Bundle - William Cheung - Wing Chun Street Fighting Set
Grandmaster William Cheung, the longtime friend and Wing Chun training partner of Bruce Lee, recalls some of his most dangerous street fights and deconstructs the techniques he used to survive the encounters.
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This bundle includes the following items:
- William Cheung - Street Fighting Applications of Wing Chun DVD 1 - Choy Li Fut Challenge
- William Cheung - Street Fighting Applications of Wing Chun DVD 2 - No-Rules Rumble
- William Cheung - Street Fighting Applications of Wing Chun DVD 3 - Muay Thai Melee
William Cheung - Street Fighting Applications of Wing Chun DVD 1 - Choy Li Fut Challenge
In Street Fighting Applications of Wing Chun Volume 1: Choy Li Fut Challenge, Cheung tells the story of a Hong Kong bare-knuckle rooftop challenge against a Choy Li Fut practitioner in the hot and humid summer of 1956. The fight would raise Cheung’s profile to one of prominence should he emerge victorious, and on-hand were friends Bruce Lee and Wong Shun Leung to offer advice and input.
The topics covered include fighting strategies, observing one’s opponent, the differences between Choy Li Fut and Wing Chun, controlling the lead elbow from the blind side, footwork and much more!
William Cheung - Street Fighting Applications of Wing Chun DVD 2 - No-Rules Rumble
In Street Fighting Applications of Wing Chun Volume 2: No-Rules Rumble, loyalties and trust are put to the test as Cheung deals with members of Hong Kong’s gang population in the late 1950s. After intervening when four of them commit a violent crime, Cheung becomes a marked man. A friend offers to smooth out the situation, but Cheung finds himself the target of an ambush by three men, one of whom is armed with a sword. Learn how he survived this no-rules encounter!
Topics include dealing with an edged-weapon attack, weapon disarms, thinking on your feet, dagger attacks, butterfly sword drills and footwork for weapon disarms.
William Cheung - Street Fighting Applications of Wing Chun DVD 3 - Muay Thai Melee
In the spring of 1962 in Sydney, Australia, Cheung receives a call for help from a friend being bullied by a fighter from Thailand. The ensuing confrontation with the Thai fighter and his cronies puts Cheung in a situation where he’s outnumbered and faced with three opponents all armed with brass knuckles. As the fight goes on, Cheung is injured but still manages to devise some creative solutions to stay alive.
Learn how he did it! Topics include dealing with multiple opponents, defenses against low kicks, dealing with elbow and knee strikes, execution of stances and entry techniques, shin-kick drills and cross-arm drills for close-quarters fighting.