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How Do You Fight?
Posted 2/23/08

ShredPenguins wrote:


Eudd wrote:

I think it's much more easier to become an experienced brawler, right?


Easier? Hell no. I had to lose quite a few fights and take some serious hits to gain all the experience I have. Most of my experience comes from concerts though and the crowd some of my friends hang out with. Normally I am relatively reserved but at a metal or punk show, people like to be asshats and start fights for no reasons. Occasionally I run across people who practice like Tae Kwon Do or something similar and won a few fights against less seasoned fighters. Mostly though I am just trying to stop some skinhead who is controlling the mosh pits with brute force from his size, not necessarily fighting skill.



Yeah... TKD is not really useful until later professional stages.
Posted 2/23/08

CoExist wrote:


ShredPenguins wrote:


Yang4Real wrote:

Most people "in a ranodm street fight" always go for the "wrestling tactcs" they come at you and grab you and bring you to the floor and try to get on top and hit you, i hate fights like that, thats why whenever i get into a fight, i always try to avoid grabs, usually waiting for your opponent to hit first, and dodging it by dodging down or dodging back (if they throw a punch) then after that theres a split second there for you to strike them back. (usually if you hit them hard enough they won't be able to strike you back so you can continue your barrage after that.)


Uh...You've never been in a real fight then. The most effective form of fighting is actually the wrestling tactics. Those of us who have been in a lot of REAL fights know this. That's why most martial artists will lose against a brawler. We know how to effectively grab ahold. Keep your head low, go for the lower torso. Arms wide and move quick. Then again, those of us who are actually fighters don't fight for honor, we fight to win. I have no issues punching a guy in the nuts to have him expose his jaw or throat.

Jujitsu and Muay Thai are pretty much the only really popular martial arts that are useful in a street fight. The reasons behind that are because they are very aggressive or handle other aggressive fighters.


I'd have to say a boxer beats untrained wrestling tactics any day. But then again I'm in the brawler category and I've never lost so I can't really say much for the martial artists.

Also Huo Yuan Jia pretty much proved that wrestlers can't really do much against technique and speed.


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uuhh....PUNCH?

and my technique would be wearing lots of rings


Punches are ftw! Just wear brass knuckles sheesh >.>


Yang4Real wrote:
Actually when i fight if someone goes down low enough to of where my knee can reach their face, i usually go for it, i even use my elbows , but its not that i cant "brawl" its just i prefer to throw punches and end it in one or two blows.


If you can end it in two blows it isn't a fight.


OF course it is, as long as someone strikes you first, and you strike back its a fight and if you hit someone in the head with a powerful blow it can knock them out.

Posted 2/23/08

jmsberg wrote:


Falcon Punch
Wins fights
Aborts babies


haha! i can't stop laughing!

errrm i don't really have a fighting technique seeing as i have never been in a fist fight
Posted 2/23/08

CoExist wrote:
If you can end it in two blows it isn't a fight.


Actually there are several pressure points on the body, and if you hit it precisely, it will knock people out unconsciously.
Posted 2/23/08

CoExist wrote:
Not really after the first or second degree you tend to actually start learning something.


Like...? But I have to give credit to them on that they have amazing foot work and strong sense of balance. Experienced TKDers are extremely hard to be knocked down.
Posted 2/23/08
TKD is fun to watch but i dont think it is effective.
Posted 2/23/08

CoExist wrote:


Eudd wrote:


CoExist wrote:
Not really after the first or second degree you tend to actually start learning something.


Like...? But I have to give credit to them on that they have amazing foot work and strong sense of balance. Experienced TKDers are extremely hard to be knocked down.


That and speed, precision, and power behind their kicks.


But so far, I've never fought an experienced TKDer.

It's pretty funny to fight those kids who takes and uses TKD when they don't even know how. VERY funny, actually.
Posted 2/23/08
i fight by.............kiching their face (literally) then they get stunned and i hit them till the teachers separate us
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Posted 2/23/08

Yang4Real wrote:

TKD is fun to watch but i dont think it is effective.


TKD is basically useless against body builders because they have so much muscle on their upper body but if you smack em in the nuts or get a nice good kick on the head if your a pro it can be pretty good
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Posted 2/23/08
no matter how strong a person is you can always grab their legs and pull them downand smack them in the face
Posted 2/23/08

kenshin123 wrote:

no matter how strong a person is you can always grab their legs and pull them downand smack them in the face


It's not as easy as said, buddy. >_>
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Posted 2/23/08
.......evidently uve been playing too much games but fighting depends on ur experience........im 10 and 0......as for the pain ull get used to it
Posted 2/23/08

krnsoldierofGod wrote:


Yang4Real wrote:

TKD is fun to watch but i dont think it is effective.


TKD is basically useless against body builders because they have so much muscle on their upper body but if you smack em in the nuts or get a nice good kick on the head if your a pro it can be pretty good


No, the agility and balance from TKD contributes a lot of points when fighting against a body-builder.
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Posted 2/23/08

Eudd wrote:


krnsoldierofGod wrote:


Yang4Real wrote:

TKD is fun to watch but i dont think it is effective.


TKD is basically useless against body builders because they have so much muscle on their upper body but if you smack em in the nuts or get a nice good kick on the head if your a pro it can be pretty good


No, the agility and balance from TKD contributes a lot of points when fighting against a body-builder.


not really heres what I visualize when I see a TKD fighting against a bodybuilder

Tkd guy kicks the bodybuilder in the stomach

the bodybuilder has lots of abs so it barely affects him, just gets surprised a bit. TKD fighter kicks the guy in the abs again. The Bodybuilder, now having enough sense that he'll be keep on getting kicked if he doesn't do anything grabs that guy in the leg. TKD guy falls. Body builder is now all over him

(well this is how I see it)
Posted 2/23/08

krnsoldierofGod wrote:


Eudd wrote:


krnsoldierofGod wrote:


Yang4Real wrote:

TKD is fun to watch but i dont think it is effective.


TKD is basically useless against body builders because they have so much muscle on their upper body but if you smack em in the nuts or get a nice good kick on the head if your a pro it can be pretty good


No, the agility and balance from TKD contributes a lot of points when fighting against a body-builder.


not really heres what I visualize when I see a TKD fighting against a bodybuilder

Tkd guy kicks the bodybuilder in the stomach

the bodybuilder has lots of abs so it barely affects him, just gets surprised a bit. TKD fighter kicks the guy in the abs again. The Bodybuilder, now having enough sense that he'll be keep on getting kicked if he doesn't do anything grabs that guy in the leg. TKD guy falls. Body builder is now all over him

(well this is how I see it)


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That was a really stupid comment. Any force on the stomach can be effective. What you're comparing right now is a person who has been taking steroids and working out for constantly years against a person who takes TKD for 3 months. Leg strengths are strengths too, you know...
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