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What is the difference between real fights and combative sports?


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What is the difference between real fights and combative sports?

Street fight vs sport competitions

No matter what kind of training the contenders have done, street fights don't look like:

Forms, sequences (etc.)

Martial arts movies choreographies

Ring combat (boxing, MMA competitions, etc.)


They do not have rules:

Time limits

Recovery times

Prohibited techniques


They do not provide any kind of protections:




Safe environment


They do not allow us to choose when to fight:

Not after 6-12 months of psychophysical preparation (read [restrict]Self-defense: mental preparation[/restrict])

By surprise (eg. during the night, read How to always be ready to fight)

Without stretching / warm-up (read How to correctly perform stretching and How to correctly perform warm-up)


They do not allow us to choose the opponents, they can be:

Against a person without any kind of honor / respect in relation to us (read Dojo (guan): rules, respect and etiquette)

Against an opponent bigger and stronger than us (read How to deal with a taller opponent: 12 functional tips)

Against multiple opponents (read How to fight with more than one opponent at the same time)

Against a person that we cannot choose or refuse


In a real fight:

We always have to cover all our weak parts (genitals, eyes, etc., read [restrict]The guard stance[/restrict])

We cannot stop the struggle (read Personal defense: the S.A.F.E. method)

The risk to die or suffer big damages is 10 times higher (read Best martial arts for self-defense)

We cannot use techniques that leave uncovered our weak parts

We (or our opponents) could be dressed in a favorable (eg. boots with a hard tip) or unfavorable way (eg. clumsy clothes)

Sometimes, simply, we have no chances to prevail and the only solution is to negotiate or escape (read [restrict]Self-defense: how to escape and Self-defense: negotiation[/restrict])


In-depth articles

Why martial arts do not work: 5 reasons - Why martial arts are not good for self-defense

The fighter and the warrior - The crucial difference between a fighter and a warrior


Reply in the comments and share your experience:

What is the biggest difference between street and sports combats?

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