|Wrapping the Gift. (ABC).|
|Attacking Demon. (AB).|
(A.) (High right Roundhouse). Hop forward to your left side (slightly off the line of attack) to a neutral bow stance; twist your upper body, and block his kick with both of your arms in the vertical forearm position (close to your elbows); wrap your left arm around his kicking leg and straighten up (if it was a bit low); step forward a bit with your left foot, then, step forward with your right leg behind his left foot (to trip him), right palm heel strike/push his head or chest (driving his upper body back, to the ground), with your left arm still holding his right calf, use your right hand to keep his left leg from interfering with our movement, step forward with your right leg between his legs and put it right beside his head (or step on his head – the choice is yours!) continue stepping forward with your left leg to cause him to flip over his head onto his stomach, slide your right leg forward and sit on his lower back while pulling his right knee up with your right hand, squeeze your knees together; grip the ball of his right foot with both of your hands and violently twist it counterclockwise to your left.
(B.) (High left Roundhouse). Hop forward to your left side off the line of attack to a fighting stance, block his kick with your right arm high outside block, your left hand in a guard position by your right elbow; wrap your right arm over and around his kicking leg, your left hand on the leg; step forward with your right foot, then, sweep his right support leg with your left leg (if you cannot sweep, then trip him), left palm heel push his chest (driving his head backwards into the ground), your right arm still holding on to his left leg), shuffle back a bit with your left foot to a fighting stance, and allow his left leg to slide (as he falls) so you can hook his left ankle/lower calf with your right forearm; catch the top of your right hand with your left hand; keeping his left foot pinned to your right side, pull up and twist your right forearm against his left Achilles tendon (causing him to lift his hips and lower back off the ground); step a bit forward 45° to the left with your left foot; then step over his left leg with your right leg (causing him to turn on to his chest), plant by his left side in a Naihanchi stance; then: pull back and up on his left leg, lower your Naihanchi to a squat (putting him in a ‘Half Boston Crab’); sit (and rock back) on his back to disable him.
(C.) Spinning kick. Step forward with your left foot and Naihanchi kick (with your right foot) his left supporting leg knee joint (breaking it or causing him to collapse), simultaneously strike with both of your knife hands to the back of his shoulder joints (to stop his spin and prevent his arms from striking you); bump or right knee strike his hips (to break his balance); then step back with your right foot, then your left foot and kneel on your left knee; pull him down onto your right knee to break his spine; push him forward off your knee to a sitting position with your shin against his back; maintaining your left hand on his forehead, pulling his head back, circle your right arm 360° to a dropping elbow strike to his face, continue the motion and right tiger claw his face as you circle once more and right ulna strike his right clavicle to break; stand up with both of your feet together allowing his upper body to fall (or you can push it) to the floor. From here you can stomp on his head with your right foot.
(A.) Place your hands in the self-defense posture 45° forward, shoulder high, and open, the arms bent 90°, the elbows one hand’s distance from the ribs, use this to determine your trigger distancing and to keep him from further encroaching your space; when you determine that he has the intent to do you harm, step towards him stepping on his left instep and ‘box’ his left ear (or dropping hook punch his lower left jaw [chin]) with you right hand while circling your left hand downward, pivot towards him and uppercut his solar plexus (or uppercut tiger claw his chin and eyes with your left hand); immediately grab his right side with your left hand, adjust your right foot forward a bit and pivot towards him as you strike his skull/neck connection with your cupped palm strike [box] (or right elbow strike his left Maxilla/Mandible areas); and pull downward and towards yourself, while pushing upwards and towards your left to twist him and cause him to fall to the ground. You will notice that there are two distinctly different striking patterns here. One is designed to keep you out of jail as much as possible and the other not so much. Speed is of the essence here so people cannot see (or get their cameras up in time to film) what you have done.
(B.) Place your hands in the self-defense posture 45° forward, shoulder high, and open, the arms bent 90°, the elbows one hand’s distance from the ribs, use this to determine your trigger distancing and to keep him from further encroaching your space; when you determine that he has the intent to do you harm, Naihanchi kick his left inside knee with your right leg, plant-forward and double Gouging Thumb strikes to his eyes, maintaining your grip on his head, pull his head down to your belly button height, slide your right hand down, and grab his chin while maintaining your left hand on top of his head. While pulling him forward by his head. step back right foot, left foot, then pivot to a Naihanchi stance and violently twist his head counterclockwise to break his neck.