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How to Fight Multiple Attackers – The Best Self Defense Techniques for Fighting Multiple Opponents

This video will teach you How To Fight Multiple Attackers using a combined system of MMA and very brutal self-defense techniques… for the next videos visit: If you watch this video and pick up the techniques, your fights will end quickly, and you will look like a superhero in front of your friends… or whoever is watching. Watch the video, pick up a few moves, and then we will go deeper into the strategy. The rest of this crap is just for the sake of having keywords in my description box: Fighting multiple opponents will never be easy. The fights will be fast paced, and exhausting. The trick is having the best techniques to eliminate opponents quickly, so you can finally end up in a one-on-one. Comparatively, that’s a lot easier to deal with. The secret to beating multiple attackers in a fight is POSITIONING. If you don’t focus on your relationship to your opponents, they will be able to sucker punch you in the side of the head. That is the absolute fastest way to lose a fight and get stomped on. We start this video by introducing the Muay Thai clinch, which is in my opinion the best way to defend yourself against multiple attackers. Watch this video and you will see why. I have a HUGE pile off MMA technique videos which can be found free at How To Fight Now .com – The Fight Smart Training Program. Lot’s of people want to learn how to fight, but they have no idea where to look. You can find a lot of street fighting videos on YouTube, and a lot of videos titled “how to win a street fight”, but most of them are crap. I personally don’t want to learn from some dude punching a couch cushion in his back-yard, with his twitchy girlfriend holding his IPhone camera… but that’s just me. I created the fight smart training program to teach people how to fight with REAL TECHNIQUES that work… I gathered them in my career as a professional fighter. If these techniques work in the cage, they will certainly work in a street fight. A lot of times, I had these moves used against me… and it hurt. I don’t care what your purposes are: self-defense, a personal quest, or just to be a more powerful bully… it doesn’t matter. My job is to provide you with the realest fighting moves out there, and to teach you how to fight and win every time. Be sure to check out my website… I have far more video on than I have in my YouTube channel…. and they’re free…. because I’m cool like that. Check out the website and good luck learning how to punch, how to kick, how to do Jiu Jitsu, how to do Muay Thai kickboxing, and how to do any of the other Keywords that I’m trying to target by writing this channel description. Watch the course on How to fight Multiple Opponents Here:
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Hans Hrothgar says:

Yeah, and all it takes is that guy to get a leg hook to stop you from moving around. It looks good on paper, but terrible in practice.

Teguh Supriyanto says:

not always working i think in real situation
run is the best strategy
if you in the death or live condition

Rudy Hernandez says:

I always carry a lighter with me make my fist rock hard

adjo jo says:

i learn karate ju justu but then also got bitten

AbdeHaqq BenJohn says:

try to box like prime tyson with his moves & 'dempsey roll'(ip man 3) or at least with a goods jab like the black & white video!

Offical GameZ says:

what if they do the clinch

B DeWit says:

Great advice- a lot of these fundamentals are taught in military, specifically for melee combat using a rifle/bayonet.
He didn't mention this in the video, but I think it's because this is common knowledge among self-defense communities: If you have a situation that could become 2 on 1, running is your best option. But knowing and practicing the techniques in the video is still important, because running might not be an option; or you can use some of these techniques to create an opening to flee.

ChillWind Legacy says:

so its like in a fight your head is the center of gravity?

sai sai100 sai sai100 says:

If you do that, he can punch your ribs and axilla regions. So, how to deal with that??

John Cortes says:

and Ideally your opponent doesn't have a blade. Great technique unless the guy you have in the clinch sticks you with a blade. The way the bad guy is positioned he could easily stick you in vital areas causing you to bleed out within a few mins.

sheky187 says:

What if any of the two guys you are sparring with tried to grab your leg while you are kneeing and kicking? The guy in the clinch is not even trying to get you down on the ground…

elstar says:

i still don't buy that, i can't imagine a girl like myself "clinching" a big tall guy. my instinct always tells me to kick. even if it's for distraction. it also tells me that guys for some reason always focus on punching maybe cuz they're stronger in the upper body or feel a reach. so i would kick them low/mid/groin as i'm looking them in the eye/head area with my hands up. everytime i see a clinch or hold video i see a big guy holding a guy smaller or shorter than him. i never see the opposite.

Lacoma Charles says:

wrong again distance is key like I said before training like that will get you hurt the only way to defend against multiple attackers is get away and strike if you need to grabbing even one of them gives all of the rest the ability to close in on you and fast don't listen to this shit now with that said the only way to take on multiple attackers is put gear on have your training partners put gear on and go out side at all different locations from parking lots to open fields and have them attack you with no mercy until you tap or get away or successfully put each one down one by one slowly close the space you have to move until you are in a living room type box that's the only way to learn how to fight is to actually fight you will feel your mistakes and learn by them so keep distance if they close in or if it's one on one strike hard and fast one hook or one straight punch and move quickly no combos the longer you are in close the more likely you will get hit grabbed and whatever else it's not worth the gamble it's better to keep in good shape train distance and watch how he will deteriorate and weaken Ashe is trying to hurt you and can't even get close enough to do it then he will either give up and stop trying or he will come in weak that's when you put him down now not saying if he is raging and he gets to close and you tag him you may or may not knock him out then you won't have to do much then just make sure if he gets to close he feels it and get your distance back make him think twice on going in at you again but if you miss I can't stress enough the fact you must regain your distance again and reset your self for the next strike don't sit and just throw bombs with your opponent it's about leaving the fight without any physical injuries so remember when training keep it simple and logical and as real as you can get it because in the end a fight is as real as it gets and that could mean life or death

Mark Dewald says:

Good stuff, I plan on using some of the techniques in my class. I am a defensive tactics instructor for a law enforcement agency.

Matthew M says:

Good video and advice. 😊🖒
This is almost exactly what I did last time when 3 guys tried to jump me.
(while my giant ex-friend who started it just watched on)
One of which I was a bit itchy of, cause I heard he was crazy and apparently he knew some Muay Thai.
(Though as soon as he come at me,and I put him in the clinch, I realized his Muay Thai experience was extremely exaggerated) 😁
Always had trained to keep one guy in between you and the other guys, like this,
which I did while delivering knees and occasional elbows etc,
and throwing teeps and stuff if his buddies got any angle on me.
Two went down and stayed down, and the third wisely kept alot of distance from me, refusing to engage, As I walked off without even a scratch. 😁
It was pretty cool actually lol, many people saw it haha,
and I was really surprised how easy it was.

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