Synopses & Reviews
In this sequel to his Championship Streetfighting, veteran boxer Ned Beaumont applies the more advanced principles, techniques and training methods of the "sweet science" of boxing to surviving the no-holds-barred viciousness of a bloody barroom brawl or other violent encounter. Beaumont takes an in-depth look at the "secret" punches of champs and why they worked like magic in the ring. In addition, he examines the various elements of power punching for knockouts; the nuances of counterpunching; advanced defensive skills; and ways to use boxing against weapons, in a gang attack or in enclosed spaces.
In this sequel to Championship Streetfighting, veteran boxer Ned Beaumont shows why boxing is the baddest martial art around for streetfighting. Here he moves beyond the basics and applies more advanced principles, techniques and training methods of the "sweet science."