How To Win A Street Fight WIth Head Movement Vol: Pause

2,503
161
Joined Aug 24, 2008
Don't watch the vid and think you can just emulate his movement and evade real punches. His distance and timing is what makes the guys miss, and that comes through many many rounds of sparring. However, it is obvious that those dudes don't have any legitimate boxing training.
 
1,550
1,468
Joined Jul 22, 2006
Of course he is going to be able to dodge, duck, dip, dive and dodge random people. If you watch the video, they mostly throw predictable right, left, right punches.
 
27,396
11,738
Joined Sep 10, 2011
Would not want the guy in blue in my corner.

Dude at 4:18 letting out a whimper :rofl:
 
570
183
Joined Dec 25, 2012
he picked the most unathletic people possible 
The kid with the long arms has no fighting skills and was able to catch him right away.   
 
445
172
Joined Nov 19, 2012
Don't watch the vid and think you can just emulate his movement and evade real punches. His distance and timing is what makes the guys miss, and that comes through many many rounds of sparring. However, it is obvious that those dudes don't have any legitimate boxing training.
THIS

As a boxer for over 10 years I feel I could put my 2 cents in. It's obvious yet the average person will not see it. It's all in his footwork.
 
1,458
866
Joined Jul 8, 2005
THIS

As a boxer for over 10 years I feel I could put my 2 cents in. It's obvious yet the average person will not see it. It's all in his footwork.
*Honest question: Would it be a waste of time watching his vids?

And at least as a base, wouldn't his techniques be effective against the majority of the population ( like in a bar fight) who don't know how to fight/had professional training?
 
445
172
Joined Nov 19, 2012
ConcordflightXI

It's always insightful to watch. So I wouldn't NOT recommend it. At the same time he's not teaching some crazy ancient technique, catch my drift?

In ANY fight footwork will go a long way. Most bar/street fights end up with one guy catching a crazy lucky punch or they're both on the floor hugging. That is assuming the fight is being fought fair without bottles and chairs.

My best advice is learn and practice shadow boxing on the daily and just a few quick 1,2 combo's. You'd be surprised how many people can't throw a STRAIGHT punch. These wild haymakers will almost NEVER land, unless you are stretch Armstrong. Hope that helps fam
 
Last edited:
1,458
866
Joined Jul 8, 2005
ConcordflightXI

It's always insightful to watch. So I wouldn't NOT recommend it. At the same time he's not teaching some crazy ancient technique, catch my drift?

In ANY fight footwork will go a long way. Most bar/street fights end up with one guy catching a crazy lucky punch or they're both on the floor hugging. That is assuming the fight is being fought fair without bottles and chairs.

My best advice is learn and practice shadow boxing on the daily and just a few quick 1,2 combo's. You'd be surprised how many people can't throw a STRAIGHT punch. These wild haymakers will almost NEVER land, unless you are stretch Armstrong. Hope that helps fam
I always found boxing/martial arts interesting, for self defense and for a way to regain my quickness which I have lost during the college years. I would love to start at a gym at some point in my life.
 
Top Bottom
  AdBlock Detected

Sure, ad-blocking software does a great job at blocking ads, but it also blocks some useful and important features of our website. For the best possible site experience please take a moment to disable your AdBlocker or head over to our upgrade page to donate for an ad-free experience Upgrade now