There’s a Kung Fu move called “fun pack.” Written, I’m sure it’s spelled differently. But when spoken in Mandorin it sounds a lot like “fun pack.”
The following is a description of a move named something like “Chinau chop choy fun pack.”
Your enemy approaches from the front and hastily throws a cross at you. Retreating into a left cat stance, you throw a right hand crane block, defelecting the blow. Simultaneously, your left hand swoops across your face and upward to your left ear. It is armed and ready with a panther fist.
Immediately following the block, you grab your opponent’s arm with your right hand and pull him/her violently towards you. At the same time you twist the panther fist at your openent’s face, neck, or eyes striking them. At this point, if your opponent rears back, you reach up with both hands and grab his/her arms. Pulling both arms outward, you essentially force your opponent to face you squarely, at which point you bring your knee up into chamber and kick them forcefully in the sternum.
You could probably stop here. But you might as well follow that with a Pak choy where you drop into horse stance following the kick and deliver a might blow to their face or clavical in a downward hammer like motion.
Fun pack? I think YES.