trained in martial arts for 15 years; I had tough fights hard sparring
and many cuts and bruises, but still felt untested in a real sense, so
at the age of 36 I went and worked on the door. What the dojo canít
prepare you for is people coming at you who really want to hurt you;
people who will think nothing of pushing a glass in your face or neck,
stamp on your head and laugh as they leave you in a pool of blood.
Unlike the training hall or gym there is no time to think when it kicks
off. Most of the fights I had, if Iím really honest I canít remember
what I did to win them, but I learnt very quickly I did have to win them
or I was going to be messed up. The mainstay of my time on the door was
not in teams, but working one man doors and venues, when the fight was
on I had to win or there was a good chance I would be dead. Scumbags are
quite happy to play football with a bouncerís head once heís down.
The only person watching my back was me.
years study of martial arts and combative training on the pavement
The most important thing when it
comes to physical violence is do all that you can to avoid it. But when
someone threatens your very existence you must be prepared to strike
back with an attitude that dictates the outcome of the fight in your favor,
your life will depend on it !
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