Fighting A Larger Attacker Got VERY REAL For This Brave Woman!

Pizza Shop Woman Fights Off Attacker (Brittany Brophy)
Jeff Anderson
Jeff Anderson, Editor

I have never seen TERROR on a person’s face as clearly as you can see it in these pictures.

Wherever you are, whatever you are doing as you read this, I want you to imagine something:

There’s a guy behind you, and he wants to HURT you.

I’m serious: the second you turn your head to look, there will be a guy RIGHT THERE.

You might be thinking, “Don’t be silly, Jeff. That isn’t going to happen.”

Well, amigo, that’s EXACTLY what happened to young Brittany Brophy while she was working in the office of a small-town pizza shop.

And the look on her face is why this story is so important to every one of us – because Brittany could be your wife, your mother, your daughter… or even a stand-in for you, depending on the situation.

Brave Woman Fights Back Against Robber (Until He Gets Bored!)

Pizza Shop Woman Fights Off Attacker (Brittany Brophy)
Pizza Shop Woman Fights Off Attacker (Brittany Brophy)

It happened in a local pizza place in White Center, Washington.

Brittany Brophy was sitting there working, when a thug in a winter hat simply enters and grabs at the money she’s counting.

There was some kind of security nanny-cam monitoring the office to keep employees honest, too – so we can see the entire horrible robbery clear as day:

When he grabs her, Brittany is scared out of her wits – and jumps up on the counter, kicking at him with her feet with as much power as she has!

Recovering and realizing what’s really happening, she jumps to her feet, now standing on the counter.

Then she starts wrestling with the scumbag while he tries to escape with the money!

The fight gets nasty, then, but finally, Brittany struggles with him until he throws her to the ground.

And then, like he’s gotten bored, he just leaves.

I know: Kind of “anti-climactic,” huh?

The robber didn’t even hurry – he just let himself out and was gone.

Another way to look at it is that Brittany got incredibly lucky.

“I’ve been through a little bit in my life,” she told the cops. “Having me be 5 foot 3 and the only person around to take care of myself… But all in all, I just knew I was gonna be okay, that I just needed to get out of there.”

Except… that’s not what she did.

She didn’t “get out of there.”

She fought with the bad guy until he decided to leave, and the only reason she didn’t get hurt is because he didn’t try harder to injure her.

Now, I give Brittany a lot of credit: she recovered from the initial terror of suddenly finding a stranger attacking her, and she fought back like a wildcat.

But it’s obvious just from looking at her with her feet in the air that she was outmatched.

The thug was bigger and stronger, towering over her, and if he had decided to choke her or even stab her instead of just throwing her to the ground and leaving, well…

…Things might not have “just been okay.”

What Brittany needed to know was how to fight off and PUT DOWN a bigger attacker – and the good news is, there ARE ways she (or you, if you were facing a larger thug) could do just that!

Now, I have to ask…

If you were attacked, from out of nowhere – and by a bigger and stronger person, the way Brittany was – would YOU know what to do?

Did you know that there’s a single move that will work for a much smaller person against a larger attacker, allowing you to practically take their head off?

I know… because I’ve used it myself, and it worked for me every single time.

If you’d like to learn more, check out this video – but be warned: it’s a lot more graphic than Brittany’s attack.

It’s important that you watch it, though, because…

…YOUR attacker might not just lose interest and walk away, which means you’ll have to FIGHT to keep him from hurting you!

In other words, you need a PLAN for when your luck runs out.

And I can give you that plan, along with the tips and tactics to do it if some scumbag ever targets you.

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1 Punch Knockout: This Move Stops You From Being BEATEN In The Street

1 Punch Knockout Counter For Preventing A Street Beating

A 21-year-old man in Wisconsin – we’ll call him Tim – was minding his own business the other day, just walking down the street.

That’s when two thugs roared up in their SUV and jumped out, staring straight at him.

What did they want?

Well, Tim had a backpack – and these two scumbags wanted it.

The beating that came next was pretty horrible.

But it could have been prevented, if only Tim had known…

This 1 Fight Move Can Prevent You From Being BEATEN In The Street!

1 Punch Knockout Counter For Preventing A Street Beating
1 Punch Knockout Counter For Preventing A Street Beating

It happened just recently in Madison, Wisconsin.

“Tim” was just walking down the street with his backpack on when the driver of the SUV burned rubber, pulled up beside Tim, and slammed on the brakes!

That’s when Tim knew something was very, very wrong.

The two scumbags who climbed out of the truck IMMEDIATELY attacked him!

They beat Tim into the pavement, savagely punching and kicking him.

Then they tore his backpack from his back, jumped into their SUV, and tore out of there – running red lights and swerving wildly across both lanes as they did it.

Surveillance footage eventually led cops to Jaquan A. Wright and Teshae K. Hanna, pictured here in their mugshots:

Jaquan Wright And Teshae Hanna
Jaquan Wright And Teshae Hanna

As of this writing, they were in the Dane County Jail on battery and armed robbery charges.

And Tim?

Well, he crawled off to nurse his injuries, afraid to come forward to the cops.

(They eventually found him using the same surveillance footage, but he’s okay.)

The thing is, even though 2-on-1 odds are pretty rough, the two thugs DIDN’T shoot or stab Tim.

They simply beat him.

And if Tim had known to use one almost never-fail move from military combatives, he might have been able to surprise them, take the initiative, and get away before he got beaten and robbed.

If you were in the same situation – facing these same two thugs – would YOU know what to do?

