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    Your opinion on most devastating non weapon art form?

    What would be the first art YOU would study if you were going to work in s foreign extremely hostile environment? Most instantly devastating and so forth? Best for self defense and attack? All opinions are valuable?
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    Which ever of the below that has the best instructor/training partners available to me at the time.
    Judo, Sambo, BJJ, Shingitai Jujitsu, MMA, Kudo Daido-Juku, Rising Phoenix Kung Fu, Catch Wrestling.
    Dog Brother Martial Arts. as well as other FMAs(if your willing to include stick and knife work).
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    I would add Muay Thai to that list, but basically what goodlun said
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    Lockpicking.
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    Goodlun pretty much has the right of it and Krijgsman is correct that Muay Thai is an excellent fighting art. However, it lacks a viable grappling component aside from the clinch. The arts Goodlun has recommended all (with the possible exception of Rising Pheonix kung fu, but I know precisely nadda about it) have at least a decent grappling component.

    My question is this: will you be carrying a firearm? If so, go for the best grappling instruction you can get. Striking is secondary to weapon control and retention.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wetware View Post
    The arts Goodlun has recommended all (with the possible exception of Rising Pheonix kung fu, but I know precisely nadda about it) have at least a decent grappling component.
    The Rising Phoenix has a grappling component.

    It's founder was in Black Belt Magazine, FFS!

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    Phoenix Kung fu, cleverly disguised as Sambo.

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    If I were going to work in a foreign hostile environment, where I was likely to be attacked, but not allowed to arm myself nor were to be provided effective security, I would train Monster.com.
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    DROP SEIONAGI ************! Except I don't know Judo, so it doesn't work, and he takes my back.
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    Perhaps your best bet is to find a different job and avoid the hostile environment all together. The problem with using martial arts is it takes years to become proficient, and it's not a guarantee of victory. Then there's the whole what if they're armed part of the equation.
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    If I were going to work in a foreign hostile environment, where I was likely to be attacked, but not allowed to arm myself nor were to be provided effective security, I would train Monster.com.
    Damn you, you hit submit faster. I guess you have trained click-fu.
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