How to win an English boxing fight?
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Winning a fight is getting out of it without injuries, no matter what happens to your opponent. The easiest way to avoid injury is to completely avoid a fight. However, if you are trapped or attacked, the best thing you can do is end the fight as soon as possible. You can use certain combat techniques to neutralize an opponent more quickly. Remember that these techniques are not foolproof, especially if you have not received any training.
- 1 Take a moment to examine the situation. This can probably make a difference in winning a fight. Thinking rationally (even for a few seconds) will keep you calm so you can fight with your body and mind.
- See if your opponent is angry (against you or just in general), is trying to fight, is drunk or has a mental illness. These details may allow you to find the best way to quickly end the fight .
- Before you decide to fight (or flee), first assess the strength and size of your opponent. Remember the old adage that says the nice big man hits the nice little man This does not mean that you cannot win a fight against an adversary who is stronger and larger than you, but it does mean that you have to take these factors into account.
- 2 Mitigate anger. If your opponent throws the effects, threatens or shouts you, but hasn’t attacked you physically yet, maybe you should defuse the situation and completely avoid a fight .
- You must keep calm. Responding to anger with anger will only make the situation worse.
- Tell your opponent that you want to hear what he has to say and listen to him carefully. If he is furious or suffers, listening to him calmly can appease him.
- 3 Beware of unpredictable opponents. If your opponent behaves in an unpredictable and irrational way (like someone who is drunk or has a mental illness), it will be more difficult for you to defuse the situation, but it can still be done .
- An adversary whose faculties are weakened may not really attack you when he is calm. This can therefore affect your decision to want to fight or calm the situation.
- To help a weakened person calm down, listen to him, agree with everything he says, then tell him what you want him to do (leave or sit for example). The important thing is to repeat this process as many times as necessary, even a dozen times. If you give up too early, this technique will not work .
- 1 Avoid your opponent’s first attack. If he rushes towards you or punches you, put yourself aside, then push him from behind when he overtakes you. This technique uses the momentum of the opponent against himself.
- You have to keep calm and make a quick move to get by. Your instincts that allow you to avoid a kick or fist can be useful, but know that you can too freeze you.
- When you push your opponent, drop him on the ground with your legs and follow the same movement with your arms to exert more force.
- 2 Don’t fight his way. Most people tend to use a unique fighting style (kicking, fighting, punching, etc.). Do not use the same technique during combat.
- If your opponent punches you, try to knock him down.
- If he tries to attack you, make the effort to stand on your feet.
- 3 Fight dangerously. Combat techniques such as Krav Maga encourage explosive attacks against the opponent’s weak points. Hit the sensitive parts on your opponent’s body (along the neck, face, belly, testicles and toes) with your solid parts (front, base of your hand, elbow, knee and heel ).
- Trample his toes.
- Kick or punch him in the testicles, in the celiac plexus or in the diaphragm.
- Puncture his eyes or punch him as hard as possible on the jaw, chin or nose.
- If you have been attacked and have had access to anything that can be used as a weapon, use that. You have the opportunity to throw things like dirt, gravel, sand or keys. You can also use them as weapons . You have the right to defend yourself in all possible ways, but make sure that it does not turn into an attack.
- 4 Fool your opponent. If you are good at bluffing or acting, you could trick your opponent by making the fight easier for you.
- Adopt a martial art posture and hold your fists in front of your face to get your opponent to do the same. If he is not a trained fighter, he can start imitating your position, which will allow you to have the upper hand over the fight.
- Bluff aside. Pretend you are going to kick your opponent in the shin. Instead, punch him in the diaphragm, celiac plexus or in the face. Refrain from looking at your feet, which may reveal your plan to another.
- If he does not imitate you, this may mean that he has received some self-defense courses or that he has been trained as a fighter.
- 1 Use the techniques of professional fighters. Throughout the history of the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC), there are eight fights that ended in ten seconds or less . You probably haven’t been trained like these fighters, but that doesn’t mean you can’t copy their techniques.
- 2 . This technique (which is common among UFC fighters) can knock out your opponent. Knowing the best way to knock can make the difference between hurting your hand and hurting your opponent.
- Make sure your thumb is out of your fist.
- Knock with your fingers (especially your ring finger and index finger) and keep your wrist straight. This will send a good punch and make sure the bones in your hand don’t break .
- Even if some fighters like Ryan Jimmo have knocked out opponents all at once, know that it is very rare to put someone out of action in this way, even in mixed martial arts or professional boxing.
- 3 . British kickboxer Mark Weir beat his opponent Eugene Jackson by kicking him followed by a precise punch in the mouth. Jackson fell, hence the end of the fight in ten seconds .
- Don’t imitate Jackie Chan. A strong kick in the shin or knee is faster and more effective than a kick in the head .
- Hit the side of your opponent’s knees with the side part of your foot. This will allow you to maintain balance while you cause maximum damage .
- One of the advantages of kicking is that it keeps you far from your opponent, which will keep him from reaching you .
- If a thief attacks or threatens you, the quickest way to get out of it is to give him what he wants. A thief does not intend to harm you, all he wants is valuables. Although you have the right to resist, you could make the situation worse by degenerating a theft of property into a violent confrontation. If he doesn’t threaten you with a gun, you can try to throw what he wants in one direction and flee the other way. This is a good distraction, which will cause the thief to go to the object instead of chasing you . However, if he threatens you with a gun or knife, continue to tell him that you will give him what he asks for and follow his instructions to avoid a fight. When he has what he entered your home for, he will probably flee.
- If you are attacked by a violent attacker whose main objective is to kill you or harm yourself, you should take control of the situation by choosing the time and place to have an explosive reaction (fight or flee ). Attackers tend to be calm compared to thieves and psychotic and furious opponents. An attacker can try you wedge in a private place. When you see this, the surprise must leave your opponent and become your best advantage . Whether you choose to fight or flee, it can give you another advantage over your opponent.