Differences in Western Boxing and Wing Chun

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  1. KPM

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    No, its just that the base at that moment was the lead leg. Where many martial arts tend to keep both heels on the ground and the weight relatively evenly spread between between the two legs, boxing typically lifts one heel on impact for rotary force with the majority of the weight shifted to one leg. But there is still a solid base.
     

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