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- Thu, 08 Aug 2019 02:32:41 EST 1qK+lvOF No.58162
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Anyone else have a rudimentary style built on childhood self defense and early adult drunken brawls? I took TKD as a kid and got a way with front kick jabbing and sneaking in dominant hand jabs to the nose with a left straight follow in a one point stance, if that did't work they would notice and not fall for it again, so it was freestyle after that. Roundhouses to back of leg when available. My groundgame is less than ass due to wrasslin in fights. What have you guys developed what are some good additions? Not going to learn a style just Bruce Lee style grab moves and master them kind of thing.
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Sergei Kharitonov - Thu, 08 Aug 2019 02:50:19 EST lnbK73Bm No.58163 Reply
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No offense but being able to pull of a certain "style" in street fights doesn't really mean that much considering the average person/drunk has the fighting skills of a retarded baboon and these styles could even work against you when facing a trained opponent if you just make the assumption that they work, hell even basic boxing would be able to win you through most bar fights.
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Dan Quinn - Thu, 08 Aug 2019 21:19:42 EST 1qK+lvOF No.58164 Reply
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>>58163
>hell even basic boxing would be able to win you through most bar fights
That's what was implied by a rudimentary style. Your post comes off like a disagreement but I don't read any contradictory statements...
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Pat Healy - Mon, 09 Sep 2019 00:04:26 EST QMUB7tTK No.58177 Reply
>>58162
everyone headhunts in a street fight so high elbow guard. it's the best for protecting your head but leaves you vulnerable to body shots which they'll never throw. i use this with a passable sidekick i learned in TKD and one season of wrestling experience. i'm always shadowboxing and thinking of gameplans that i would use against top level MMA fighters just as a mental exercise.
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Miesha Tate - Sun, 29 Sep 2019 10:15:00 EST XWFAXJds No.58182 Reply
>>58177
Unless you're also one, and maybe even then given the risk-to-reward ratio, the best style in a "real fight" against a top level MMA fighter is called parkour. i.e., run like hell and get on top of something where they can't follow you.

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