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Pissed off pimp Vs. Karate expert

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waggy

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Originally posted by: paulxcook
Oldie but a goodie. I wonder if there's some nerve right along the neck/behind the ear. That's where it looks like he hit the pimp. Either way, always worth another watch :D.
it is easyer to knock someone out if you hit right under the ear. it does not take as forcefull of a blow as it would hitting them in teh face.
 

BD2003

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That was pure beauty. He feigned as if he was going to clock him with his right, and then the left came out of nowhere. No one could have seen that coming. It was cold, methodical, and perfectly executed. Bravo.
 

chari

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I think he used the least amount of effort possible to drop someone like nothing. The best part was him walking away acting like he does it on a daily basis.

:thumbsup: Hilarious.
 

ThePresence

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Originally posted by: BD2003
That was pure beauty. He feigned as if he was going to clock him with his right, and then the left came out of nowhere. No one could have seen that coming. It was cold, methodical, and perfectly executed. Bravo.
I didnt see him fake with his right, I think that was just part of his stance.
 

MrWizzard

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Originally posted by: paulxcook
Oldie but a goodie. I wonder if there's some nerve right along the neck/behind the ear. That's where it looks like he hit the pimp. Either way, always worth another watch :D.
Yes there is one right in the location he hit at, if you can hit that spot it will take someone down, but it isn't easy to hit.

 

Atheus

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Originally posted by: MrWizzard
Originally posted by: paulxcook
Oldie but a goodie. I wonder if there's some nerve right along the neck/behind the ear. That's where it looks like he hit the pimp. Either way, always worth another watch :D.
Yes there is one right in the location he hit at, if you can hit that spot it will take someone down, but it isn't easy to hit.
Looked like a backfist to the temple to me. Left hand too, good strike.
 

Rapidskies

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I thinks he should have gave a warnings of somekind first instead of attacking and UNARMED MAN IN BROAD DAYSLIGHT it smells of cowardicness on the cheap shot karate guys part. I would be suing if I was the innocence bystander.
 

ThePresence

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Originally posted by: Rapidskies
I thinks he should have gave a warnings of somekind first instead of attacking and UNARMED MAN IN BROAD DAYSLIGHT it smells of cowardicness on the cheap shot karate guys part. I would be suing if I was the innocence bystander.
WTF? The guy charged right him in a rage! Wtf was he supposed to do? Innocent bystander?

I am going to assume this is sarcasm.
 

blackdogdeek

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Originally posted by: ThePresence
Originally posted by: Rapidskies
I thinks he should have gave a warnings of somekind first instead of attacking and UNARMED MAN IN BROAD DAYSLIGHT it smells of cowardicness on the cheap shot karate guys part. I would be suing if I was the innocence bystander.
WTF? The guy charged right him in a rage! Wtf was he supposed to do? Innocent bystander?

I am going to assume this is sarcasm.
i agree. if someone came at me in such a manner i would assume the person intended to do bodily harm and would defend myself as such.

also, how do you know the karate guy DIDN'T give a warning? there is no audio that i can discern in that vid.
 

Rapidskies

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Originally posted by: blackdogdeek
Originally posted by: ThePresence
Originally posted by: Rapidskies
I thinks he should have gave a warnings of somekind first instead of attacking and UNARMED MAN IN BROAD DAYSLIGHT it smells of cowardicness on the cheap shot karate guys part. I would be suing if I was the innocence bystander.
WTF? The guy charged right him in a rage! Wtf was he supposed to do? Innocent bystander?

I am going to assume this is sarcasm.
i agree. if someone came at me in such a manner i would assume the person intended to do bodily harm and would defend myself as such.

also, how do you know the karate guy DIDN'T give a warning? there is no audio that i can discern in that vid.
I dont think a person armed with LETHAL WEAPONS should attack a victim if the victim has not retaliated at his person yet. When karate kids was defending his honor he took much damage from from the cobra clans before he dispensed justices. In cases such as this you have to ASSUME they are coming to discuss the issues instead of ASSUMING they are coming to fights. We live in a civilan societies these days not societies of conans.
 
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Originally posted by: Rapidskies
In cases such as this you have to ASSUME they are coming to discuss the issues instead of ASSUMING they are coming to fights. We live in a civilan societies these days not societies of conans.
What dream world do you live in?
 

sygyzy

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Oct 21, 2000
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Everytime I watch this, I wonder how he was able to deliver that much force from that far back and at such an awkward angle.
 

TitanDiddly

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Originally posted by: judasmachine
Originally posted by: OVERKILL
That was great, that piece of trash pimp deserved much more of a beating than that. :thumbsup:
I agree, but apparently it only took the one punch. Why waste the energy.
Correction: One ridge hand strike.
 

spidey07

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Originally posted by: sygyzy
Everytime I watch this, I wonder how he was able to deliver that much force from that far back and at such an awkward angle.
His stance. He pivots on his left foot, swinging his right leg slighty. Tons of force there, effectively using your entire body to deliver the blow.
 

waggy

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Dec 14, 2000
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Originally posted by: Rapidskies
I thinks he should have gave a warnings of somekind first instead of attacking and UNARMED MAN IN BROAD DAYSLIGHT it smells of cowardicness on the cheap shot karate guys part. I would be suing if I was the innocence bystander.
heh the guy was not fighting the lady to go over to talk. he wanted to fight the guy.

WE can hear if he gave warnings but i am willing to bet he did.

it was not cheap s hot or cowardness.
 

blackdogdeek

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Originally posted by: TitanDiddly
Originally posted by: judasmachine
Originally posted by: OVERKILL
That was great, that piece of trash pimp deserved much more of a beating than that. :thumbsup:
I agree, but apparently it only took the one punch. Why waste the energy.
Correction: One ridge hand strike.
actually, ridge hand is the inside edge of the hand (four fingers extended and thumb tucked in striking with the edge of the pointy finger). this looks more like a backhand or hammerfist or regular chop or even a forearm.
 

LtPage1

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Originally posted by: judasmachine
Originally posted by: OVERKILL
That was great, that piece of trash pimp deserved much more of a beating than that. :thumbsup:
I agree, but apparently it only took the one punch. Why waste the energy.
the best part was how he stood there in a ready stance for like a second and a half, saw the guy wasn't getting up on his own, shrugged and walked away. :laugh:
 

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