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    Quote Originally Posted by spartan6
    I've been in a few Judo tournaments and it's no where near the real thing.

    When you know your in a life and death situation everything changes. There is no experience that can compare or prepare you for a situation like that.

    Just to clarify, when talking about real fights or situations i mean those that will definately end in death if you do not act.

    In a real situation everything around you goes into slow motion. You can't think or willingly control your body. Everything from the moment your mind realises that your life is in danger will be beyond your control. Every action and movement is pure survival instinct. It's quite a surreal feeling. Like your there but your concious mind is just a spectator.

    A real situation and everything else are two completely different things.
    I would venture to say that the essential difference between the adrenaline rush you get while in a competition and the one that would occour if someone attacked you, is the factor of surprise. When you enter a tournament, you know is going to happen weeks, maybe months in advance, whereas an attack on the street would take you completely by surprise, which is why in most cases you can't think or williningly control your body (unless of course you are frequently engaged in these types of encounters, and therefore are able to control yourself during an adrenaline rush ie. bouncers, bodyguards, police etc.)

    And to say that real situations = death, is a little over-the-top. Sometimes attacks are menat to just scare someone or for money or for a myriad of other reasons. If the goal of every assailant, armed or unarmed, was to kill, I think murder rates would be alot higher to say the least.
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    i m practicing judo 4 4years and its realistic self defence...i used it 3 ears ago when i was14 years ago when i was aabout to be robbed by i much older guy..i throwed him to the ground and then i easily escaped...i think bunjikan ideal 4 self defence is it good??

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    Let's just note here that spartan6 is a known liar and has not in fact done judo at all:
    http://www.bullshido.net/forums/show...&postcount=171
    Please don't take him seriously.

    We could probably do with a tag by his name to warn people, sometime soon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by spartan6
    10 Years longer than you.

    And here's my tag:pancakebu
    10 years of nothing is still nothing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by spartan6
    10 Years longer than you.

    And here's my tag:pancakebu
    Spartan, what is your actual experience with judo?

    Please be specific and succinct.


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    Quote Originally Posted by shmuel
    just curious about whether it stopped the situation immediately. was he out of action immediately after you bust the arm? or was he still able to fight?
    Not to answer for hedge, but a dislocated elbow USUALLY stops a fight. There might be someone out there "high on PCP" or "really into black metal" or something that could take that and keep coming, but he'd be a pretty rare bird. Not to mention he'd now be fighting one armed against someone that broke his arm when he was two-armed.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Sophist
    Let's just note here that spartan6 is a known liar and has not in fact done judo at all:
    http://www.bullshido.net/forums/show...&postcount=171
    Please don't take him seriously.

    We could probably do with a tag by his name to warn people, sometime soon.
    God damn, I knew he was full of ****, but I didn't think he was that bad.

    I think I found a picture of spartan6 on the web:

    Last edited by rw4th; 6/01/2007 12:46pm at .

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnnyCache
    Not to answer for hedge, but a dislocated elbow USUALLY stops a fight. There might be someone out there "high on PCP" or "really into black metal" or something that could take that and keep coming, but he'd be a pretty rare bird. Not to mention he'd now be fighting one armed against someone that broke his arm when he was two-armed.
    Honestly the best, or at least ideal, way to deal with the proverbial "High on PCP" attacker is an arterial strangle a la the RNC. It doesn't matter how much painkillers or disassociative drugs a person is on, if you cut off the bloodflow to the brain they go out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fitz
    Honestly the best, or at least ideal, way to deal with the proverbial "High on PCP" attacker is an arterial strangle a la the RNC. It doesn't matter how much painkillers or disassociative drugs a person is on, if you cut off the bloodflow to the brain they go out.
    Because of the increase blood flow they would probably go out pretty quickly, assuming of course that you can hold them there.

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    The fight was over.

    It may have been better to choke him out, but he had attacked me while I was sitting down on stairs and I was scared.


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