, 08:37AM Quote
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Very true Fobby good point. But what if both practioners are equal in skill. UnderfeatedChamp is welcomed to come down and spar at our gym. Sunshine West Community Centre Kereem St Sunshine West. Mon-Thurs at 4-7pm and Saturdays 2-4pm. Its a safe environment and we would spar under controlled conditions.
Regards Karl.
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fobby01
Mon Feb 06 2006, 03:38AM Quote
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Hmm good point Killer Karl, but I don't know how anyone could determine "The Same Level of Skill." It's definitely a hard one to match, I mean there have been many comparisons such as "Who would win between Mohammed Ali at his peak and Bruce Lee at his in a boxing match?" How do you determine the same level of skill in this area?" Although you may match the best in a Wing Chun gym with the best in a Kickboxing Gym, does this then determine which Martial Art is greater if one beats the other? and when do we stop matching up the best of each gym to finally find which Art is more superior? I guess just look as far as the K1 or other MMA sports, you will not find one fighter who only works with just one Art as they appreciate the strengths and weaknesses in all and combine them to make them better.

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fobby01
Mon Feb 06 2006, 03:42AM Quote
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"Undefeated Champ", just wanted to request where you got your info about "Ruining their Frame" from? As that is a pretty BOLD comment to make in a forum such as this and I would like to know which Professional justified that BS.
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