Most so called 'street fighting' courses are taught by instructors who have never seen an angry man in their lives. When it comes to defending yourself from an aggressive assailant who is probably both drunk and high on drugs you will find that fancy techniques simply don't work.
Tony Somers and Matty Evans are acknowledged experts in situational awareness, conflict avoidance and Real Self Defense. This is the fighting system created by Geoff Thompson who has had over 200 real fights while working as a doorman in some of the toughest pubs and nightclubs in the UK.
What you are about to learn is not pretty but it could save your life. First you will learn how to engage your attackers fear response before you move onto street punching, stranges, chokes, aggression and most importantly the 'fence' which is a protective space you can use.
In a street confrontation you can forget fancy techniques. If you master only one thing it should be the fance. The fence is what keeps your attacker at arms reach so you control the distance and not him.
You must learn how to turn on aggression when required. Here Tony explains how to use it to nullify an attacker.
Street punching is not the same as boxing punching. In a street confrontation you may have to strike from any angle and from within a restricted space or even from your back. Here Matty show you how.
If a street fight goes over three seconds it will likely end in both parties wrestling. Here is how to incapacitate your attacker with a strange or choke. WARNING - this technique is potentially lethal so do not attempt to use it on an untrained partner. Please seek out a good quality instructor, judo or jujitsu club.
Here is what you have learned to far and how to put it all together.
Interview with one of the originators of cage fighting. Matty Evans - 5th Dan.
Tony is a former fire fighter and now runs motivational workshops as well as confrontation classes.
Paul started training in karate at age 11 and after 7 years hard work earned his 2nd degree black belt.
In 1989 paul joined the police in the UK for 12 years where he worked in some of the country's most violent cities dealing with thousands of violent individuals. He eventually became a police self defense instructor.
Paul went on to learn boxing and after 15 years training became a qualified boxing coach. He is also a black belt in real self defense.