Well, it’s actually really easy, and goes all the way back to World War II.

W.E. Fairbairn, one of the LEGENDS of World War II combatives,  called it the “chin jab” – but it really isn’t a jab at all.

It’s really a “palm heel strike” that goes up under the chin (and if you want, you can rake your fingers back down the guy’s face – but that’s not how I use it. More on that below…).

The move works because it comes up from UNDER the eye line, so your attacker won’t see it coming like they would a regular “punch”.

But then it jolts the skull back, putting the bad guy off balance and letting you follow up as needed.

(Where the head goes, the body goes, you know?)

It even has the power to (scientifically) knock a guy out with just this one single blow.

And while this one move works pretty well “one-handed” for a strong guy, like the soldiers he designed it for, Fairbairn knew that it would be a lot harder for a smaller and physically weaker than her attacker – to use.

For smaller people, Fairbairn taught a modified chin jab that is done with BOTH hands.

It’s a beautiful move – especially because it was the favorite of one of the world’s foremost authorities on vicious, efficient, life-or-death combat.

That’s why I use it, too – because if it’s good for a smaller person, it’s even better for me!

In a fight, I’m looking to win (FAST!) against ANY attacker – no matter how much bigger and stronger he is.

So for me, I don’t limit myself to using just one hand to (hopefully) make contact and get my attacker back on his heels… when I can use TWO hands to absolutely take his head off!

That’s why Fairbairn taught it for smaller people to take on larger people – and even included versions for women to use pressure points under the chin to get some dirty old bastard to keep his groping hands to himself! hahahaha!

It’s also why, to this day, this one move has NEVER failed me whenever I’ve used it in a fight – even against guys who towered over me!

In fact, in my “Defeat Larger Attackers” DVD, I even show how to use this technique when you’re getting absolutely destroyed by your attacker (actually even multiple attackers) and turn the odds back in your favor.

(If you don’t have a copy of my “Defeat Larger Attackers” DVD, I consider it an absolute must-have… so much so that I send it out for free to anyone who’s serious about protecting themselves “unarmed” against a bigger, stronger attacker. You just have to tell me where to send the free DVD and my team will get it out to you right away.)

Look… just because some guy is bigger and stronger than you doesn’t mean you can’t beat him!

Fairbairn knew that well… and developed some of the most brutal techniques in the world for life-or-death combat.

All it takes are a few of these moves in your hand-to-hand arsenal and you’ll be amazed at how much confidence it gives you, knowing that you can physically “own” any man stupid enough to get in your face – and take out multiple opponents quickly and brutally!

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Real Street Fights: 3 Things To Remember When Fighting A Larger Attacker!

Jeff Anderson

When it comes to mixed martial arts and other combat sports, there are weight classes.

This is what separates sports from reality.

In real life, when you’re facing somebody, you won’t have the luxury of dividing up into weight classes so you have a “fighting chance”!

You may be facing someone who is bigger or stronger.

In fact, you PROBABLY will, because “bad guys” pick victims they think they can beat.

Facing someone who is bigger and stronger than you is one of the biggest fears most people have.

For that reason, I talked to my friend Mike Gillette to get his advice.

Here’s a summary of the three tips he gave me for facing a larger attacker.

3 Things To Remember When Fighting A Larger Attacker!

Fighting Larger Attackers: 3 Things To Remember
Mike Gillette

You know that when you match against someone, size is a factor.

Another factor, though, is how much knowledge you have.

You can’t be bigger than every person you meet.

You can’t always be stronger no matter how strong you get.

So you’ve got to fight smarter.

This is where training and preparation come in.

It also brings us to our first tip for facing someone who’s larger and stronger.

#1: You Won’t Be Fighting A Professional

In the cage, on the mat, or in the ring, it’s very rare that a fighter does something the other fighter has never seen before.

You’d have to go all the way back to the early days of the UFC, when it was just a free-for-all, to see a competition where fighters were doing things their opponents had never seen.

Those days are long gone.

Everybody knows everything if they’re a competitive fighter.

Gaps in knowledge still exist, however, out in the real world, in street fighting.

The more you know, the better off you will be if you get attacked by someone larger than you.

He won’t be a professional fighter, chances are, so if you know things he doesn’t, you’ll be able to take him by surprise and use his ignorance against him.

#2: He’s Going To Pick You Because He Thinks He Can Win

It’s rare that a much smaller guy attacks a much larger guy.

Criminals will target someone smaller because they think that they can win easily.

This means you’ve got to keep in mind, in every altercation, that you’re going to be at a disadvantage right from the start.

You’re not going to be able to just rely on size and strength to win because the attacker will already have chosen someone smaller.

You’ve got to communicate clearly and immediately with the opponent in that situation, which means inflicting pain.

But pain alone won’t be enough if he’s bigger and stronger.

That, in turn brings us to…

#3: Take His Balance And You Own Him

If you can introduce instability, you can inflict pain in a way that you can’t by trying to overwhelm somebody when they’re larger.

When we take away someone’s balance, even for a brief moment, it creates a sense of panic.

The biggest priority to anyone who is off balance is suddenly to regain that balance.

Nobody tries to fight when they’re falling.

The first thing they try to do is regain their footing, get their head over their hips, and figure themselves out.

It can all happen very quickly, but if you can take the attacker’s balance, you get a brief window of opportunity during which they’re focused on something that isn’t you.

This can give you the chance to take a devastating shot and take them down.

Are YOU Prepared To Take Down A Larger Opponent? How Would You Go About It?

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