How To DEFEND from SUCKER PUNCH in a STREET FIGHT

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17 thoughts on “How To DEFEND from SUCKER PUNCH in a STREET FIGHT

  1. Joseph S says:

    No offense Nick, I've learned more self defense specific techniques for you than any of my MMA coaches but you should really add a tiny bit of grappling to your toolset. Im a "whitebelt" no-gi grappler with about a year of experience. At 6:05 he's giving you a really obvious position/energy for you to snap his arms and go past him to take his back. Basically an arm drag, one of the first wrestling moves you'll learn. If you tried to knee from that position it looks like you'd be leaning too far back and exposing yourself to a takedown, even untrained guys will try to pull shitty double legs in a brawl.

  2. Danny Thorne says:

    Nice techniques but I always try to maintain a certain amount of distance and space when out in public. If someone wants to talk to you they don't need to be that close and you and up in your face like that. If someone walks towards you in an aggressive manner and talking shit to you, as soon as they get within kicking distance I am firing away.you can also side step. There is never a reason why someone has to get that close to you to hear what they are saying.

  3. R2D3 vadar says:

    RE Nick, Why is it that in ALL your videos YOU FORGET to mention one Very important aspect? Garlic and Faki! Garlic and FAKI! You Eat Garlic every day and no one comes close, you compound that with FAKI and Kalamata Olive oil and its GAME over for Your Opponents.

  4. Panna Islam says:

    Hey Nick I got one more question for you Nick,when do I push kick in a street fight?I know how to deliver kicks in a street fight but I often get confused about when do I apply it in a confrontation so Nick what do you think?

  5. Ben B says:

    Think it’s good to step back and to opponents right (my left) to keep view of his right hand and set up for possible arm bar. Move hands up subtlety while moving. Thanks Nick

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