"The serious bad guys don't fight. They take you out. They stack everything in their favor: surprise, position, number and weapons (depending on the goal) and finish it. The last thing they want is a fight. Serious bad guys don't fight, they take you out."
"And so do successful good guys."
- Rory Miller from his post, Worth It?
As Miller writes, and explains, there is a vast difference between sparring, and fighting, and defending yourself. They are related, but not the same. The intensity of an attack is far less than the controlled range and unspoken agreements to get out of this not only alive, but unhurt.
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