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Side note you are a black belt karate expert and are teaching the cops how to swing your arms you have to register your hands a deadly weapons because you learn tactics such as stoping a persons heart as well as pinching nerve ending to stop them from moving.
I would shocked if the "pimp" did not press charges for assult.
There *might* be a couple of guys in Asia who could do something like that. There are none here in North America.
But you`re right, if you hit a certain Dan in many martial arts, you are considered a deadly weapon.
But you gonna mock him or insult him over what he did? The guy I`m sure knows what he`s doing far better than you do. I`ve taken a few martial arts for a few years, and what I saw was conceptually perfect, and that makes up for any style flaws.
What were his intentions? Remove the pimp as a threat without seriously injuring him. Also, maintain his own safety and well-being. I`d say the officer did very well. Single strike, fast, straightforward, well-placed without overuse of force. He accomplished exactly what he wanted to do. Also, his loose demeanor as the pimp approached certainly seemed to lull his assailant into a false sense of security.
He handled the situation and handled it well. Go critique someone during their advancement test, not when used practically.
zooks beat me to the other point i was going to make.
"side note you are a black belt karate expert and are teaching the cops how to swing your arms you have to register your hands a deadly weapons because you learn tactics such as stoping a persons heart as well as pinching nerve ending to stop them from moving."
Wrong. :\ Stop watching bad karate flics
Merlock... you`re an idiot. :-D
Granted, the stuff still is somewhat effective, about as effective on the whole as if you basically made up your own random stuff and trained it constantly, in that you would become more efficient/powerful at doing it the incorrect way. But authentic moves are *so* much better.
Merlock...this video was only for our own amusement, who ares about all the "technical" stuff going on?
The `expert` didn`t move mass into the strike at all, he could have made it exponentially more powerful, but it`s obvious he really doesn`t know what he`s doing. On top of that, he didn`t even rotate his hips into the strike since he wasn`t going to step into it to add momentum. The strike wasn`t on-line with the rest of his body, when you raise a backfist that high it loses too much power to be truly effective.
All in all, it`s fairly clear that he really doesn`t know what he`s doing, and simply got his training from a local `McDojo`.
The video paints him in an extremely accomplished light for basically backhanding someone in a manner anyone could perform.
Wich would be dropped, as soon as the judge saw the video.
"To knock somebody silly like that with one punch is impressive"
Gotta love those pressure points. :-)