The Wind Up-percut

Damaging people on multiple levels.

(And here's the Floppity Kick)

(Also, I forgot the "Ranger Roll" video link in my email)

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13 Comments

  • Mikey

    Reply Reply March 9, 2018

    I like the deception you can create with the wind uppercut, but at some point that dude getting peiced up needs to cover up and play defense.

  • Bob Roland

    Reply Reply March 9, 2018

    A Distraction primarily. My self defense trainer usually has me start the initial strike with a distraction to change the focus of the adversary, their position, get them off balance to set up the real strike. But with this video fool me once shame on you fool me twice shame on me, fool me five times perhaps this isn’t for you.

  • Rod

    Reply Reply March 9, 2018

    It reminds me of the wind mill punch that a kid used on me .I think it’s not a great style.i like to pick my nose and make.noise to get the advantage.but I always loosing fights so what do I know

  • Alex

    Reply Reply March 9, 2018

    That guy blocked every upper-cut with his face

  • Steven Louis Born

    Reply Reply March 9, 2018

    I wonder what would happen if kicks were thrown? Would that throw off his wind ups? I really,really think so. He could not close the gap so safely. And he would be forced to go into defense mode. Don’ t you think?

  • Anonymous

    Reply Reply March 9, 2018

    He needs to watch Trav’s head movement vid and start throwing some punches back.

  • Steven Louis Born

    Reply Reply March 9, 2018

    Aren’t the legs the long swords that are used to cut the warrior as the gap is being closed?

  • roger

    Reply Reply March 10, 2018

    That guy is telegraphing his punch, as he starts winding I’ll punch him.

  • Conway Redding

    Reply Reply March 10, 2018

    Kid Gavilan used to use that move, but only against opponents he believed he clearly outclassed. Of rourse, Gavilan’s hand were taped up, and further protected by boxing gloves. I hope you’re not suggesting that anyone try that shit in a street fight, where the most likely instant result for the thrower of the punch would be a broken hand.

  • Dave

    Reply Reply March 10, 2018

    I wont comment on each video but will say that this is one of the most entertaining lessons you have ever sent, Trav. You can remove that thing at the bottom about getting too much email. Thanks
    dave

  • Daniel

    Reply Reply March 10, 2018

    Any tactic can look good against a plodding idiot who doesn’t react to punches at his head… talk about an easy target. This doesn’t have much relevance to self-defence either.

  • Alan

    Reply Reply March 10, 2018

    I don’t know if the guy puching is really good, or if the guy getting punched is really bad. I see this trick being used sometimes on boxing and MMA professional fights, but no so many times in only one round.

  • Anonymous

    Reply Reply March 14, 2018

    Looks like somebody’s a fan of, Popeye the Sailor Man
    lol

    My cousin tried that when I was 10, I threw a sidekick into his gut, when I stop laughing at him.

    And that was the end of the fight.

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