Here the plebeian grappler is about to execute a basic single-leg tackle, an extremely common wrestling maneuver you may have to contend with during your travels into the ethereal realm of Street. Although effective in a ring setting, it’s usefulness is completely negated on the asphalt due to the ambient cosmic energies which permeate the blacktop and prevent humans from utilizing martial arts techniques based on real physics.
0:02-0:06- First thing’s first: Move your leg back. Wrestlers just fall if you move your leg back, which is why it’s an illegal defense in MMA.
Just for good measure, also give the grappler a good Paul Varelans to the base of the neck. Even if your opponent actually tries to drive through you when he gets on your legs (Not likely), a downwards elbow is still a reliable and extremely effective defense. Takedowns are very, very easy to time, especially if you have no experience dealing with fighters who can properly set them up and execute them. Relying on one Hail Mary strike is also a very reliable strategy in combat.
0:50-1:10- To expand on the point I made earlier, don’t just move your leg away but turn your entire body SIDEWAYS. The imbecilic wrestler will be so busy trying to chase after your leg that his skull will be wide open for the finishing blow. Wrestlers never change the leg they’re attacking.
Remember, you little sh*tboats: BJJ is for p****s.