Fight B/w Umar Riaz Abbasi & Moshin Shah Ranjha

By | January 12, 2017
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fights can be many things, but fair is not one of them. Quite often the kind of people that go around starting fights and causing trouble do so in groups, all egging each other on and abandoning personal responsibility to collective behavior. It is also that those old saying about the school bully being a coward hold true when those bullies grow up and become violent criminals and thugs, so they always prefer an easy target and to have the back up of their friends.All of this means that if you do get into a street fight there is a good chance that it won’t be an even one on one, so every martial artist should be prepared to fight when outnumbered. Watch video in link below

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The first thing that you must recognize about fighting when outnumbered may sound a bit obvious, but it is essential to remember – it is very hard to win a fight when you are outnumbered. Even if you are a very skilled and experienced martial artist your chances of getting an outright victory are pretty slim, especially if you are outnumbered more than two to one.Given that you are so unlikely to actually win you probably shouldn’t be trying to – instead you should stay focus only on protecting yourself and surviving without injury. At all times your number one priority should be to escape from the situation, but in the mean time there are some things that you can do to make it more likely that you will come through it unhurt.