The shredder, while not classical bullshido, comes very close to that.
You cannot have one “best strike” for all situations.
What you mean is a life or death situation, right? Are others involved (bystanders, buddies, family etc)? Do you want to kill or believe the premise that lethal techniques are the way to go? Is maximum shock the thing you’re after, for example, to stage a flight?
You will surely admit that “the shredder” is not a general purpose technique.
And high fiving each other for presenting various killer techniques is below this forum.
Recognition of a scenario and executing a plan, not just reacting to an aggressor, is the first one-two combination you have to worry about.
a young man with a knife, approaching slowly, looks like a junkie, my family behind me, she will freeze in terror while grasping the child, plenty of space, I have half a second, I wear shitty boots with no grip, am intoxicated and feel terrible
possibly solution-> I will calm the dude, reach for the mock wallet with just a few bucks I wear for this occasion and throw it to him, going backwards, I will stay calm and relaxed with a voice that’s loud enough too make him pick up that wallet quick and go.
two young drunks + chic, pumping themselves mentally up as they approach me, talking shit, the aggressive one has pushed me back against a garbage can and will probably close the deal in a few seconds to impress the others.
They seem unarmed, I’m fit, some other nightowls on the street.
-> I will finish these skinny fuckers as fast and decisivly as possibly, in a few seconds , circling to the right to line the guys up, after he’s down, I’ll either engage the smaller guy who will likely fold or have the opportunity to run away.
These aren’t optimal solutions, just potential basic strategy and checklist. [I must act now, what will happen, what is my aim and condition, how can I evade etc.]
Violent scenarios have to be approached with a clear head. Just sluggin it out on the street with some strangers is a capital dumb idea.
In both cases, just going kina mutai as your only solution would have endangered your life and that of your family. In the best case, you’ve crippled someone who can sue your ass off.
Don’t train magic techniques in the gym and assume you can put up with everyone in every situation. Your time is spend better if you also involve some tactical training.[/quote]