Mar 6th 2008 By Asylum Staff
6. Fighting Many People
In "Iceman," you explain that when several guys are trying to fight you, it's best to keep your back up against the wall.
It helps to limit where they're coming from, because you can't watch in all directions.
It's hard to fight a guy lying on your back. It makes it kind of tough. So if you can, you cut off the angles from where they're coming at you.
If you can get in a hallway, do it. If I'm in a hallway with no one behind me -- just me and my friends -- they have to come down the hallway.
If you have 20 people, you're still only fighting two at a time.