Head lock defense. Use your finger to press against the attackers philtrum (under nose and above lip) while simultaneously picking up his leg or driving knee into back of attacker knee (popliteal nerve). Depending on what happens from there you would keep attacking targets until the threat is over. In this particular scenario, the attacker kept a hold of the head lock after we went to the ground. So I would grind my ulna bone (forearm) into his mandible and mental nerve to cause pain for him to let go. After he let’s go I kneed him in the spine to cause damage and possible loss of leg movement and then added a forearm strike to his mastoid process (behind the ear) and then took an arm bar for the elbow break. Coach David Alexander (Self Defense Expert)
Target = Knee. Kick your attackers knee to hyper extend it or break it in half. Follow up with a takedown and foot stomp. High kicks, spin kicks and any other fancy “Hollywood” style kick is useless in a real fight. You need to cause major damage and then follow up quickly with another strike or an escape (if possible). I will be working on a DVD soon. Check http://www.StreetFightBootcamp.com for more. Coach David Alexander (Self Defense Expert)
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