Wing Chun Vs Pro MMA Fighter

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If you're serious about your martial art practice you should consider testing your skills out with other martial art styles or combat fighters, just as in this MMA Fighter vs Wing Chun.

This video was uploaded by MMAShredded Jeff Chan on his official YouTube Channel. If you enjoyed his content, make sure to check out his channel!

Pro MMA Fighter

Jeff Chan goes under the nickname of MMAShredded online is a professional MMA currently signed with ONE Championship. He started with Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. However, once he tried out Muay Thai he fell in love with it. Having found his new passion, Jeff decided to focus on Muay Thai only. He managed to bring home many satisfactions, such as winning the Regional Amateur Muay Thai Championship and his entrance into the world of MMA of course.

Wing Chun Superstar

Nathan Young, also known on his social media as Sifu Nate, is a popular Wing Chun and JKD instructor. He obtained his certification under Professor Kainoa Li. He was certified under Professor Kai but has also studied and practiced with many "Giants" in the sector, such as Don Inosanto.

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Anderson Silva training Wing Chun with Dan Inosanto

When referring to JKD, Sifu Nate leaves the following description on his website:

"Training in martial arts will help you unlock your full potential as a human being. Jeet Kune Do is an
art and form of exercise for the whole body and mind. Becoming totally free, fluid, and clear as water."

You can actually book a session with Sifu Nate on his website where you can consult his agenda and also discover more about him and his Masters and Instructors.

What do you think about this MMA Fighter vs Wing Chun exchange? Would you try out your skills in order to sharpen them? Let us know in the comment section below!

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