Wing Chun Illustrated:

Issue 37: Aug 2017

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Wing Chun Illustrated
Standard / 8.25" x 10.75"
64 pages Perfect-bound
Sports & Leisure
gung fu, ip man, kung fu, Mark Hobbs, martial arts, Ving Tsun, wing chun, Wing Tjun, Wing Tsun, Wing Tsung, Yip Man

Issue 37 of Wing Chun Illustrated features Sifu Mark Hobbs on the cover. Mark probably has more active fighters in the cage than any other Wing Chun school and a lot of MMA gyms. His students regularly compete in professional and amateur MMA, Boxing, K1, Muay Thai, and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu competitions. Mark is recognised as a leading authority on how to get Wing Chun working in the cage—an area where most Wing Chun guys have had little success. WCI finds this controversial subject fascinating and engages Mark to write a regular column every issue to challenge the mindset of Wing Chun practitioners worldwide. Mark is on a crusade to modernise Wing Chun for the 21st Century so that it can hold its own against all fighting systems—old and new, reality and sport. We wanted to find out more, so we asked him.

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