A quick look Wing Chun ground fighting myths

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Stood up or on the ground there is no guarantee that a person is physically able to reach the eyes. What is the correct foot positioning for eye strikes?What if they attack your eyes at the same time? What if you carnt get out of the situation and you have given your attacker the idea of eye attacks?

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This is a live clip from a chi sao open day with a bigger guy taking a smaller guy to the ground. The smaller guy attempts groan and eye strikes to little effect.

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