Don’t Underestimate the Street Criminal




When confronted with a street criminal, the odds are stacked against you. Remember: you are dealing with someone who hurts or even kills people for a living.

19 thoughts on “Don’t Underestimate the Street Criminal

  1. I am the real Flash says:

    Kind of a stupid move. He pulled the knife across his neck. How about controlling the knife hand with his left hand and a poke to his eyes followed by whatever you want to break. Maybe a half moon kick to break his kneecap. That will get his attention.

  2. WildAxe07 says:

    Like your vids, but if someone really wants to hurt you, he will never allow you such a move – this is my opinion. There is a surprising effect here, but this is not always guaranteed.

  3. Top Lobster says:

    0:56 he twists the knife towards his own throat, personally i would move the knife to the left. is there a reason why he didn't? or was it just an in the moment kind of thing?
    i also think(apart from him obviously moving in on the knife) he was too late to make his move, it would be better to move earlier. well, that's my opinion though.

    very nice videos though 🙂 subscribed.

  4. nick krijnen says:

    hahaha I can't believe i did karate for over 6 years….the only thing they were teaching me was like and don't do this and don't do this and remember the technique. I'll never use it cuz i dont have the time for thinking about the technique and these vids prove it (srry 4 my bad grammar and evrything i'm dutch).

  5. nick krijnen says:

    hahaha I can't believe i did karate for over 6 years….the only thing they were teaching me was like and don't do this and don't do this and remember the technique. I'll never use it cuz i dont have the time for thinking about the technique and these vids prove it (srry 4 my bad grammar and evrything i'm dutch)

  6. Sharkman3472 says:

    @creativecombats I like the idea of putting the same physical conditioning an MMA fighter would do, but applying it to self defense instead of a sport application. This an argument I find myself in with a lot of traditional martial arts instructors. They seem to get a bit defensive when I out muscle them or have more stamina/endurance then them on the mat. I believe ones conditioning can be a weapon in their arsenal. Why not tilt the odds in your own favor with good strength and conditioning.

  7. Sharkman3472 says:

    Good Stuff… throwing in verbal dialog is a great thing to incorporate into your training. This also shows that action always is better than reaction.

    Train Hard… Fight Easy!

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