Bao Ding Kuai Chiao derives directly from Shuai Chiao when it was at the height of its development between the Ch'ing and Ming Dynasties. "Kuai Chiao" literally means "fast wrestling". It can trace its roots to Master Ping Jing Yi who was born in 1830 and was famous in Northern China for his Shuai Chiao and Shaolin kung fu. His student was the famous Zhang Feng Yan, who was a fighting champion in Northern China. Zhang Feng Yan's top student, Chang Tung Sheng, went on to become the undefeated full-contact fighting champion of Mainland China.
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