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    If somebody cave man rushes you... What is a good counter?

    When someone is just rushing at you from like 5-10 yards away, coming at you like he wants to hit you. What is the good technique to use?

    Should you blast into him with a double leg take down? Pretty sure he would fly with all that momentum

    Should you wait wait wait untill he's close, then sort of sidestep and lowkick his legs from under him?

    So far I've just evaded evaded untill he kinda has to stop his forward rush and stay intoi the boxing range, then just beat him up a little


    what are your ideas?

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    Take up judo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Masta_Chai
    When someone is just rushing at you from like 5-10 yards away, coming at you like he wants to hit you. What is the good technique to use?

    Should you blast into him with a double leg take down? Pretty sure he would fly with all that momentum

    Should you wait wait wait untill he's close, then sort of sidestep and lowkick his legs from under him?

    So far I've just evaded evaded untill he kinda has to stop his forward rush and stay intoi the boxing range, then just beat him up a little


    what are your ideas
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    My ideas is that you think too much about this ****.

    I also think that - assuming the stuff I highlighted in yellow in your post is true and not your literary work of fiction - that it is a good strategy for the type of situations you are referring to.

    I also think that you should train more so that you stop thinking solely about techniques and moves of the form "what would I do if someone does this?"
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    IN BEFORE "SWEEP THE LEG"...

    Realistically, as El Macho says, your boxing should give you the sidestep/hook combo (which I think is up down down down left 'A' button) should cure all ills.
    Where there is only a choice between cowardice and violence, I would advise violence.

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    Use Aikido
    I'm pretty sure Aikido is the only thing to use when someone retardedly caveman rushes you.




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    If someone charges you like an uncultured buffoon, the proper thing to do is to drop a banana peel into his path, which will unfailingly cause him to lose his footing and drop to his buttocks, then, in a single graceful motion, whip up your cane and use the tip to adjust your top hat, then solidly crack the ruffian across the crown for his trouble.

    Then go down to the gentleman's club, acquire yourself a snifter of brandy, have a calming pipe of fine tobacco, and peruse the local paper to read up on recent happenings.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ironcastknight
    If someone charges you like an uncultured buffoon, the proper thing to do is to drop a banana peel into his path, which will unfailingly cause him to lose his footing and drop to his buttocks, then, in a single graceful motion, whip up your cane and use the tip to adjust your top hat, then solidly crack the ruffian across the crown for his trouble.

    Then go down to the gentleman's club, acquire yourself a snifter of brandy, have a calming pipe of fine tobacco, and peruse the local paper to read up on recent happenings.

    Good day to you, sir!
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    SBK...duh...

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    Cavemen Rush huh?

    Well I would try and light a fire. Cavemen are impressed by fire, when they fall down top worship me as a fire bringer I would kick them in their teeth. Although being a caveman I doubt they would have many

    I would then crack some kind of Geiko joke

    It would be epic.

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    Gecko?

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