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    Exclamation Hospital-do!

    Well first of all I would like to capture for you people the main guiding principles used to win in street fights as understood by an ex con who also knew a thing or two about fighting and so wrote an ebook on the subject...

    To win a streetfight you should...
    1 Attack first
    2 Get the first strike to the face or neck in
    3 Be the dirtiest
    4 Be the most aggressive and intensive
    5 Be the one more concerned with attacking and offence
    6 Use the most force intensity and aggression
    7 use a weapon
    8 Stay ontop on the ground
    9 connects with the most strikes and cause the most damage
    and 10 be better physically conditioned and prepared.

    The last (proper) fight I got in, was with a woman at the hospital back in 2009. She came at me punching and kicking, so i grabbed her took her down, hit her once in the face with my weak right arm, and twisted her ear. Conforming to at least some of the principles displayed above.

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    come now ninja, enough boasting about your fore-play skills...

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    Senior Member ninjaboj's Avatar
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    Hi shisoshin, i wasn't talking about sex but was quoting a dangerous and highly effective martial article i had read. Also I went to Aikido again today. And after the disappointing last lesson, today was better. I still only stayed for a short while approx 40 minutes, because after that i cut my toe and decided to retire from the mat rather then risk cross infection. Yet in the short time I did stay we practiced Shi en nage (heaven and earth throw), which was cute, and some other moves as well, including my old favourite Ikkyo (number 1 pin). This was all quite good, and hopefully i will be able to gradually but surely build on todays lesson next week with a corresponding improvement to the commitment being shown to this ma in general. Thanks.

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