Chu Sau Lei Wing Chun joined San Shou Tournament

The Singapore National Wu Shu Federation organized an open San Shou tournament. Our Singapore Wing chun had 3 of our students on the fighting card. We joined on 2-3 weeks’ notice

Our first competitor Gladdy (< 64kg) fought a very experienced opponent. He was much taller and exploited that height advantages very well in the clinch with his take downs. He was one of the best contestants in the tournament, all kudos to him. Gladdy lost on points.

Boon Chun (<75 kg) fought a San Shou opponent from a renowned local San Shou school. It was hard fought battle and both fighters did not bug down. Boon Chun used his body structure very well and was able to defend all takedowns by the San Shou fighter. The match could go either way but in the 2nd round Boon Chun got a warning for alleged groin kicking. Probably that cost Boon Chun the match. Boon Chun lost on points.

Laval (<75 kg) fought an experienced Muay Thai fighter. He did an excellent job, angled very well when his opponent charged in and had the best of most exchanges. The Muay Thai fighter had a hard punch but Lavl had good timing with his counters and pressed the Muay Thai fighter all over the mat. Laval scored on takedowns and forced his opponent at least 8-10 times off the mat (2 points). It was a very dominant display of Laval and he got a clear w.o.p over his opponent.

It was a great day and we had good fun and dinner afterwards. A bit of mixed bag regarding the results but good feedback on where we stand and what to work on. A great learning experience!!

I wish to thank my teacher Sifu Alan Orr and our team, Thomas and Toh for their coaching assistance and our competitors Gladdy, Boon Chun and Laval for taking up the challenge

Boon Chun match versus San Shou competitor

Chu Sau Lei Wing Chun joined San Shou Tournament

 

Steven Wang

Head Coach,

Chu Sau Lei Wing Chun Singapore

 

Tags:

Wing Chun Singapore, Wing Chun Singapore classes, Wing Chun Singapore Schools, Kung Fu Singapore, Self-defense Singapore

The Singapore National Wu Shu Federation organized an open San Shou tournament. Our Singapore Wing chun had 3 of our students on the fighting card. We joined on 2-3 weeks’ notice

Our first competitor Gladdy (< 64kg) fought a very experienced opponent. He was much taller and exploited that height advantages very well in the clinch with his take downs. He was one of the best contestants in the tournament, all kudos to him. Gladdy lost on points.

Boon Chun (<75 kg) fought a San Shou opponent from a renowned local San Shou school. It was hard fought battle and both fighters did not bug down. Boon Chun used his body structure very well and was able to defend all takedowns by the San Shou fighter. The match could go either way but in the 2nd round Boon Chun got a warning for alleged groin kicking. Probably that cost Boon Chun the match. Boon Chun lost on points.

Laval (<75 kg) fought an experienced Muay Thai fighter. He did an excellent job, angled very well when his opponent charged in and had the best of most exchanges. The Muay Thai fighter had a hard punch but Lavl had good timing with his counters and pressed the Muay Thai fighter all over the mat. Laval scored on takedowns and forced his opponent at least 8-10 times off the mat (2 points). It was a very dominant display of Laval and he got a clear w.o.p over his opponent.

It was a great day and we had good fun and dinner afterwards. A bit of mixed bag regarding the results but good feedback on where we stand and what to work on. A great learning experience!!

I wish to thank my teacher Sifu Alan Orr and our team, Thomas and Toh for their coaching assistance and our competitors Gladdy, Boon Chun and Laval for taking up the challenge

Boon Chun match versus San Shou competitor

Chu Sau Lei Wing Chun joined San Shou Tournament

 

Steven Wang

Head Coach,

Chu Sau Lei Wing Chun Singapore

 

Tags:

Wing Chun Singapore, Wing Chun Singapore classes, Wing Chun Singapore Schools, Kung Fu Singapore, Self-defense Singapore

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