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Posted 4/19/08 , edited 4/19/08
what's ur game plan in a fighting tournament or on the streets?

In a taekwondo tounament i would try 2 suck em in and let em make the first move and to fake attacks to c what their reaction is den work with what i've see my rule is ur either in or ur out. but when it comes to grapling i prefer to be in a guard position and work with that put em into a arm bar somthing.

street fight umm usually stun and run for me ^.^ unless they like really tough den i would have to KO them den call the ambulance
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Posted 4/19/08 , edited 4/19/08
just kick their asses with my superb reflexes : P just kidding, i mostly focus on kicking and little punching from distance and when enemy gets closer i use hooks and knee kicks. If i need to, i use throws and locks.
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Posted 4/19/08
Uhhh...you mean the demonstration team?
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Posted 4/20/08
i mean by whats ur reaction in a fight like what would u do in a close combat distant etc.
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Posted 4/20/08
Well, I just block it because I started sparring when I was an orange belt
Posted 4/23/08
I like to stay solitary for a while, keeping my distance and waiting for my opponent to kick, then I'll throw them, scoring points. Then I'll try and score mega points with kicks, if hugging happens I'll use my knee to drive them out of the ring.
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Posted 5/11/08
Well in a tournament I would usually wait until my opponent started to use sidekicks and spin kicks then try to get in close as there guard momentarily opens up. Then use my fists and knees to get them.

In a street fight anything is game. If they pull a weapon on I wouldn't worry too much as in public I wear a long chain around my arm so I could use it to block and attack. My first move would be a simple but effective technique called the groin shot (well affective on a guy anyway) I don't care if it isn't right. In that kind of a fight your life is on the line and there are no rules. I use pressure points and weak points on the body to aid in subdueing my opponent.
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Posted 5/11/08
in a tournament i am kind of like a korean tae kwon do fighter( i do practice tae kwon do) and mostly just use counter kicks(like the spining hook kick , or back thrust kick) after avoiding attacks. If i do attack first its usually a combo of kicks and punches.

In a street fight, well all i can say is win by whatever means necessary......
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Posted 5/21/08
It all depends on the opponent, but I tend to stick with aikido and wrestling they're what i do best out of it all. I only do street fights (don't care for rules much) usually with friends but I hold close to my opponent for throws and locks. I also have a habit of locating and striking pressure points during a fight, usually if the opponent is bigger than myself.
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Posted 6/18/08
In any type of fight, i usually throw some punches then i will back off a little then i what for any opening and i will take him down and do what i do best. All im going to do is ground and pound him and if I get a traingle, arm bar, or rear naked choke ill take it and finish him off. In a street fighting ill just go all out boxing stlye and if he takes me done thats his fault and ill just pound him on the ground.
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Posted 6/22/08
I have no game plan. In a fight, wasting time thinking is wasting precious time.
I let my reflexes do the work for me.
Posted 6/29/08
Well, i side straight kick or reverse spinning kick 'em in the head, go in and lock 'em down with a submission. Not much of a game plan, but that's what i've got.
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Posted 6/29/08 , edited 6/29/08
Gameplans become routine. One shouldn't have a game plan and they should react instantaneously without having to think. This is Mushin.

Furthermore in a real fight one must adapt to the enemy, so routines will inevitably get your **** kicked.





rkanubis wrote:

Well, i side straight kick or reverse spinning kick 'em in the head, go in and lock 'em down with a submission. Not much of a game plan, but that's what i've got.


Reverse spinning kicks in actual combat?
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Posted 6/29/08 , edited 6/29/08

Ice_Blue_Eyes wrote:



rkanubis wrote:

Well, i side straight kick or reverse spinning kick 'em in the head, go in and lock 'em down with a submission. Not much of a game plan, but that's what i've got.


Reverse spinning kicks in actual combat?


Agree with Ice's comment. reverse spinning kick has a strong impact but aiming for the head right off the back of a fight is not a good idea. If your opponent dodge that strike or go under it, you are vulnerable to a full force beating. If you want a plan, usually start out with something straight forward like a full force straight punch. Just remember to keep your elbow ready in case your opponent moves to the side where your punched. In street fights, I throw out all the illegal elbow and knee moves that I know from muay thai. Elbow to the temporal sector of the head=fainting from dizziness. Elbow to the back of the neck=instant KO.
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