Thread: Brutal Head Slam Knock Out
3/19/2008 1:37am, #11
Also, if you beat the **** out of them yourself, I'd imagine the legal issues are shittier than if they "just ran right past me into the dumpster". :D
3/19/2008 8:00am, #12Originally Posted by Cracky
Said imbecile kinda forgot the basics: I had a wall behind me and therefore nowhere to fall backwards. Unfortunately, it also meant I had nowhere to shoot my legs back for a sprawl. Although my lower back didn't thank me for it, I just leveraged my butt against the wall, leaned forward and picked him up by the belt. Horizontal, he kept hanging onto the backs of my legs, so I swung him feet-first to my right and then made a big semicircle back to my left (his right), raising my left grip so that he was facing the direction he was going. His shins collided with the corner of the stairwell, and he finally let go.
As I went back into the establishment, he was still on the sidewalk, clutching his shins and yelling: "My fuggin' knees! My fuggin' knees!". Dude couldn't even get his basic anatomy right.
So if all you want is to take the fight out of some idiot, headlong collisions will do it, but colliding any part of the body with something sharp will also usually do the trick, and with fewer potential legal implications...just in case.
But all that is RBSD, so it don't work...
3/19/2008 9:10am, #13
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Learning advanced ukemi (breakfalling) will help you be able to make the decision to bend to take throw on shoulders instead of on face...but sometimes you just think you have something great ...then the floor and reality
3/19/2008 9:19am, #14But all that is RBSD, so it don't work...
3/19/2008 5:57pm, #15Originally Posted by Cracky
This appears not to be the case. Time to fix that mind-gap...search-function.
A question first: if what a person does when necessary is usually something like a couple of quick bareknuckle jabs setting up a shoot-in followed by a throw into a nearby object or sacrifice into a restraint or choke...
...what the hell does he put in his style-field? It's a pretty one-dimensional gameplan, but it's never let me down yet. It ain't pure standup (though there's some striking), it ain't pure grappling (though there's some grabbing and a throw) and it ain't MMA (though it's a mixture), and it apparently ain't RBSD even though I've used it in real situations for years.
Ah **** it. I'm too old for this clever style-field ****. I'll go get a 40, consume most of it, and figure something out...
3/19/2008 6:10pm, #16
3/19/2008 7:25pm, #17
"Striking w/the Earth"
Essentially, your gameplan is the same as my instructor's when it comes to real situations. He just took that and incorporated more technical striking and grappling for sport fighting.
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