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    What to tell a ninjitsu/kung-fu practicioner?

    not so much about the styles, but his attitute that kung-fu is 'the ultimate' when dealing with multiple attackers (real world situation) or when someone has a knife. Now I know the eagerness to fight 2 or more is a joke and unrealistic without decades of training if not more, but how would I word a response to this about the dangers of taking these situations head on?

    He doesn't seem to think about the fact that in real fights, a person will get hit and the danger of a lucky hit that will drop him, or the more than likely injury when defending against a knife attack training or not.

    What should I actually say without sounding insulting?

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    *Blank look on face:

    Have you seen the search function button yet?

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    Insult him, then have sex with his mother.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nurb
    not so much about the styles, but his attitute that kung-fu is 'the ultimate' when dealing with multiple attackers (real world situation) or when someone has a knife. Now I know the eagerness to fight 2 or more is a joke and unrealistic without decades of training if not more, but how would I word a response to this about the dangers of taking these situations head on?

    He doesn't seem to think about the fact that in real fights, a person will get hit and the danger of a lucky hit that will drop him, or the more than likely injury when defending against a knife attack training or not.

    What should I actually say without sounding insulting?
    Can you kick his ass?

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    Don't waste your time.

    Better yet, don't waste ours.

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    If he's your friend than there's no other thing better than to tell a friend he's training in ****.You can...

    A)Pay a of bunch of teenagers to beat him up so he can see the light.

    B)You learn boxing for a year and one day you ask him to spar.Tell him at first you should both go light .Then when he realises that nothing is working that's when you KO him.Preferably in front of his other Kung-fu friends.

    Since a friend should always be there for a best bud.I would suggest B).

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    For the knife one just grab a knife shaped piece of cardboard and stab him constantly whilst giggling like a girl.

    What? That's how i learnt!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Omega
    *Blank look on face:

    Have you seen the search function button yet?
    I did but the threads that came up didn't mention the real dangers of fighting groups or those with weapons.

    Thanks for (some) of the advice... I'm already banging his mother, but thats another story

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    Good on you.

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    I have plenty of friends and work colleagues that do a variety of martial arts with a variety of skill/experience and I have never heard one of them boast they can take on multiple knife weilding attackers effortlessly...

    Its not the martial art here that's the problem
    It's your friend.

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