[Code Red Defense] Okay guys I’m going be teaching you how to defend against a gang attack. Now again, working in clubs. This was the most common scenario I would see. This is why when people would tell me grapple and take the guy to the ground. The biggest factor in a street fight is multiple attackers. Weapons. Those are the dangerous stuff and I don’t know if any these guys are armed. And if I take one I can be the best Jujitsu master with 10 Dan and 100 years of grappling. If I could take Vasil down to ground and Rock is standing by, I’m getting booted in the head. And I’ve seen this in real fights. That’s why I say, you never want to hit the ground if you’re fighting in a street fight. You want to take the fight standing up. The other problem with multiple attackers, a lot of people teach like stuff like…okay come over here you two. And it’s like okay. If you’re faced with three attackers don’t move. When these two charge, charge. You do this and then when this guy charges you do that and you’re out. Now, how the hell do I know where this guys are going to move? How the hell do I know how they’re going to move? How the hell do I know how they’re going to position, this is craziness, Right? If you’re training like this you will get killed in the streets because I don’t know which ones got a weapon, I don’t know which ones going to move first. I don’t how they’re going to move, I have no clue what’s going to happen and just to prove that point to you that fighting doesn’t happen the way that a lot of the self-defense trainers teach. And it’s unrealistic. Let me do a scenario with this guys. You’re not allowed to strike… all your guys are going to do is I want you guys to try to rough me up. Okay? Go. [SOUND] Get them boys.>>Okay. What’s going on.>>[CROSSTALK] I don’t have any money on me. [SOUND]
[CROSSTALK] I got a something for you.>>Where are you going at?>>Don’t touch me.>>What’s the problem guys? [CROSSTALK] Now, the most important thing your faced against a large group like this. Number one I want to avoid staying static. Which means, if they’re coming towards me, I want to avoid standing here because right here, they decide to charge me I’m going down. I don’t care how I move, where I move, I’m going down. Again, I would be hitting first definitely. In gang attack this scenario, you got to hit first. But you got to remember, I’m going to strike first, and then I’m faced with two attackers, and if you don’t knock out the first guy, you’re faced with three attackers so you better be ready to hit and fight like crazy or get the hell out as quickly as possible. Now, you can see, what is the most important thing you need to learn here? And that we’re going to teach you. And even in the multiple attackers video, we have a huge amazing video with these guys plus extra guys who were just doing multiple attackers scenarios, up to five on one. What are we trying to teach you? Understanding how to position yourself. So if I’m faced with a Rock, and he’s in my face, Gio is here, Gio comes in front of Rock, comes here, he becomes my pivot. Guy’s start moving around They’re moving here, I’m trying to keep them between the other two attackers. Suddenly, I just switched to Rock, Vasil comes in front, I move in front of Vasil where I’m talking to the guy. What I don’t want to do is stand over here, anyway I look at it I’m going to get hit. So that’s the most important thing when you’re faced in a gang attack. The other thing, don’t stay static and you got to strike first. Again you’re faced against three guys, this is not the movies. I’m not going to go boom, boom, whack, kick and throw it back and they’re all going to fall to the ground. Chances are, and I’ve seen a lot of fights like this happen, if these guys are actually committed, and multiple attackers. I’ve seen fights when you hit one guy and they all run, that’s not a multiple attackers attack.
That’s not a gang fight. I’ve seen gang fight, what happens is all three are ready to commit and take you down and kick your freakin’ ass. That’s what a gang fight is, and I can tell you from experience, when you’re faced against this type of thing, you either hit fist, start thinking to get the hell out as quickly as possible. Just as you saw how I positioned them in a way, “boom” I’m gone. I’m gone. All these three guys are bigger than me. I’m about to square off with them. I don’t even know if they’re armed. I’m not going to sit there and say, oh yeah, this guy’s going to move first.
And when he does I’m going to move the left. And then when this guy’s going to come up that way. I don’t know, we can do every, we can do ten different scenarios and get ten complete different outcomes. [Code Red Defense]