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    Quote Originally Posted by Jon_B
    What is the strategy you try to adopt in street situations?
    Get up in a big damn hurry.

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    Throw hard, run fast.


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    get on top, stay on top and pound? duh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mas
    Throw hard, run fast.
    In between those two:


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    Just because you study a grappling art, does not mean you can't throw punches. In my opinion having a good ground game will make you a better striker. If you think about it, if you're worried about being taken down, it might be a little harder to fully commit to a punch. thats not to say' that there wont be times when you might not want to go to the ground(more than one opponent,someone jumping in ect.) However if that be the case you're really better off running away if possible. So to answer you're question, my strategy would depend on who I was fighting, but odds are I would try and win the fight on my feet. If I get taken down so be it. If I start getting it handed to me, than I will try to clinch and go to the ground. If you think about it a lot of fights go to the ground anyway,(refer to ps fights ect. ect.) so you might as well know what to do if it happens. The most valueable skills I have ever learned came from bjj,wrestleing and fighting.

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