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I agree with what Dave said. But there are imho two bigger problems. Many Wing Chun techniqes are illegal in MMA. And that little what you are left with is simply not enought to learn Wing Chun for MMA purposes. Learning Wing Chun to a reasonable level takes years. Compared to boxing for example where you can get up to speed in a few months.


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Wing Chun is uncommon in MMA for three major reasons. First, its practitioners generally shun sparring. Second, its practitioners generally shun realistic wrestling, throwing, and groundwork practice. Third, the skill Wing Chun focuses the most time on--hand trapping--is a small part of fighting in general, and is easily overshadowed by boxing or clinch work ...



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