Paul Vunak – Anatomy of a Street Fight
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A review, but make your own decision: Vunak, Paul
The word is connected with self-defense on the street.
When it comes to teaching street self-defense, Mr.Vunak is almost a one-man institution.
He’s been around for a long and is the E. F. Hutton of street combat.
People tend to pay attention when Vunak talks.
I’ve watched previous videos by Mr. Vunak, and this isn’t his greatest work, in my view.
That is not to imply that the information offered in this film is irrelevant; Mr.Vunak, particularly at the end of the tape, makes many valid arguments and depicts several ” plausible ” scenarios.
However, the programming did not make sense to me, and the information jumped from one issue to another.
The first part of this video has six (6) 5-minute combat scenes in which we watch people simply fighting one other.
It looks to be a free-for-all, or perhaps a tournament or competition of some kind.
This is because there is no narrative or explanation provided as to why specific methods, concepts, or other things are done or employed throughout these episodes.
We first witness some people battling with double sticks for long minutes, followed by single stick fighting for numerous minutes.
Following that, there is a 9-minute free-for-all grappling session with no commentary or explanation.
Then there are multiple knife battle scenarios that go place without any narrative or explanation.
Following that, the spectator is given a couple combination sequences that incorporate some of the preceding.
Over half of the tape was spent watching various people do these combat routines without any explanation of technique or philosophy.
There is a brief discussion after each scene, but in my opinion, the little discussion does not adequately explain what you just saw.
The only sounds heard throughout these moments are moans, groans, and the sound of a rudimentary drum in the background.
After a time, I began to question what the point of it all was.
The tape shone in the second half, in my opinion.
Mr.Vunak refers to this as “Close Quarter Combat.”
It has various fascinating barroom settings.
The spectator is shown the “wrong” approach to address an issue in each scenario, followed by a proposed “correct” solution.
This was more of what I was hoping for in a “Streetfighting” video, and it piqued my curiosity.
This section of the tape was my favorite.
This is not a horrible video clip, and I don’t want to imply it is.
This tape’s production quality was excellent, and it had a first-rate “look and feel,” as do previous Vunak recordings I’ve seen.
It’s simply that I have high expectations for a Paul Vunak recording, and this one disappointed me for the reasons stated above.
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