1/10/2005 3:33pm, #51
If I stayed in mount or knee mount I would've been finished. The only thing that saved my from taking a lot of damage was the fact that we were rolling around and that the guy I grabbed was on top of me most of the time, preventing effective kicking and stomping.You say what about my rice?
1/10/2005 3:38pm, #52
1/10/2005 3:43pm, #53Originally Posted by Hannibal
It is an example of me not getting finished.You say what about my rice?
1/10/2005 4:29pm, #54
I had similar circumstances. Only the guys came out to beat my ass because MY SLUTTY BITCH ASS GIRLFRIEND called one of the guys an asshole when they drove by. The biggest guy came first and throw a punch which half connected. He moved forward and I moved back, grabbed him because I tripped and I pulled guard. They tried stomping and kicking me, but I moved their friend around to take the shots, while keeping my elbows to my side to absorb their kicks.
I ended up getting back on my feet and making sure that they didnt surround me, and kept forcing them in front of the other (my multiple attacker training paid off here). Anyway I just kept moving around keeping distance sometimes throwing a punch, until they knew they werent going to beat me down before the cops got there. And they ended up taking off. A had a few scratches, but nothing bad at all.
1/11/2005 11:26am, #55
we train to fight multiple atackers,with two or three guys teaming up and one fighting them all at the same time,and i must agree that fighting them all standing is hard as hell...The only way that works is if you really try to knock them down the minute they go at you..And i'm sure that wont work with a lot of guys,besides that is the fight takes longer i really wear down my stamina,and everything begins to hurt like hell(getting hit everywhere,and blocking so much)...so i say yeah,groundfighting would be really important for multiple attackers..
But i dont think i would be very good at it..
1/11/2005 11:37am, #56
I think the argument is "If all you know is grappling - then you will be fucked for Multiple attackers - only because your entire game is one on one going to the ground"
WHICH IS TRUE.
But if you do end up there - yes if your a grappler you will be better off then if you didnt know anything, and ONLY after training in grappling will you have a better chance at getting back on your feet.
But you dont want to pull off a double leg when you have 2 or more people coming at you, I dont care who you are.
1/11/2005 11:55am, #57
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Fighting against multiples, the odds are against you and you're gonna take serious lumps if not beaten down by the end...
If you can land a well placed elbow against one of the attackers, it'll let the others know that you mean business. Very, very few people know how to defend elbows with the exception of muay thai or silat.
Clinch against one of the guys (they won't understand the clinch) and try to use him as a shield while you go to town with head buts & elbows. All it takes is one elbow, maybe two if he's tough. Get close, spin around and souplet/souplex on the ground.
Move, but KEEP punching. Find an opening and RUN TFO.
1/11/2005 11:56am, #58
bottom line(as ussual) is that you must be able to strike and grapple,doesnt really matter is youre a grappler that can strike,or a striker that can grapple,as long as you can..
To be honest i rather stay on my feet, because people(i would)go kicking the **** out of you when youre on the ground,,its so easy kicking someone in the face when their down on the floor,and you cant groundfight two guys at the same time.
1/11/2005 11:58am, #59
1/11/2005 12:13pm, #60
grabbing one by the legs and spinning him around reall fast will defenetly make an impression.