Martial arts and dating
Connor Jackson, who has been doing martial arts for four years, was at a skate park in Walsall with his younger brother when he was confronted by the furious man, who is thought to be in his mid-twenties.
In shocking footage of the altercation the parent tries to punch the youngster in the face - but he immediately springs into a defensive position that he learned from Brazilian jiu-jitsu.
Knock him out, f*** him up.' Connor, pictured right, with his dad Nathan Jackson.
The 45-year-old said: ‘I’ve always said to Connor, if ever you’re on the streets and something happens you’ll have to be careful in what you’re doing because you can hurt somebody - you need to keep control of things'But with his young child refusing to attack, the dad then changes the focus of his foul-mouthed tirade.
Martial Arts Training: Featherweight boxing champion ( 8-10 yrs.) Washington D. Master Don Batanga 1978 Greens Karate Center in Philadelphia, Pa., Black Belt.
7) While in the United States Army training centers in Ft. Knox, Kentucky, Mr Goodman taught self defense and deadly force attack scenarios in the various Army Ranger Training Programs for new recruits. Goodman was awarded The Distinguished Flying Cross, two Air Medals for aerial combat missions, The Army Accommodation Medal with "V" Device for Valor and two Purple Hearts. He is a current member of the Military Order of the Purple Heart, the Disabled American Veterans (DAV) Association and the American Legion. Jhoon Rhee School of Karate 1962 Gold Belt Karate Center in Laurel, Maryland Green Belt.
Master David Green 1980 2nd Degree Black Belt earned in 2002.
His dad Nathan, who lives in Tamworth with his girlfriend Sharron Kerr, 47, continued: ‘His little brother is in the wrong and he deserved to be told off but I’d never have spoken to him the way that they did, swearing at him and threatening to bang him and knock him out and he’s on about getting his son to beat him up.‘I’ve always said to Connor, if ever you’re on the streets and something happens you’ll have to be careful in what you’re doing because you can hurt somebody - you need to keep control of things.‘I’ve trained with him and I know that if he decided to let all that go he could be quite lethal and he could seriously hurt somebody.
‘Anybody that’s done martial arts, especially Win Chung, will recognise the stance and where he puts his hands in a controlled manner.‘The first stance when the guy comes up that Connor goes into is from Win Chung - it’s 70 per cent on the back foot and 30 percent on the front.‘Connor’s automatically gone into that without thinking about it - he’s gone into defence and then when the guy’s come at him, he’s put his hands up which is Thai boxing.‘He’s landed one cross on one guy and one cross on the other but he’s stopped there.
The mum then screams: 'You are f****** lucky that I ain't battering you you little p****.
The dad shouts: 'Just f*** him up, just knock him the f*** out, you gonna let a little kid take the p*** out of you?
The only reason why martial arts are associated with Asia is that Asian countries tended to preserve their fighting forms more than the Western countries where the martial arts were not passed on from generation to generation as successfully. (the time of the Greek city-states) wrestling, boxing and other combat sports were already a part of the Olympiads.