Sharing Real Life Fighting Experience

Discussion in 'Self Defence' started by AlShak, Apr 4, 2016.

  1. AlShak

    AlShak Valued Member

    don't judge bro, you can't walk away from all of them. I walked away more then I have fought to the point certain people really thought I am scared or can't fight and most of the time it doesn't bother me, most of the time.
  2. SWC Sifu Ben

    SWC Sifu Ben I am the law

    Some have the right to judge. There's a difference between an opinion and an informed opinion. To everyone here who has the latter you have, in short order, demonstrated that you do not.
  3. AlShak

    AlShak Valued Member

    Everyone has the right to demonstrate their opinion, whether it's good or bad it's ok. That's why this is a discussion forum.
    I asked him not to judge me by a certain quote.
    Since you are already here, I can see you are WC Sifu. Have you ever had to use your skills in defense situation? I trained WC for a short period and really liked hands trapping technique
  4. SWC Sifu Ben

    SWC Sifu Ben I am the law

    People will judge you by your words. If you don't like how they judge you, you may wish to choose your words more carefully. What he's telling you is that your education is severely lacking in terms of what self defence is and how to approach it.

  5. AlShak

    AlShak Valued Member

    It doesn't matter if i like or not, judging is another opinion and sometimes it helps.
  6. Latikos

    Latikos Valued Member

    And you *know* that how?
    Can you look into the future?

    And in case it wasn't for self defense but about a hurt ego, chances are that you get rightfully punished as an add-on to a possible bad consience for severely hurting someone over a spilled drink or because someone used his cellphone in the movies.

    I mean - I totally agree that's rude and everything. And shouldn't be done. No question about that.
    But starting actual fights about banalities like that, really isn't an alternative.
    And, at least here, even illegal, not self-defense.
    Being annoyed about a person doesn't give you the right to beat the life out of them.
  7. AlShak

    AlShak Valued Member

    sometimes form experience you can tell how bad it can goes.

    and for the other point, as you can see from what I wrote, I am not starting, they try to start and I walk away.
    Although sometimes they're not rude, they're away pass that.
  8. Latikos

    Latikos Valued Member

    I'm not really convinced by that.
    That might work at times, maybe even more often - but how will you be able to tell or every single person that acts up?

    They might look unremarkable, but have some natural strength combined with a certain ruthlessness and knock you out.

    They might have trained boxing or whatever and actually remember some of that (not trying to bash boxing! In the contrary: It's a sport where yu learn to take and give for sure, so I too that).

    They might wait until you turn around and sucker punch you. Or call their friends from down the row.

    They're just only ruthless and don't care, if they get hurt themselves or what happens after.


    Well, since you also wrote that you can tell from experience for sure whom you could fight and win and whom not, you obviously must have quite some experience and routine.

    Besides: Being rude doesn't always mean they want to fight someone. More often it means they're just morons, who don't think enough.
  9. slasha

    slasha Banned Banned

    :fight2:I had a fight once :woo:

    Last edited: Jun 26, 2016
  10. slasha

    slasha Banned Banned

    :ban::love::love:I also refer you to my thread on being attacked in this very forum.
  11. neems

    neems Valued Member

    I'm not going to reel off any old tales,but for me basic strikes,striking preemptively and good footwork have saved the day lots of times.

    They've also ensured my hands and wrists have been broken and I've been in court more times than I'd like.

    So learn to read social situations and walk away from street fights long before they happen,just beat up your bag/pads/sparring partner instead.
  12. slasha

    slasha Banned Banned

    try giving them a snog

    it worked for me. :yeleyes:
  13. raaeoh

    raaeoh never tell me the odds

    I have reached that level in training where I am required to register. 16 years fight free because of it.

    I was once convinced I could win a fight. All I remember is the scar. And that was with rules.

    The last real fight in was in was alchol induced over 20 years ago. I am sure my boxing and military combative awesomeness took over. Or perhaps it was just I was one of the least drunk.
  14. Ero-Sennin

    Ero-Sennin Highly Skilled Peeper Supporter

    What a disaster of a thread this had turned out to be.
  15. YouKnowWho

    YouKnowWho Valued Member

    Can "challenge fight" be considered as "Real Life Fighting Experience"? The street fight always have legal issue. The challenge fights are mostly just between 2 persons and no law involved.
  16. philosoraptor

    philosoraptor carnivore in a top hat Supporter

    Once I was surrounded by three bad dudes who wanted to kidnap the president. They had knives and guns. That's when I tapped into my chi.
  17. Kwajman

    Kwajman Penguin in paradise....

    Only used it twice. Once at a medical center I worked at a ex-husband decided he was going to go into the nursery where his wife was working. Told him he wasn't, he decided to charge me, I side stepped him and did a knife strike to the throat breaking his larynx. He was arrested, no charges for me. His ex-wife said he still can't talk right.

    The other time a teen punk jumped on my back and I flipped him over and he cracked his head on the cement...don't know how he ended up. His buddies ran off, me and mine walked away...
  18. kuntaoer

    kuntaoer Valued Member

    I got into a fight with 4 people at one time.. Things were looking grim until I decided to unleash my native american arts on them.. I drove my Pontiac Chief over their quivering bodies
  19. Unreal Combat

    Unreal Combat Valued Member

    Last fights I had were in the ring in 2014. On the street it must have been a good 15 years ago at least (not including contacts in the military). I don't make a habit of getting myself into trouble or putting myself in a scenario where trouble could occur. If something does go down I know I'm more than capable of handling myself. I don't really need to go out of my way to prove it to average joe though.
  20. Smitfire

    Smitfire Cactus Schlong

    This one time I was hanging around at a local playground. Just playing some basketball with my friends. I accidentally threw the ball badly and it hit a local hard man in the head and he got really angry. He rushed over with a couple of his mates and we ended up fighting. I don't remember much of what happened but at one point I got picked up and spun around by some big geezer. I was fairly young and my mum was so worried about this sort of trouble I ended up having to move across the country and live with relatives. It all worked out in the end though. Made some new friends and all that.

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