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This kid obviously had a little MMA training, but as soon as he got upperhand, he was immediately jumped by the niglet's friends/family.
His first mistake was not maintaining a dominant position over the black kid. He was setting up a triangle while his friend was standing right next to his head getting ready to stomp it in. MMA works for da streetz, you just have to be smart about it.
If only he'd spent time working on his boxing/kickboxing rather than his 'one at a time please' jew jitsu.
actually, jj could've worked out here if he knew more of it. He knew where he was, yet he didn't do anything that big. for example, having him in a triangle wasn't exactly the best idea because its not exactly quick nor dangerous. if he were to go to an armbar, and snap his arm, he could swap to another person. the guy took a lot of hits before going down, he was good, however his positioning wasn't the best.
Well, depending on the area, cops are allowed to have gloves with hardened knuckles.
Here is the problem.
He wasn't even attempting a triangle, he was just squezing with his legs.
What he should have done is a sweep or got up.
I doubt he had the training anyhow.
Real MMA training he would have been knowledgable to get underhooks in the clinch.
Not pulling his hair.
Also when in a street fight if you don't bring more homies or an equal amount of homies that can fight you are asking for a possible jumping blacks or no blacks.
Just keep the fight standing in a street fight to prevent being stomped out.
Striking is really one of the best options for a street fight with 2 or more guys.
Greg Jackson and a ton of MMA coaches already teach and train street defense on top of training MMA, in fact if you listen to a lot of MMA guys they have some crazy street fight stories. Urijah Fabre had a funny one where him and 2 of his wrestling buddies were in Thailand doing MT, pissed off some of the locals at a bar and machetes, knees and elbows and takedowns were everywhere in a 20 people brawl.
This is a fact. My coach is "the other Greg" (people used to get them confused due to similar names). His self-defense class is legit as fuck. Recently, I've noticed a bunch of our fighters doing it too.
That just doesn't cut it when if UFC were to hold these events, training and application would be a lot more evolved than "I got into a few fights like this a few times, so where's what I think".
We'd have the "trail and error tested in muh cage" bullshit we keep hearing about when it comes to CMA vs Boxing and what not.