Do you believe in a “fair” fight? Well, if so, I’d like to invite you over to my house to meet the Easter Bunny and Santa Claus. In this article, I’ll give you the 4 reasons why a “fair” fight is a sucker’s fight.
How – How can you define a “fair” fight?
Okay, let’s see. We could start by saying that a “fair” fight is one of honor, chivalry, and chivalrous conduct. That…! What the hell are we talking about here? Is this the 19th century Victorian era where you slap the guy across the face with a pair of white lace-up gloves before challenging him to a duel outside on the garden patio? Man! if someone slaps me on the face with gloves, or anything else, there’s going to be some pretty serious damage behind it, right then and there!
Let’s take a closer look at this absurd idea of fairness in a street fight. (We’re not talking about sports fights here. We’re talking Street fighting!) What else does “fighting fair” mean?
#1 – A fair fight means you will hit your assailant once, maybe hurt him, and then stop hitting – This is an extreme tactical error, as it is allowing an aggressor who wants to do damage You to recover and come back at you with even more force and angry aggression.
#2 – A fair fight means that if he asks for mercy, you will give it to him – God is the forgiver of souls. You are the butt kicker. You do not stop your attack until the threat against you has been neutralized. Street fighters will pretend to be injured only for you to drop them so they can attack. You with more vicious
#3 – A fair fight means that you will be reluctant or afraid of hurting your assailant – Your fear of hurting the other person is practically a “suicidal mentality”. If you are afraid of hurting the other person, you will not use your most damaging and effective blows. You will “play fight” with him until he sees the opportunity and chance to seriously hurt you. You have the right to hurt someone in a real fight. That’s what the fight is about.
#4 – A fair fight means you’ll wait until it is. Ready to fight with you – If he takes off his jacket, you will wait until he takes off his jacket. If he says, let’s go out and fight, you’ll politely follow him out. what the hell is that about! As he takes off his jacket, punch him in the jaw while his arms are still caught in the sleeves of his coat! As he walks in front of you to come out to fight, hit him in the back of the head from behind!
As my teacher, Norm Bettencourt, would say: “There is no such thing as a dirty fighter, only a polite one.”