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Discussion in 'Standup Technique' started by Godhand13, Oct 11, 2010.

  1. Godhand13

    Godhand13 White Belt

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    Anyone know some combinations that are good for a street fight?
     
  2. tysnw

    tysnw Brown Belt

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    Hurricane Punch

    |, \ , -0 + [a|b|c] 0 0

    Ryu throws a ball of force across the screen. The punch button used determines how powerful and how fast it flies.
     
  3. Godhand13

    Godhand13 White Belt

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    seriously man
     
  4. kydryo

    kydryo White Belt

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    Fake the jab and kick to the groin?
     
  5. EffeKt

    EffeKt Blue Belt

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    if you play guile, the common one is, lp,lp,mp,sonic boom
     
  6. TheGoodCat

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    Fake the jab then throw an overhand right to get close and trip them up for some g n p. In all seriousness just call the police and let them handle it.
     
  7. FishinWithFredo

    FishinWithFredo Purple Belt

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    IDK, I always lose in the 3rd stage.
     
  8. Ranger

    Ranger I'm getting too old for this sht

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    excellent!
     
  9. Ranger

    Ranger I'm getting too old for this sht

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    palm strike, gonad kick, throat chop, suplex onto a picnic table. (last move optional)
     
  10. Frode Falch

    Frode Falch Gold Belt Professional Fighter

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  11. xilliun

    xilliun Brown Belt

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    get in close and elbow the fuck out of them.
     
  12. Lionidas

    Lionidas Brown Belt

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    Combo 1:
    Kick to the nuts
    Cross to the jaw
    Run

    Combo 2:
    Use common sense
    Be the bigger man and walk away
    Fight avoided
     
  13. c0r1nth14n

    c0r1nth14n Blue Belt

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    I'm partial to combos that end in "and run".
     
  14. thirteen

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    Flick jab to the nose then run.
     
  15. SKizzit**

    SKizzit** Purple Belt

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    touch him with the jab and throw the overhand right properly

    I know a good one two combo for a street fight though.

    1. Reach into coat and grip pistol

    2. Pull it out and dump some shells on that buster
     
  16. dw4218

    dw4218 Blue Belt

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    Seriously guys cmon....

    heres whatcha do...u walk up to him/her put ur shoulder on thiers and u guys walk around each other in a circle for about a minute and wait for people to break it up. If an actual fight breaks out....lay down and cover. Turtle IS a smart defense.
     
  17. tysnw

    tysnw Brown Belt

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    touching with teh jab is mandatory and should not be overlooked
     
  18. SAAMAG

    SAAMAG San Antonio Applied Martial Arts Group

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    The whole "run" or "let the police handle it" or "don't get into the fight" are the PC answers of course.

    Oddly enough the guys that give these types of recommendations are the very same ones that will not back down in a pre-fight situation. Especially when ego's are involved.

    If you get to the point where a fight is eminent and you know that there's no getting around it...that's where you have to start thinking strategically. There is no "street fighting combo" or "best" technique, because "street fights" have far more unknown variables. There could be a knife lurking, there could be friends about to jump in, there could be charges pressed against you even if you "win" the fight.

    It's like when you race motorcycles...it looks great on the track, but trying to do it on backroads is FAR more dangerous and likely to get you hurt.
     
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    mjw1 Blue Belt

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    Avoid it if not use defend your self by whatever means is needed but watch out for over kill then again rather be judged by 12 than carried by 6.....
     
  20. DaGenius

    DaGenius Silver Belt

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    The right answer..avoid them at all costs.

    If you cannot, then two words.. Straight Punches. Most sloppy street fighters throw alternating haymaking hooks. Either be first and come straight in 1-2. or dodge his first hook and then 1-2.
     

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