Win a Ground Fight With This Dirty Street-Fighting Move

No, you DON’T have to be big and strong to defeat a violent attacker.

Hell, you don’t even need to practice a bazillion different martial arts moves for hours and hours.

All you need are some “dirty” street-fighting moves — the kind that are so brutal they’re considered illegal in UFC cage fighting.

Let me give you a quick example of a dirty, nasty street-fighting move for a ground fight.

OK, first — you’ve most likely heard that when it comes to real fights, they almost always eventually go to the ground, right?

This can happen for any number of reasons…

  • You could attempt a takedown of your attacker and they could pull you down with them
  • You could be stunned and fall
  • You might even trip over an obstacle (like a chair or the curb).

But make no mistake…

The ground is the LAST place you want to be when you’re under attack. Your only goal is to get your ass off the pavement as quickly as possible before you get your head crushed in by the steel-toed work boots of your attacker’s buddies.

That’s why I’m not a huge fan of learning ground-fighting techniques like arm bars, chokes and submissions (the kind you’d learn in any mixed martial arts school).

I focus only on tactics that will end any fight in just seconds — including a ground fight.

Tactics like this aren’t pretty. But they work.

Damn well.

Forget Mixed Martial Arts — This Move Is a Fight Ender

OK, while a trained mixed martial artist in a ground fight may go for some complicated chokehold (that would take weeks or months to perfect), there’s a much better way.

Just reach for your attacker’s hand as he’s grappling with you and grab any one of his fingers.

This is actually pretty easy to do because in a ground fight, he’s going to be trying to wrestle you into a better position.

You don’t even need to see what you’re doing. Just feel where he’s grabbing you and grab any one of his fingers.

But here’s the secret…

Once you have a grip on his finger, don’t bend it backward like most people would do.

Instead, bend it SIDEWAYS.

Bend a finger backward and it hurts.

Bend it sideways and it will snap like a twig!

Now I’ll tell you…

This brutal move is considered illegal in cage matches like the UFC holds because it could put a fighter completely out of commission for several months as they heal… it may even end an athlete’s career.

But it’s the exact type of nasty tactic that can help you end a fight in seconds… even if you’re being attacked by a vicious gangbanger who has no mercy or respect for your life.

Better yet, it takes almost no strength at all to do this (and you don’t even have to practice this simple move).

Not only will your attacker be screaming in agony as he desperately tries to escape from YOU… but you’ll then be fighting a one-handed criminal (if he has any fight left in him at all, that is).

Look, ground fighting doesn’t have to be complicated like most mixed martial arts systems try to make it seem.

You just have to be brutal and know the best moves, the ones that are simple to pull off in a real attack and will leave your attacker in a crumpled mess, howling in pain — or unconscious.

I’ve compiled the nastiest fight moves into this free step-by-step street-fighting DVD right here.

The simple moves I show you on this DVD work even if your attacker is bigger than you, stronger than you and more experienced than you.

Click here to get a free copy.

Chris Campbell

Written By Jeff Anderson

As a lifelong student of what he calls "survival arts", it was Jeff Anderson’s military training that led him to seek out strategies that would protect not only himself on the battlefield... but also provide for his family's own self-reliance in any sort of disaster, crisis or collapse. After 10 years of military training in elite infantry units around the world, Jeff began working as a security consultant and executive protection specialist for private clients and the entertainment industry. Specializing in military style hand-to-hand and weapons combat, Jeff offered classes and seminars based on practicality and battlefield effectiveness. In Jeff’s survival training, it was his service overseas and in combat missions, that he was able to get a first-hand glimpse of what a city gripped in collapse and without rule of law is like for its citizens. He uses his unique experience to inject a more realistic view of what to expect in survival scenarios and provide practical solutions — even in extreme environments — for true survivalists. Ultimately his training and experience led him to create the digital media channel for Modern Combat and Survival magazine which is fueled by more than 100 of the world’s top instructors in law enforcement, military and civilian survival schools.