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Old 01-18-2011, 09:42 AM   #30
Tony Wagstaffe
Location: Winchester
Join Date: Oct 2005
Posts: 1,211
United Kingdom
Re: your number one technique

Henry Ellis wrote: View Post
At last !!! a good technique for all to learn. much better than " The way to handle a bully is to walk away."

Rik ( my son ) was quietly walking home from a night out.

Three yobs were giving some poor girls serious grief, as Rik approached, he politely asked ( he is always polite ) the yobs to leave the girls alone, they then turned on him, as he walked backwards stating those famous words " I don't want any trouble " which of course he knew they would take as weakness, he had his hands in the air as he walked backwards ( for possible CTV ) they attacked him, he knocked two out and the third backed off. They were punching and never made contact. Rik's only injury was a broken hand, which resulted in the cancellation of 3 forthcoming fights..He then walked the young ladies safely home.
So, walking away from bullies can be very dangerous.....

Henry Ellis
Aikido in MMA
As any real gentleman would Henry......

I have been in a similar situ where a fight broke out between some nob and his girlfriend in the back of my cab one night...... This nob went too far and started beating her up, I just had to step in at risk and also injury to myself as well, as we were fighting halfway in and out of the cab!!!!, I managed to grab his ear and yanked him out of the cab to see to him, when I eventually got him out he did a runner!! Leaving me to deal with a very badly beaten young lady who I had to take to A&E...... Not very nice and very ugly..... honestly if people only really knew the reality out there...... It's a bloody zoo at times.....
It may seem surreal to most but it's reality to me......
What really pissed me off is I got no thanks (no fare) for my effort Just a lot of tears, hysteria and how he was such a bastard.......
Reality sucks..... amen

Last edited by Tony Wagstaffe : 01-18-2011 at 09:48 AM.
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