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Continuing from where the first film left off, Wing Chun master Ip Man and his family move to Hong Kong in the early 1950s after their escape from the Japanese. There, he desires to open a school to propagate his art, as well as to make his living, but he has difficulty attracting students due to his lack of reputation in the city. One day, a young man named Wong Leung appears and promptly challenges Ip to a fight, but is easily defeated. Wong leaves humiliated, only to return with some friends to gang up on him. Ip beats them as well. Stunned and impressed by his skills, Wong and his friends become his first students, bringing more disciples to help the school thrive.
Wong is later caught pasting promotion leaflets for the school by some Hung Ga students. One of them challenges Wong to a fight and loses, but his friends take Wong hostage in revenge, hoping to ransom him. Ip receives word of the kidnapping and goes to the local wet market as appointed, but the meeting ends in a confrontation with a growing mob of Hung Ga students. Ip and Wong fight their way outside to meet Jin Shanzhao — the martial artist and former bandit in the first film — who comes to their rescue with his own gang. The students' master, Hung Chun-nam, arrives to break up the fight. Ip introduces himself, and Hung informs him that to set up his own school, he must be subjected to a ceremony where he must be challenged by the city's Kung Fu masters. Ip, Wong and Jin are subsequently arrested by Fatso for disturbing the peace, but they each manage to make bail and are released. Hung and Fatso are then shown to be acting as reluctant collectors for the martial arts schools (including Hung's) as part of a protection racket headed by Superintendent Wallace, a corrupt officer in the Hong Kong police.
Ip attends the ceremony and defeats his first challengers, and then strikes a draw with the last challenger, Hung. Ip is allowed to keep running his school on the condition that he pay the monthly protection fees, but he declines. Hung thus has his students loiter in front of the Wing Chun school and harass anyone interested, causing a street brawl between them and Ip's disciples. Ip is thus forced to close up and move the school nearer to home. He soon confronts Hung for his bullying and their respective views on integrity, then nearly engage in another fight before being interrupted by Hung's family. Ip respectfully leaves, and the next day, Hung invites him to a British boxing match he had helped to set up, quietly coming to terms with him.
The boxing competition begins with the various martial art schools demonstrating their skills. However, the event's star boxer, Taylor "The Twister" Milos, openly insults and attacks the students, causing chaos as the masters try to restore order. Hung accepts Twister's challenge to a fight so that he can defend his culture's honor. At the start, Hung has trouble hurting his opponent and begins to weaken from asthma, causing him to get severely battered. Although Ip tries to persuade Hung to stop the fight, the latter remained stubborn until he is finally beaten to death by Twister. News of Hung's death rapidly spread throughout the enraged Chinese populace, causing a scandal that spurs Wallace to hold a press conference, where he states that Hung's death was an accident, and Twister announces that he will accept any challenge from the Chinese. Ip arrives and accepts the challenge.
As Wing-sing goes into labor, Ip finishes training and begins his fight with Twister; Ip manages to trade blows with the boxer but like Hung, he is knocked down several times. After the judges ban kicks in the middle of the bout, Ip takes several more hard blows and is knocked down again. Upon getting up, he recalls the advice he offered Hung regarding Twister's weak points, and with a flurry of his own blows (mixed in with Hung's own techniques), he strikes Twister's vulnerable biceps and ribs, and then brutally knocks out his opponent. While the Chinese audience cheers, Wallace is arrested by his superiors, thanks to information provided by Fatso. Ip then gives a speech to the British audience, stating that despite the differences between their peoples, he wishes for everyone to respect one another. Ip goes home and reunites with his family, with Wing-sing having successfully given birth to their second child.
A final scene shows Ip being introduced to a boy who wishes to study Wing Chun: Bruce Lee. Ip smiles and simply tells the boy to come back when he is older.
* Donnie Yen as Ip Man (è‘‰å•?), a highly skilled martial artist and sole practitioner of Wing Chun martial arts. He arrives in Hong Kong with his family during the 1950s to settle there and set up a Wing Chun school.
* Sammo Hung as Hung Chun-nam (æ´ªéœ‡å?—), a martial arts master of Hung Ga, who becomes Ip's nemesis early in the film and later becomes a friend.
* Simon Yam as Chow Ching-chuen (å‘¨æ¸…æ³‰), Ip's friend, and former owner of a cotton mill in Foshan. In the sequel, Chow suffers head damage from a gunshot and becomes a beggar in Hong Kong.
* Fan Siu-wong as Jin Shanzhao (é‡‘å±±æ‰¾), an ex-martial artist and former bandit in the first film who mends his ways. He moves to Hong Kong and makes friends with Ip Man.
* Lynn Hung as Cheung Wing-sing (å¼µæ°¸æˆ?), Ip's wife.
* Huang Xiaoming as Wong Leung (é»ƒæ¢?), a young man who arrives to study Wing Chun under Ip Man.
* Kent Cheng as Fatso (è‚¥æ³¢), a police officer working under Superintendent Wallace in the force. He is also a good friend of Hung.
* Pierre Ngo as Leung Kan (æ¢?æ ¹), the chief editor of a news agency. His father is a village mate of Ip Man's, and he helps Ip find a location for his Wing Chun school.
* Calvin Cheng as Chow Kong-yiu (å‘¨å…‰è€€), Chow Ching-chuen's son. He takes care of his disabled father while working at a news agency run by Leung Kan.
* Li Chak as Ip Chun (è‘‰å‡†), Ip and Wing-sing's son.
* To Yu-hang as Cheng Wai-kei (é„å?‰åŸº), a gang leader as well as a student of Hung Chun-nam.
* Darren Shahlavi as Taylor "The Twister" Milos, a high-ranking boxer and current champion of the Boxing Competition. Strong and ruthless, Twister proves more of a match for Ip Man.
* Charles Mayer as Wallace, a police superintendent and Fatso's superior in the force. He is corrupt and collects protection fees from the martial arts schools.