How to fight and knock someone out with one punch in street fight depends on where you punch the body. We advise that you should not punch to your attacker’s jaw in a street fight or self defence situation. You may knock them out with one punch, but you are also likely to cripple your hands or worst if you punch the person in the mouth. This week we look at how to fight with knockout strikes that are less risky and more flexible for self defence.
Most fighters will tell to punch as hard as you can at someone’s jaw, but what happens if the person drops their head when they punch? Most people tend to drop their heads in instinct or simple self defence survival when they throw a punch in a fight. This leads to a greater risk of hitting the top of their skull and crippling your hands. So we advise that you use open hands to strike in a street fight. Our belief is that you should limit the use of your fist, unless you have well conditioned hands, and aim for soft targets such as the side of the neck.
In part one of our video we look at where you actually strike for a knockout punch. The second, second describes why hitting the side of the neck works so well, what we describe as the science behind strike. Finally, we examine three ways in which this strike should be used in a street fight.
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