self defense


Self Defense

How to Fight Tough
By Lieutenant. Jack Dempsey
United States Coast Guard

You probably know that Jack Dempsey was the world Heavyweight Champion from the years 1919 to 1926. He was known as the "Manassa Mauler" for his toughness and power. He had 78 boxing bouts with 50 knockouts, including 25 in the first round!

What you may not know is that Heavyweight Champion Jack Dempsey was also skilled in martial arts type, hand to hand comabat. Down and dirty techniques designed to take out an enemy quickly without the aid of a weapon.

Lieutenant Jack Dempsey was the director of physical fitness for the United States Coast Guard at the beginning of World War II. His orders were to "make 'em tough".

He included boxing, wrestling, jiu jitsu and a lot of no-holds-barred, 'dirty' fighting techniques. Knock 'em down, drag 'em out type of fighting where there are no rules, and where butting, stomping, biting, bashing and gouging are the menu.

This rare book includes eighteen fully illustrated lessons that include:

  • Collar grabs

  • Chokes

  • Head locks

  • Gun disarms

  • Strangles

  • Defenses from punches and kicks

  • Take downs

  • Defenses against knife attacks

  • Wristlock defenses

  • Throws

  • Much, much, more!

Over 120 pages in all, this rare book is available on CD Rom, in PDF format.

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