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  1. Roidie McDouchebag is offline
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    Hell yeah! Hell no!

    My Striking Method

    I usually start with a front kick, then punch right, left, ad nauseum, and elbows and knees, until either I effectively strike my opponent, or they shell up and I can go for a takedown, or they hit me back hard enough that I have to stop. If I get the takedown, I'll go for the side mount, pin the arms with a leg and an arm and strike with the other elbow. But I basically don't stop hitting unless I'm in the process of grappling.

    If I have to stop, I'm probably going to pull guard and try to avoid further punishment as I've obviously overstepped my bounds. Then I'll work out to one side to punch the face while I hold the other arm with one of mine, or work for a submission. If I can't move, I'll palm the head.

    Sorry to talk about grappling a little on the striking forum, but I think of them as always related.

    I have to say, I don't understand a "wait and see" policy for striking...if you don't take the initiative, you can't win.
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    my striking method...varies by who im fighting.

    but, thats a *****, bullshit answer (no matter how true it is)

    ususally though, i try to frustrate with footwork, slipping punches and counter-punching/kicking. if i get locked up in punching range i try to close to clinch or go for the takedown.

    now, what are we trying to learn/discuss in this post, so that i may better elaborate...
  3. Roidie McDouchebag is offline
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    Uh...aggression is good. That's your lesson for the day.
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     Style: taido

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    Usso!
  5. Roidie McDouchebag is offline
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    If you really want to be manly, you pronounce it "OOOOsss!!!" and squint really hard.
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    Eye-gouge! Nut-kick! Ridge-hand to brachial plexus! Elbow to temple! Stomp, stomp, stomp!

    What were we talking about?

    Oh yeah. Crescent kick! 540 spinning hook kick! rah!!!

    Seriously, striking is serious business. I don't really train in aggressive attacks, or specific opening techniques. Besides the obvious basics, that is. (punch/kick/duh) I'd rather try and trap or counter. Failing that....Pressure point strikes i guess. It's hard to say.
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     Style: Boxing, TKD, Judo

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    Step in punch to the chest, right hook to the face, if opponent distances away, push kick straight to the solar plexus to knock the wind out of him. If all that doesn't work, punch, kick, elbow, hit the brachial plexus like neildo said, and take him down for an ass whooping.

    Or I'll just end up getting my ass kicked.
  8. Southpaw is online now
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    Quote Originally Posted by I Choke You
    I have to say, I don't understand a "wait and see" policy for striking...if you don't take the initiative, you can't win.
    Always taking the initiative and attacking isn't a good idea...not only because you will become predictable, but mostly because you will eventually face a good striker and walk into a punch.

    Some benefits of the "wait and see" method:

    Sometime it helps you:

    1. Feel the guy out...reach, speed, coordination, etc.

    2. Draw the attacker into striking

    3. Catch your breath

    4. Diffuse the situation (non-competitive)

    5. Stay within the law (non-competitive)
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    Always taking the initiative and attacking isn't a good idea...not only because you will become predictable,
    I don't plan on fighting anyone long enough to become predictable, I'm out or they're out.

    but mostly because you will eventually face a good striker and walk into a punch.
    In which case, I won't be awake to regret it.

    Some benefits of the "wait and see" method:

    Sometime it helps you:

    1. Feel the guy out...reach, speed, coordination, etc.
    Let's him do the same thing...besides which, my strategy is the same for everyone, so these things don't effect it.

    2. Draw the attacker into striking
    I'd rather hit than be hit.

    3. Catch your breath
    If I have to do this, I've lost already.

    4. Diffuse the situation (non-competitive)
    There is no diffusion, either I'm running, or I've been cornered, and then it's on, until somebody's unconcious.

    5. Stay within the law (non-competitive)
    I try to focus on staying away from the law instead. Don't fight people that know you, don't wait for the ambulance, don't brag, all is well.
  10. Southpaw is online now
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    Quote Originally Posted by I Choke You
    I don't plan on fighting anyone long enough to become predictable, I'm out or they're out.
    My bad. Your first post sounded to me more like a competitive fight rather than a life-threatening one.


    In which case, I won't be awake to regret it..
    This certainly implies a competitive fight. You get knocked out in a life-threatening situation and you wake up w/ your nuts stapled to your leg...do you regret it?

    Let's him do the same thing...besides which, my strategy is the same for everyone, so these things don't effect it.
    You'll think it effects you if you get a knife in your side while you are trying to punch him.


    I'd rather hit than be hit.
    Me too...but the idea behind drawing someone into taking a swing at you is NOT to get hit and position yourself for an effective counter.


    If I have to do this, I've lost already.
    Again...a competitive example.

    There is no diffusion, either I'm running, or I've been cornered, and then it's on, until somebody's unconcious.
    And if the guy who corners you has a gun, or knife, or is 6'10'' 360 pounds of muscle? Are you telling me that you don't consider diffusion a relevant tactic?
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