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The stance isn't a real predictor of attack. Street fights are more about psychological advantage than skill. Showmanship can also work in some cases. I have stopped attackers quickly because one, they did not expect me to fight, and second, because I stood in a particular karate stance. My experience also shows hitting first gives you a psychological ...


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Upright sideways stance outside of punching range, they might be going to attempt some kicks they learned in Taekwondo class. In a "front stance" or "walking stance", hands in front of them, they're more likely to punch. In your face, chest-to-chest, then they look around a bit, they might be preparing to come back around with a surprise ...


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