Sifu Khan and Master Mahmood demonstrate some basic Wing Chun Skills
Zubbiar Khan Sifu started training in martial arts at very young age when he was taught classical indian wrestling and Shotokan Karate.
In 1986 Sifu Zubbiar continued his grappling/wrestling martial arts when he studied Small Circle Ju-Jitsu under Instructor TC Singh.
Sifu Zubbiar really enjoyed these grappling based arts, however wanted to learn a more practical and more importantly a stand up martial art.
In 1990 Sifu Zubbiar studied Akido where his passion for mastering a practical martial art started.
It was also in 1990, that Sifu Zubbiar was introduced to now retired Wing Chun teacher, Master Abid Mahmood. This led to passion for Wing Chun that has been a consistent live in his life.
In 1997 to supplement his Wing Chun training Sifu Zubbiar studied with World Champion Thai Boxer Eval Denton. However his passion and base for all his martial arts experience will always lie with Wing Chun Kuen.
Sifu Zubbiar has now gone on to become a great teacher and has developed his own unique style and method of teaching. Zubbiar has been fortunate to experience Master Abid Mahmood and Master Mahmood teacher James Sinclair’s approach to the Art. James is is also the UK Wing Chun Kung Fu Association’s Founder and Chief Instructor.
Zubbiar openly acknowledges the influence Master Abid has had on his martial arts journey thus far and would happily say that he owes a great deal of his love for Wing Chun to Master Abid and James Sinclair.
Sifu Zubbair is a true martial artist. He sets very high standards for himself, and expects the same dedication and hard work from all of his students.
Zubbiar loves the depth, skills & dexterity with the weapon elements of the Wing Chun Art, namely the pole and butterfly knives. This ethos has made Sifu Zubbiar one of the most respected teachers in the Association.
He has dedicated many years to Wing Chun and has trained hard to complete the third level grading and continues to work towards his fourth level grading.
He continuous to be humble and hard working, and demonstrates total support for the UKWCKFA.