There's been a lot of talk on the Wing Chun side of this forum about ways of fixing Wing Chun. It led me to the question of "Did Bruce get it right?" A while back, I posted some suggestions as a practitioner of Wing Chun and JKD myself, critiquing Wing Chun and finding ways to improve the system. This was met with almost no dissent, and I think I got about 10 likes when I posted the following observations: - Lack of mobile footwork - Lack of head movement - Lack of body strength - Lack of overall body conditioning - Lack of takedown defence - Lack of ground fighting ability - Lack of punching power - Lack of diversity of attacks - Lack of positional skills - Lack of fluidity So the question is, "Did Bruce get it right?" Did his JKD address these issues? Is JKD the "combat adjusted" version of Wing Chun that we've been talking about? Did Bruce see the same thing I see when I look at 95% of Wing Chun? As a practitioner of both JKD and Wing Chun, I personally feel that JKD essentially is a more effective version of Wing Chun. The Wing Chun that I've been taught has been adjusted to the point where it is almost identical to the JKD that I learned. What do you guys think?