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post #71 of 98 (permalink) Old 05-13-2009, 09:04 PM
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A lot of inexperienced people will throw super wide swings. By the time they get you with one of those just throw some quick punches. I'm still new but I'm just assuming based on what I know about punching, and based on how I see people punch in street fights.
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A lot of inexperienced people will throw super wide swings. By the time they get you with one of those just throw some quick punches. I'm still new but I'm just assuming based on what I know about punching, and based on how I see people punch in street fights.
Those are called haymakers.

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Streets = no rules.... Keep that in mind. I'd suggest just avoiding street fights bec you dont know when your foe pulls a knife or a gun on you. Either way you're toast. IF you have to make your stand against a tard that wants to prove he can beat you up, again the rule of thumb, no RULES! A nice kick to the groin, clich and knee kicks to the head or throat, elbows to the face and temple, low kicks to the knees or ankles, if he gets too close for puches just grab and break a few fingers (they snap like a toothpick), or someone here mentioned clich+knee+elbow to the back which works wonders, especially if you hit the spine or the back of the head. Go for the eyes, the solar plexus, the groin, the joints. Use the sides of your hand and palm to strike at the carotid arteries on the neck (hurts as sh** and has a nasty disorienting sideeffect, hit the windpipe, aim to break his nose fast to daze him a bit). These are prohibited even in professional matches so thats why you don't see them used much. Use weapons! Your car keys can be deadly, they can tear flesh with horrific efficiency, grab anything that looks similar to a weapon (a piece of wood, a rock - hitting someone with a rock in your hand causes ugly fractures -). There are countless ways to injure a human body. Submission?? Pound his head into the pavement a few times, that beats any submission technic.
But bear in mind that your opponent can and WILL use similar tactics against you. So avoid street fights if you value your life or your freedom.

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Ok, stepping back at an angle makes sense, but what about defending against the initial barrage? No offense, but if anyone was getting pounded like Silva was, they're probably not going to remember to step back at angles. You're talking a dozen or so hits in a few seconds.
A person who rushes and throws a barrage of punches will leave himself wide open. Just look for it and take it. A good hit will stop any barrage.
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In a street fight... everybody underestimates the kick to the groin. If someone is trying to cause me physical harm and it is unprovoked I am definitely not playing by their rules. If a guy is swinging and coming in, hands up, lean back, kick to the balls and down he goes.
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I got challenged to a fight by another trained fighter, and he didn't know I trained, I train in Boxing, Muay Thai, and BJJ. I have been for only a couple years. But he was quite new, came with the new UFC fad. Anyways, he was talking shit for no reason, and acting like a cocky fool to my girlfriend. I told him to chill out and to never disrespect my girl again. He thought it'd be funny to throw another sexist remark towards her, I then challenged him to an equal fight, even though I should have sucker punched him lights out, I am not an unfair fighter. Anyways, he comes for me, and he immediately shoots for a double leg takedown. I put him in a guillotine and passed him out. He woke up like a minute later ready for another round, he came at me and threw a left hook, I blocked it and did a right high kick to his upper abdomen, he hunched over and I did a double jab upper cut combo and laid him out.

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double leg takedown..... funny as all hell

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uhhh...u don't. I understand once in a while some dickhead will have one too many beers in a bar and he will start picking fights. But seriously beating his face in then snapping his ankle from an achilles leg lock? that's kinda retarted. But honestly if u really have to fight a non-fighter I say jab>clinch>throw one or two elbows or knees to finish quickly>run.

Especially if the guy is drunk a quick jab will mildy stun him. Clinching scares people who don't train professionally, an elbow or knee will surely cause severe pain to any non-fighter, and running away the important part so that his buddies won't pull a knife on u. Or to get away quickly before someone starts filing a lawsuit against you

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