Learn Self-Defense► https://www.codereddefense.com/newsletter/ In this self defense video, we demonstrate how to deal with an invitation to fight. When an individual is coming at you in an aggressive manner, it’s important to ready for anything. It’s best to prepare in advance to learn how to cope with such aggression coming towards you. Watch the clip attentively and take a deep dive towards the following self defense resources: Verbal Defense:► https://www.codereddefense.com/verbal-defense/ Fighting Stances:► https://www.codereddefense.com/fighting-stances/ Read more on this topic:https://www.codereddefense.com/how-to-deal-with-an-invitation-to-fight/ Stay safe, Nick Drossos and Patrick VianaCode Red Defense► https://www.codereddefense.com
January 2, 2020
How to Deal with an Invitation to Fight
Always be ready for self-defense
Invitations to fight are very common in road rage incidents as well in public transportation
such as subways, bus rides, trains and other crowded places. This is why, we’ll show you
how to deal with an invitation to fight.
Invitation to fights are also very common outside of bars and clubs. People have been
drinking, smoking and often all it takes is one wrong look and the next to you know there’s
someone asking you to fight him.
Obviously, you want to avoid fighting the person as much as possible. That being said, if the
person is asking you to fight, it doesn’t necessarily mean that they want to actually fight you.
Often, they just say it to show off to their friends or people around how tough they can be.
However, that’s not always the case. Be very careful about that.
How to Deal with an “Invitation to Fight”
Watch Video At: https://youtu.be/zrXJsKu3nwc
Assess the situation quickly
It’s important to be able to make the difference between the person who says he wants to
fight but doesn’t actually want to, and the person who says he want to fight and is actually
ready to fight you right then and there.
So, how do you make the difference between these two types of people? Don’t worry, we’ve
got the deeds to help you make the difference easily.
Knowing about distance is crucial in an altercation
In general, if the person says he wants to fight but is actually keeping a safe distance from
you, then he doesn’t really want to fight you.
If he really wanted to fight you, he would have either already hit you or been up in your space
to provoke you. As soon as the person comes up in your personal space and starts going in
your face, then he’s not messing around. Therefore, you need to be quick to assess the
If they’re keeping a distance and just telling you off, that’s fine, keep them talking and agree
with whatever they say because you know that they’re