03-13-2005, 03:02 AM #1New Member
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good videos to learn street fighting.
I wanta learn how to defend myself in a street fight. Any suggestions on videos or guides to learn>
03-13-2005, 12:10 PM #2Originally Posted by ajew
03-13-2005, 01:48 PM #3Originally Posted by soo2bhuge
03-13-2005, 01:51 PM #4
you won't learn to fight by reading or watching videos. you just have to fight.
03-13-2005, 02:00 PM #5Originally Posted by symatech
03-19-2005, 12:05 PM #6
Bas Rutten has a street fighting DVD on his website.
03-20-2005, 12:46 PM #7
Bas, Tito and ...****.. go to Sherdog.com if you want videos...
BUT I'd spend the money go take class, find a MMA class... the one I use is BJJ, muay thai, boxing, wrestling, grappling, and submissions.aka reality fighting.. I have a boxing/wrestling background so the natural progression was BJJ but I wantedto do everything.
Anyways, take the class and sit in on the open mat and sparing. I LOVED rolling and sparing! you want to learn in a controlled environment like that other than behind the 7-11...
To find out what art you want is up to you, I think you need to find something that is more useful in reality. I believe that most of the stand up arts are defenseless on the ground, knowing it and using it in conjunction with BJJ is the best way to go.
03-21-2005, 04:15 AM #8
If you want to learn ho to fight you hafto be in that situation. Videos wont do ****, you need the traning. So join a vale tudo/MMA club but even that wont preper you for proper street fighting, cause there are no rules in a real fight and no referee is stopping it when one of you is KO and the other one i jumping on your head.
03-21-2005, 04:19 AM #9Originally Posted by ajew
Uh..........videos dont teach you how to eat punches, or how to punch a moving object. Get in a class................
03-21-2005, 07:33 AM #10Originally Posted by palme
I'll also say this, going to a class an mastering skills is a great great asset it will keep you out of trouble. You'll try to avoid using such skills....I do it every day at work, there has been many a Rear naked choke or guillatine NOT set that I wanted too, knowing what I know gives me the upper hand.
03-24-2005, 05:35 PM #11
Evan Tanner claimes he learned his freestyle fighting from videos and practicing moves on his friends. Granted he has great natural talent, is a quick learner and trains hard with team quest now. But hey, anythings a start, but I agree, join a bjj/muay thai thing. If you sprawl well, you can keep most fights standing!
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