The scenario is this: somebody’s being a jerk, and wants to start problems. Of course, as Master Saurer says, “do your best to diffuse the situation verbally.” But the other guy’s having no part of it.
Often times, rather than throw a punch and commit to the assault he’ll attempt to intimidate you by using both hands to push you, kind of like when you were kids in the school yard. The wrist lock is a civilized way of stopping the aggressor.
A violent assault happens EVERY 34 seconds—Are you ready?
- BJJ Black Belt and SELF DEFENSE Guru Eli Knight CUTS THROUGH THE BS on GI to STREET SELF DEFENSE— You might THINK you learned the KNEE ON BELLY choke in class—but can it save you on the STREET?