I have been doing security at nightclubs and pubs for the last 3 years so I have some self defense tips. I want to share some advice and some measures on how to properly handle and use self-defense in any water hole when a fight falls out.
Self-defense moves bar fight # 1. – If you’re going out drinking, be sure to bring a friend or even a few with you. The more people you have the better because you have 3 or more people fighting in many bar fights. Even if it’s one at first. Having a backup is always a good thing.
Nightclub # 2 self-defense tips. – Be friendly, polite and respectful to the bar staff and especially the bouncers. I would suggest you have a little talk with the bounces and introduce yourself in a friendly conversation. Being friendly to the bounces will give you an advantage over other patrons. Follow these tips below.
Self-defense moves bar fight # 3. – If you are threatened with drunkenness, express your bounce. Secondly avoid fighting a bar at all costs in the club altogether. If you end up brawling in the bar, the bounces won’t be nice for you. They get offense from people fighting on their territory.
Nightclub Self Defense Tips # 4. – If you end up in combat unload all known methods of combat. The security of the club will break down the fight in 20 seconds depending on the bounces.
Self-defense moves bar fight # 5. – If you get drunk with a broken bottle or knife use bar seats or stools to keep the distance from you and the attacker until help arrives. Let the men of the door know what is going on immediately. Be friendly, polite and do not be hostile after the fight breaks up.
Nightclub self defense tips # 6. – If you are being kicked out of the club, ask the bouncer kicking you out to then let out a different door to an attacker. (You’d better find a way out on the back of the back.) I hope you enjoyed these free tips.
Nightclubs and bars can be dangerous places especially because of alcohol, drugs and testosterone. Remember women, always watch your drinks and never accept an open drink from a stranger.