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One shot at winning or you lose

Discussion in 'The Martial Arts Forum' started by widmn, May 12, 2006.

  1. widmn


    Jun 7, 2000
    PA usa
    What would your move be?
    You may only have one shot. Maybe the guy is a hell of a lot bigger than you or 2 guys and to win you have to take out one guy fast.

    I think mine would be a kick to the kneecap.
    How about your's? Remember, you only get one chance so make it a good one.
  2. AnimalK

    AnimalK Kilted Muppet


    Failing that, fake a groin kick, stepping in and crush his larynx.

    Then run.

  3. brock sampson

    brock sampson

    Aug 15, 2005
    SE Georgia
    Can't really say. I train specifically not to take ONE shot. It would all depend on the variables. I'm thinking control rather than injure and hope he doesn't recover.
  4. Either throat or eyes.......

    My Wing Chun Sifu loves to teach the eye attack...........Gruesome.;)
  5. BlackBelt


    Aug 23, 2000
    One shot only? And I get to pick which one? No questions about it. The HeadButt to his face (nose, eyes, mouth area).
    Take out his 'computer', and the rest of the system crashes. One shot to the throat, or groin or eyes might miss. You don't 'miss' with the headbutt. You wrap your hand or hands around the back of his neck and throw the top of your head into his face. Works everytime. Shuts 'em right down.
    Don't believe it? Go try it on the next person you see!:freak:
  6. kikr


    Jun 11, 2006
    Athens, Tn
    Neck twist take down, worst result is BG on ground and out of your way, next best is BG on ground and not able to shoot/stab you on your way out, best is BG on the ground and not able to sue you afterwards
  7. gr81disp

    gr81disp Bushbot v1.0

    Sep 19, 2004
    Marietta, GA
    Winchester Ranger XST .40 S&W between the eyes.

    Seriously, Rear Naked Choke. I choose whether to teach him a lesson or kill him. Effective and can't really prove enough to sue me.
  8. Doesn't this open you to an attack first?
  9. White Buffalo

    White Buffalo No Compromise.

    Dec 16, 2003
    not if you know how to clench.
  10. Steel Talon

    Steel Talon

    Mar 11, 2006
    Hello widmn,

    For me it would be one of the following strikes spear hand, ridge hand, or knuckle strike (panther) to the throat. However I'd have to set it up to expose the target for the strike

    Spinning back-fist to the temple is another favorite of mine also, easy to execute and is very devastating.

    Steel Talon:cool:
  11. katana8869

    katana8869 NativeFloridian

    Oct 17, 2005
    Occupied Territory
    Can't really say. I train specifically not to take ONE shot. It would all depend on the variables.

    +1. The key to stopping the attacker is to take out his ability to move, see or breathe. A fast combination (such as a snap kick to the knee, follwed by a solid reverse punch to the solor plexus, followed by an elbow strike to the nose or temple) will serve you better than betting it all on that ONE magic shot any day of the week.

    With multiple attackers, movement is the key while keeping the attackers lined up so that they cannot both hit you at the same time.
    Single accurate techniiques are more important here becase you have to make your hits count while moving rapidly to outmanuver your opponents.
  12. Dalton Wayne

    Dalton Wayne Epic mustache Millennium Member

    Apr 5, 1999
    Central Florida
  13. agalb

    agalb COD4!!!

    Jan 14, 2004
    One move? Everything at stake?

    Sorry, I couldn't resist......