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no matter how strong a kid is can you bring them down?

could you bring anyone down with martial arts especially street fighters because they think they can take hits cause some of my frends are weak

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  • 1 decade ago
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    Of course, it's pathetically simple, there are many places on the human body where there is little to no muscle coverage, there are also pressure points and techniques to use a larger persons size against themselves. I am not saying that it would be an easy thing for Joe Blow off the street to just walk up to some hulking behemoth and knock his block off, but hey, then again in some situations it might. Along the sides of your ribcage, there is practacly no muscle coverage there, a solid hooking body blow or cut kick can inflict massive damage, and it hurts like a *****, the treachea is completely unprotected, and breaking a persons windpipe will very likely kill them, i do not recomend this in any way shape or form though, this is highly illegal in most states. A quick jab to the jaw can disorient anybody, it doesn't take much, you don't have to knock them out, just disorient and take out him knees with a pickup or sweep, or you could tackle him down after. If you're trained in something like jujitsu, judo, or aiki do, the stupidest thing that kid could do is try to use his weight and size to her advantage, because a simple re-direction and manipulation of his force can send him crashing to the ground in a most painful way. Yeah, hurting people is really easy, size does not matter. Although it's harder to hurt a larger person, especially if they are conditioned and in shape, harder doesn't mean hard.

    Another thing to think about is how many kids that learned how to fight on the street are actually street fighters. I don't determine toughness by how hard you can get hit, if you don't get hit, it doesn't matter. If you actually decide to fight the kid for some stupid reason, don't block, parry and attack right away, hit him where it hurts, think of all the places muscle doesn't cover, and hit it hard, ribs, arm pits, knees, crotch, keep everything as fast as possible and as simple as possible and don't be afraid to be extremely cheap, in a real fight the winner makes the rules. My best advice would be not to fight though, because you might feel bad or something after smashing your palm through some poor kid that doesn't actually know how to defend himself. That's why i stopped fighting with some of my friends that do the whole backyard ufc thing, i just felt bad, being an actual martial artist and all, it was kind of scary for them to watch, they became a lot less confident of thier skills then, the so called street fighter that showed up to beat some kids got whooped because i showed my friend that was fighting him three moves. he only needed two, and that just goes to show you that applied technique is pretty powerful.

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  • 1 decade ago

    some people can take hits. so aim for the parts that cant be toughened by genetics or experience:

    kick knees

    aim for throat

    no one can handle a throat chop. a frontal chop that damages the trachea. the panic sets in immediately. the harder you hit, the more the damage, the closer to death.

    even a steroid PCP user cant stand on snapped knee ligaments.

    (though I would just run from that guy, no getting that close to satan)

    if you and your friends are competent fighters, I suggest you avoid the areas that @ssholes hang out in. easier to defend yourself from a safe distance you see.

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  • 1 decade ago

    yes with ninjitsu attacks a pin point strike to the ancillary nerve in the arm pit will completly paralyze any target. Ninjitsu dim mok a hard closed hand blow to the mid stomach below the ribbs can cause up to 2 inches of chest compression breaking ribbs pushes the shrds of rib into the lung puntureing or collapseing them and stopping the heart nearly simultaniously.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Yeah. I know an 80 lb kid that took down a 200+ lb man. We do it all the time in the dojo. It is just a matter of leverage, and strength in the right places.

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  • 1 decade ago

    depends what you mean "bring down." theres ways to beat anyone in a fight. taller people have issues reaching their ankles; shoot for a low takedown on them and you can literally "bring them down" to the ground. if your competent at groundfighting, you can get into the mount, put your knees on their shoulders, lean back, an hit them until they have given up or are unconsious. repeatedly thai kicking an opponent in the legs can also work. knees, elbows, clinchfighting all can "bring down" an unsuspecting person, esp streetfighters who do not train in muay thai, brazillian jujitsu, etc

    and as the guy below me says, you could always chop them in the throat or kick their knees, or while were at it eye gouges hair pulling genital twisting, using knives, etc. all of these are great if winning the fight is not good enough and you desperately need to get arrested and/or permanently injure or kill your opponent.

    martial arts is like drinking: always in moderation

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  • 1 decade ago

    If you are fighting someone much stronger than you, try to avoid taking them down. They will have an advantage over you on the ground. I suggest aiming for weak spots like the groin or the eyes, and the solar plexus.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    you probably can if u punch him in the gut thats usually ppls weakest point im very stron and my weakest point is my gut when my uncle punched me in the gut i fell down and held m stomach and i couldn't get up for a long time

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    yes you can no matter how big the kid is just press as hard as you can behind there ear the should fall to the ground in no time

    Source(s): my mom had to learn how to do that in collage
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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    i sugesst if you are just a little smaller than him it should be a litlle easier to know if it was possible if you watch this video

    Source(s): <a href="http://www.expertvillage.com/videos/advanced-karat... Sweep: Advanced Martial Arts Lesson</a>
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  • 1 decade ago

    Yes, if you know how.

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