Bouncer's, Police & Body Guards Only: How do you actually win a fight? Like any tips, vital striking points?

I want someone who has professional experience. I want to know how to do the job, and do it properly. If I get attacked out on the street or in school I want to know what places to strike, how to grapple effectively, what mindset, and whatever else you need. What do you use? Why? What are good techniques and tactics to use? I understand what your saying, but any methods of tactics that I could know?

Asked By: - 2/13/2011
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Bouncer's, Police & Body Guards,.... vital striking points... More
Answered By: LIONDANCER - 2/13/2011
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The three groups of people you have identified have entirely different fighting purposes. If a bodyguard gets into a fight he has already failed his job, police have to restrain people without inflicting (much) pain, and bouncers can only attack after they have been attacked... More
Answered By: Ocky - 2/13/2011
Okay, you sound pretty young and that's cool, but let me first start off by telling you there is no magic tricks. you don't just wake up one day and boom your a bouncer or a police officer . like anything else it takes training. the only bouncers that never had training that i have watched got man handled and punched... More
Answered By: Bersa - 2/13/2011
police use over welling force to take a person down, they will try and out number the suspect. and not go one on one. they will tazer or pepper spray you as well. i have several students that are polices offices and my first 2 instructors were both police offices. some prefer striking others more grappling, when there... More
Answered By: Kokoro - 2/13/2011
You have already got 3 good answers here. I can speak to the bouncer part of the question. Like cops, we as bouncers need to show restraint, even when restraining someone. Striking plays second fiddle to grappling, and should be avoided if possible. And strikes should be subtle as possible, the job is to keep the... More
Answered By: Jim R - 2/13/2011
The rules of engagement for all three of those are not what you think. Want to learn to protect yourself? Find a martial arts school with a qualified and competent teacher. All three of those professions require a good set of skills in self defense. But there is a lot more to it than you think.
Answered By: Cpl Arcane - 2/13/2011
Excellent answer by Liondancer... More
Answered By: Sensei Scandal - 2/13/2011
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