— Posted by ladieluver on 2:56 am on Dec. 15, 2001
i recently got into a fight and got my eye cut open and i wanted to know if any of ya’ll had any good combo’s to whoop a guys ass… some of mine seem to work but then again they dont if i got split open….
— Posted by The Dark Avenger on 3:29 am on Dec. 15, 2001
If you don’t have a game console, buy or rent one. Check out some fighting games. Most of the games have real moves. Copy them.
— Posted by Sicopath on 5:30 am on Dec. 15, 2001
Jab twice with your right and follow up with your left, let all your momentum get behind it and aim for the solar plexus. If you hit straight on, your opponent should be seriously winded. Then you can fuck up/kill/rape or whatever feels right.
— Posted by The Great Milenko on 5:32 am on Dec. 15, 2001
lol what are you gonna do!! shoot a fireball at em!!
try this: jamm both your thumbs in their eyes and then curl your hands around underneath their chin and grab into their jaw while keeping your thumbs in their eyesm and then slam their head down and bring your knee up towards their head and slam thier head into your knee
— Posted by The Dark Avenger on 12:52 pm on Dec. 15, 2001
If you have an aresol can and a lighter handy, why not shoot a fireball at them? Anyway, that’s not what I was talking about. I was referring to the basic moves that no body likes to use. Everything in your imagination (i.e. movies, video games, dreams) stems from something in real life. A lot of the basic moves in fighter games are real moves that can be applied to real situations. I’m not saying that an average “Jo” can perform a Lu Kang Bicycle Kick. Remember, any part of your body that can touch any part of their body is your weapon. Elbows, fingers, knees, feet, shins, head. If you can inflict pain on someone, doesn’t matter HOW you do it, just do it.
If they have you in a forward bearhug, head butt them in the nose or just bend your elbows and grab their balls. Don’t get frisky, try to rip them off.
If they have you in a normal bearhug, stomp on their instep (the arch or their foot) with your heel. Again trying to break anything in your way.
Do the unexpected. If they throw a punch, don’t duck back, step to the side slightly and return fire as quickly and as hard as you can. Don’t aim for their head. The head is one of the smallest targets on the body. When you side step, go to the outside of their body (toward their back) and drive a strong punch into their ribs, once again TRY TO BREAK SOMETHING. This is very effective if you stick your middle knuckle out making it pointed (called a knuckle punch). Think about it, if you punch with say 50lbs of force (realistically we hit with much more) with a normal fist (area of about 4in wide), you will probably knock the wind out of someone. If you hit with that force on the surface of one knuckle (about a quarter of an inch wide) you will break something. Try it on your arm or something. Hit yourself with a closed fist then again with only your knuckle using the same force, you will notice a difference.
Most importantly, when you’re in a fight, the opponet is intending to hurt you, so you should do everything you can to not allow that to happen. In the same aspect, you are not going to be in a fight where you don’t get hurt. That’s only in the movies.
(Edited by The Dark Avenger at 12:59 pm on Dec. 15, 2001)
— Posted by ladieluver on 7:26 pm on Dec. 15, 2001
yeah thast a good idea i got a pst xbox and a came cube so i’ll go out and rents some games… i never thought that games would be helpful in life i mean just look at resident evil 1 2 and 3 how is that going to help you in life? but ne way i’ll rent knock out kings or some other fighting game thnx ya’ll
— Posted by The Dark Avenger on 2:22 pm on Dec. 16, 2001
There is a game out there for Playstation called “Fighter Maker”. It’s pretty hard to find, but a really good learning tool. You can create a fighter and actually create the moves he uses. This has been the most “true to life” fighting game that I have played. It’s not all that fun, but the majority if not ALL of the moves can be applied in real life. It also gives you a chance to refine the existing moves. This is a cool feature because you can see how a move or technique is preformed frame by frame.
When all else fails, look for the obvious.
— Posted by NeoDope on 4:04 pm on Dec. 18, 2001
Ive got an idea , U could just punch’em in the face , punch’em in the face again , and then…Well u get the idea 😉 Btw , aim for the nose and if u wanna make it hurt bad grip ur fist and stick ur middle finger out into a point and use the surrounding fingers to secure it, then…well swing like hell!
— Posted by Barker on 3:25 pm on Jan. 10, 2002
Personally i like the fighting style of prince naz dont block then go for the killer blow
— Posted by Imthemaxx on 6:27 pm on Jan. 10, 2002
Rent some of those Real Fighting Championship things are whatever there called. (movies and theres a game)
— Posted by RedPh on 2:39 am on Jan. 12, 2002
There are 2 basic points i want to mention, both were from movies:
A good regular combo is left elbow(1), then flex your hand out as they are knocked back and flex your left fist. (2) follow up with a strong right hand “throw” punch(3)
You can follow this up with a knee, etc.
The second thing two remember is to “sing:”
thats all i have for ya.
— Posted by Systemadic on 7:28 pm on Feb. 13, 2002
If close enough grab your enemy’s shirt with both hands at about the middle of his chest, while pulling him tword you lunge foward aiming your right knee for his groin and the top of your head for the bridge of his nose. If all goes well he’ll be temporarly blind and bleeding from the broken nose and his nuts will be in his stomach. Dirty fighting some might say, but whatever gets he job done says I.
— Posted by Scarface on 11:03 pm on Mar. 27, 2002
First of all, already mentioned though, but underated, is a decent first shot to the solar plex. A loss of air is just harder to handle than a shot to the face. If that other bitch is out of air to some level, I recommend following up with either a hard head butt to the bridge of the nose. If you hit them with the ever popular uppercut, to the base of the nose, it is potential to kill your opponent, unless that is desired then try that. In respect to defending yourself, if you hit like a 99 cent bong, anything is fair in war, so once your are hit fall no matter what and grab anything in sight to introduce to the fuckers face.
— Posted by Rebo on 4:42 pm on Mar. 28, 2002
just throw a moderately hard shot to the windpipe. I don’t give a shit how big someone is, punch them in the neck & they will go down
— Posted by TheAnarchist on 9:05 am on April 1, 2002
i always punch someone on the bridge of the nose and then hit him in the windpipe…but thats me
— Posted by Osbennett86 on 4:42 pm on April 1, 2002
A great fighting game that actually inspired me to take Karate was Dead Or Alive 2 for the Dreamcast, and Dead Or Alive 2 Hardcore for the PS2. All realistic moves. There are only about two that I can think of that absoutly can’t be done, and don’t try to do anything the last boss, Tengu, does, because he has wings. 🙂 But yes, this game has many good moves and styles like Mugen Tenshin, Karate, Kung Fu, Wresteling, Kickboxing, and a style of assasin combat. I’m not sure of the name.