Self Defense Against Multiple Attackers

Self defense techniques against multiple attackers in a real street fight must account for scenarios where you’re fighting and pinned against a wall. This is not martial arts – street fighting means survival.

How To Defend Against Multiple Attackers When Pinned Against A Wall

One of the absolute worst-case scenarios in a street fight self defense scenario is to find yourself facing multiple attackers while you’re pinned against a wall. Cornered like this, most people would simply cover up and pray for mercy in the hopes of not getting beaten to death. I mean, what self defense techniques could you possibly pull out to escape such a hopeless situation in a real fight, right? Well fortunately, defending against multiple attackers who’ve pinned you isn’t as hopeless a scenario as you might think.

Street Fight Physics: How To Defend Against Multiple Attackers When Pinned Against A Wall

Ok, you’re jacked up against a wall by several attackers with nowhere to go. No matter how much you can bench press, the force of the other fighters is too much for you to push against in order to escape. But while your brain is thinking “push”, simple street fight physics dictates that the path of least resistance is your best technique for self defense. You see, while you may not be able to push multiple attackers forward, your body does have mobility from side to side. In fact, the more your attackers push forward, the more lateral movement you have as their force actually provides you with additional sideways mobility.

The Sneaky Street Fight Self Defense Technique To Crumple Multiple Attackers Like Magic

It doesn’t matter if you have two fighters or thirty-five fighters pinning you against a wall, the self defense technique I’m about to describe to you will work almost like magic. But you have to act fast because you want to avoid getting punched as much as possible. Your first move is to choose just one single person among the multiple attackers you’re facing, preferably the person closest to you, but it really doesn’t matter as long as he’s in the close quarters combat zone. Now, reach for that person and choose any close target where you can gain leverage. My favorite is his chin because when it comes to street fighting, if you can control his head, the rest of his body will follow. However, any close leveraging target, such as the inside or outside of his elbow, will work.

Now, with one hand, reach up and quickly push your target sideways as he’s pushing in toward you. Having your back against a wall will actually give you something to push off of to gain more stability and power. At the same time as you’re pushing, shift your body in the opposite direction, moving laterally along the wall.

How This Street Fighting Technique Defeats Multiple Attackers So Fast…

Ok, this is where this amazing street fighting move does its magic. Because the force of the multiple attackers are pushing in toward you, as your body shifts out of their way, their momentum remains moving forward. As you push one of the attackers sideways and move along the wall, you’ll find that all of the fighters instantly implode on one another, likely falling to the ground in a crumpled mess while you make your escape through the opening you just created.

Sound like a street fighting fairytale to you? Well you don’t have to believe me that this multiple attacker move works. Get five, ten, or twenty of your friends to pin you against a wall as hard as they can and prove it to yourself by using this simple self defense technique.

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