What separates a good one-step from a bad one-step?

Kung Fu Wang

Sr. Grandmaster
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Sep 26, 2012
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Austin, Tx/Shell Beach, Ca
One should aim to control the fight from the beginning,
Agree with you 100% on this. In a fight, if you drag your opponent's arm and run toward his back. You can force him to either resist against you or yield into you. No matter your opponent is a boxer, MT guy, Karate guy, BJJ guy, or ..., he may not be used to this fighting strategy. That can be your advantage.

You may be responding to a feint.
I like to use feint. That's why I don't like to deal with feint. I don't like to fall into my opponent's trap.
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