Best Move For Street Fight - Instant KO | From Muay Thai Champion

Added on Mar 12, 2018 From TappBrothers

Former North American Muay Thai Champion Mike Zhang, shares his best technique to take out an opponent in a street fight.

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I recently had the opportunity to train at the awesome Critical Bench Compound in Florida. My buddy Mike Zhang was here training as well! We were going through past comments from his videos and found many of you asked for specific fighting techniques from Mike. Like what to do in a real street fight situation? Or how can you defend yourself from an attacker in a real life situation. This is something I'm curious about as well. So today I got Mike to jump on the camera to share his best street fighting move for beginners and his advice on how best to handle street fights.

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Thomas Tapp


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TappBrothers Says:

Mar 12, 2018 - Hey Tapp bros here, thanks for watching! Big shout out for Mike Zhang for hoping on the channel! And if you want to start your training with Mike, get his KickBoxer Abs program here: http://bit.ly/kickboxer-abs

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Also remember what Mike said at the beginning of this video, the best thing to prepare for a real fight is to practice conflict resolution and to avoid a fight in the first place. A street fight can be unpredictable and extremely risky. However, if you have no choice, this tactic is one of Mike’s favorites for protecting your essential body parts and taking out your opponent.

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AJM2 Says:

Sep 19, 2018 - "Okay, I'm gonna break the wrist, walk away... Break the wrist, walk away."

Hateem Ahmad Says:

Sep 18, 2018 - Quality content, crappy audio

meteora8888 Says:

Sep 16, 2018 - Do you have to take your shirt off as part of this move as Thomas demonstrates? Lol

azad hassan Says:

Sep 16, 2018 - VERY good action my son and nice fitness

Rich Herkman Says:

Sep 14, 2018 - the technique is actually flawed, best thing to do is to slide forward and keep the elbow in place, idk if this technique is actually a good idea if im being honest

Donnie Merritt Says:

Sep 14, 2018 - Good info Bros

ifell3 Says:

Sep 12, 2018 - Good video, always thought/told Thai stance was more 180'

Andrew Ferris Says:

Sep 12, 2018 - You don’t need to raise your arm in order to block any punch with your shoulder, nor should you block a haymaker over stepping into the punch with your left arm extended and raised in order to stuff it if possible. That block is more for elbows or roundhouses to the head in Muay Thai, just shoulder rolling into the punch gives you the hook as a counter attack and is arguably better technique since you can counter with a left or right right punch. It is a solid block on the opposing side vs the lead Hook tho’, since you can’t roll into the punch with the rear shoulder. You should also try to grab the back of your neck and angle your elbow outward, as the angle cuts off the arc and the forearm protects the sweet spot behind the ear as well - counter with the jab.

amy an abby Says:

Sep 12, 2018 - Wont work for a real hook tho lmfao