15 oz. weight
Strength of a double weave uniform
Grandmaster William Cheung pits his wing chun techniques versus a muay Thai fighters' martial arts skills. Find out how grandmaster William Cheung won.
Bruce Lee's longtime friend, grandmaster William Cheung, recalls the wing chun techniques he used to win some of the most dangerous encounters with a Thai fighter in Street Fighting Applications of Wing Chun - Volume 3: Muay Thai Melee.
In the spring of 1962, he receives a call for help from a friend being bullied by a fighter from Thailand. When confronted by the Thai fighter and his cronies, grandmaster William Cheung is outnumbered and faced with three opponents all armed with brass knuckles. As the fight goes on, grandmaster William Cheung is injured but still manages to devise some creative solutions to stay alive.
In Street Fighting Applications of Wing Chun - Volume 3: Muay Thai Melee, Cheung recalls the encounter and deconstructs the self-defense techniques he used to survive. Topics covered in this volume include:
- Dealing with multiple opponents.
- Self-defenses techniques against low kicks.
- Dealing with elbow and knee strikes.
- Execution of stances and entry techniques.
- Shin-kick drills.
- Cross-arm drills for close-quarters fighting.
Grandmaster William Cheung is a Black Belt Hall of Fame member and has trained since the age of 10 with the legendary Yip Man. From his headquarters in Australia, grandmaster William Cheung now operates a worldwide network of instructors and students interested in learning wing chun techniques. He is also an expert in meridians, pressure points and meditation dealing with internal energies. Today, his programs for sports injuries and stress-related illnesses are highly sought across the globe.