It can, but it's going to be less common that a crowd gathers and cheers on two people when one of them is trying to avoid the fight and get away....
It is running away. And it's something that can be done in a self-defense situation. I'm not sure there's a way to divide it wholly from...
Thanks. I thought that might be the case, but wanted to get clarity.
Okay, you're nitpicking words, rather than following the discussion. I was hoping for some actual information.
How does it become self-defense in that situation? I mean, without someone escalating by bringing a weapon, etc.
If we use a definition of "defending yourself from harm against a physical attack", running counts. It's right on the margin even for that...
The term "jiu-jitsu" (and the variants) is pretty vague. It's not really a single art, but a classification of arts.
There's a fair amount of people deciding to "take it outside". Those clips included significant audiences that were cheering the combatants along.
Not really. It's pretty descriptive. Just because you don't like some things some people say when talking about it, that doesn't invalidate the...
So, if two people decide to step outside and fight, which is it?
It's no wonder you get lost out there. So many maps lie about where you are, how do you know what to trust?
Legally, there is a distinction in many jurisdictions. If you agree to the conflict, there has to be pretty serious escalation for a self-defense...
"Problem Exists Between Chair And Keyboard" - in other words, human error.
Oh, I found that pretty quickly. Fortunately, I'm not very attentive to details, and often just didn't notice it as I was browsing threads.
None of that has much relevance to the idea of running. Availability and legality of armor and weapons is another area of discussion, entirely.
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