Thread: what would you do if
5/22/2007 10:04am, #21Originally Posted by GuiltySpark
5/22/2007 10:51am, #22yeah but if you back hand your girlfriend you will miss more of the movie because she will want to discuss for hours why you did what you did to her and what she can do to make sure it never happens again.
5/22/2007 11:57am, #23
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My favorite way to counter attempted chokes, punches etc is to grab the offending arm and lift them into a fireman's carry, or an armpit arm bar if I'm feeling lazy.
5/22/2007 1:54pm, #24
When people ask if I do martial arts, I say "No, martial arts are for fags and losers". That tends to stop the conversation right there.
I did have a guy at field training that wanted to show me his commando unarmed training. He was like "Watch this, put me in a headlock". I, being a dick, slap a RNC on him. He starts panicing and flailing, and when I let go says "You attacked me wrong dude". I had a laugh over attacking him wrong."Emevas,
You're a scrapper, I like that."-Ronin69
5/22/2007 1:58pm, #25
5/22/2007 5:06pm, #26
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i got put in a sleeper hold, as my "what would you do if" attacker called it. only he just stood there, behind me, applying the choke. furthermore, it wasn't a very tight choke (bad execution). so, turning my chin in the direction of his elbow, i could easily breathe. i then asked if he really wanted to know, before reaching for his shoulder and throwing him.
i guess he now understands why in the UFC they wrap their legs around the opponent for that move, rather than just stand there with a grin on their face like in WWF or whatever theyre calling it these days.