Dwyane Wade Visits China to Learn Kung Fu, Fails Miserably

Earlier this week, Dwyane Wade, the a recent addition to the Chicago Bulls, stopped by a Shaolin Temple in Henan, China while on tour to promote his brand.

On Tuesday, Wade, along with his wife Gabrielle Union, stopped by a Shaolin Temple pray for world peace, burn incense together and potentially learn a few kung fu moves, according to Shanghaiist.



During a martial arts show, Wade was invited on stage to learn the “Eagle Fist” from a monk. Let’s just say Wade shouldn’t quit his day job anytime soon:

Wade is currently in China to promote his retail store, sneaker and clothing brand “Way of Wade” as he makes his way to Shanghai, Zhengzhou, Shijiazhuang and Beijing.

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