Street Wise Knife Fighting

Dana Abbott column
In the world of knife fighting, there is an unspoken rule: go in, cut, and get out unscathed. It’s that simple, but we often run into knife techniques that show excessive movements, grandiose flourishes, and pomp. This doesn’t imply that these techniques are weak; it merely suggests that many employ techniques that are more or less theatrical and impractical. Knife fighting is callous and uncaring. Unfortunately, there are dangerous individuals on the street who would not give a second thought to kill you with a knife. Their mission is to attack you, receive payment (money, sex, valuables), and get out of there as quickly as possible. In this type of scenario, these knife-wielding

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Shihan Danna Abbott
is a 7th degree black belt in Kenjutsu, starting his 14-year education in Tokyo. He has published five books and designed a US Patent. Abbott has also conducted seminars in over 30 countries and obtained his black belt at the Hombu dojo in Yokohama. He currently offers online classes on, his unique swordsmanship academy.