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Master Wong Using Wing Chun To Defeat Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu

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Master Wong Using Wing Chun To Defeat Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu

Master Wong found himself a brown belt to test out his wing chun skills on. The hilarious expert filmed a lengthy “roll” with the bjj brown belt and just posted it to youtube.

Master Wong is of course still selling his self defense dvd, for only 97 pounds it is:

The Master Wong Wing Chun Self Defense training course is a complete guide to protecting yourself on the street. These EASY TO UNDERSTAND training videos are GUARANTEED to teach you everything you need to get yourself out of a difficult maybe even life-threatening situation if you are attacked while you are outside the safety of your home

Self Defense training is practical, filmed out on the street, in the environment you will encounter and works on applying techniques face to face with your partner. By practicing through a variety of scenarios and using drills to improve your reactions you will be able to act instinctively when you are under threat and do what needs to be done to protect yourself or those you care about.

Master Wong is your personal guide through the world of self defense and will put himself in dangerous spots and explain how to escape and make sure your attacker cant continue to bother you and will probably never want to bother anyone ever again.

So all went well when pros decided to try it?

In spite of having made a dozen videos about the rear naked choke, Master Wong has yet to learn how to apply the technique correctly. We show you (1) exactly why Master Wong’s chokes don’t work. (2) How to escape a standing rear naked choke in real time against full resistance (3) and we test out Master Wong’s techniques (ie: attempting to strike, bite, and eye gouge your way out of a choke) against 100% resistance at full contact.

 

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