prenna wrote:Also keep in mind that the moment you throw somebody to the ground, climb on them, and punch them - you are committing assault and battery in most jurisdictions. The hockey dad case in Massachusetts is an example. Thomas Junta was assaulted in front of his children. He then grounded and punched his assailant who hit his head on the concrete and died. Mr. Junta is now serving time for involuntary manslaughter.
daviddenton wrote:haha, i love talking to jiu jitsu folk for this very reason. they are real eager to tell me that their art is the best and they have the stats to prove it. i just smile and say: alirght, what do you if you have to fight more than one person. their response is delayed 90% of the time, inconclusive 78% of the time and ignorant 86% of the time so, if your art doesn't prepare you for a confrontation with mutliple attackers, find a new one.
sensless wrote:Sometimes pretending you are completely insane will chase people away or make them think it isn't worth fighting you. Go for it.
sensless wrote:Stationary means you get tackled and your face gets introduced to the
bottom of a boot.
sensless wrote:If you are on the ground, on the bottom, go into the patented guard position and look for the jijitsu style arm bar or something. The guard works best against skilled fighters, as the common thug will just be flailing.
sensless wrote:Put your finger in his butthole.
sensless wrote:A lot of people go into such a spaz mode when they fight that their training is forgotten. Expect a lot of haymakers and basic tackling moves.
sensless wrote:That's my little piece. I've been in over 100 street fights, and it is something I recommend trying to avoid at all costs, and I have avoided them for 8 years (8 years exactly on October 23rd).
sensless wrote:If you are in your 20's and have never gotten in a fight, you've made it past the tough part. Now you can avoid them easily. I've seen many people around the age of 23-25 start fight training or lifting weights and tell me, "I've never gotten into a street fight and I want to." I try to advise them against it, but many of them go do it anyway and end up getting hurt badly.
Mary wrote: but since I was eighteen I have won any fight I have been in (apart from the ones I ran away from.)
sensless wrote:funfetus, if you want any specific fight stories let me know and I might be willing to share. I usually don't talk about my fighting very much, as even though I feel I was good at it, it isn't really something that I feel should be shouted to the world. Often that only brings out knobs that want to test themselves against you, and everyone loses then. My father used to experience this a lot when he was younger, I guess I'm just a chip off the ol' block.
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