You always try to defend yourself in the safest way. When you are being attacked with a knife, this is not a joke. If you fail to defend yourself, you will end up getting injured pretty badly.
Welcome back to Self Defense Situation # 116. Every situation is different and you cannot fit one thing in every situation. What works in one situation, that might not work in another situation. When you fight for self defense, your move should be based on the situation.
In this series of posts, I usually share a video to understand the situation. Then we talk about how you can defend yourself in that situation.
Sometimes I might disagree with what shows in the video as a defense. What I say in this post, that's my opinion. Of course, you can have a different opinion and I respect that.
If someone does a straight knife attack, it is always better to move out of the line of attack and defend yourself. In case you cannot block the knife, still, you are safe because you are out of the specific position.
Let's watch this video. This is not my video and video credit goes to Martial Techie
You see that this is a straight knife attack. You should move out of the line of attack as a defense and stop the knife attack. If you stand there and try to block the knife, there is a high chance that you will get hurt.
But in this situation, something happens and because of that, you find it difficult to move. The attacker grabs your shirt from behind and stabs you.
When the attacker suddenly stabs you like this, you might not have time to move. Since the attacker grabs your shirt, you have to stop the knife with hands from there.
As soon as you stop the attacker's hand, you have to make your move quickly so that the attacker does not get a chance to attack you again. You can move the knife away and then disarm the knife.
In a normal situation, you always try to move away. In case you have no option, you have to defend yourself from there.
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