when i’ve been in fights, i only dropped an opponent twice.
once was after a hit to the eye, and once in the chin
im not sure which is the one that will knock them out for good.
it could be the eyes, nose, or chin/jaw…
which is it?
temple, side of the jaw, straight to the chin. there is a nerve behind the jaw that when hit causes a person to go unconscious. the temple is a fragile part of the skull this causes the brain to bounce against the skull knocking the individual out. knocking some one out can kill them if they arnt seen to by a medical Professional remember that next time u think knocking some one out on the street is a good idea.
The “button” is in more than one location. Just behind the ear and on the temple will shock the brain and often ko an opponent. The chin can snap your neck, which causes a temporary shut-off due to trauma of the nerves and sometimes brain. Those are the usual triggers. However, enough blunt force to anywhere on the face and most of the head can bring on a loss of consciousness. The only places not usually susceptible to a ko by fist are the center (upper nose, forehead) and crown of the head.
Knock Out Spots
The number 1 knock out spot is the temple man. on the outsides of your eye brow line. I guess because It’s at a nerve that leads directly to your brain.
hey! first of all be specific, which kinds of martial arts of it? different martial arts have different rules, whether its karate or muay thai , kick boxing etc. ive done more than 2 years of martial arts and compete to different kinds of tournament www.ninomelo.co.nr and http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-gjgGu_LjC8 some of the tournament which is non contact your not allowed to punch or kick in the face, only in the side and top of your forhead. when you will throw a kick, ex. a roundhouse i’ll say hit them beside the neck. once you hit them there im sure they could be knock out. if you want a better one master the “spinning hook kick” its really effective if you know how to use it . you can use it on the side of the face or neck and they would be knock out. best luck, nino! [email protected]
the jaw (if you’re specifically talking about the front of the face). that will usually rattle your cerebellum (which is the part of the brain that controls balance and motor coordination). When that gets jarred from a forceful impact (such as a punch), then your body goes limp.
The chin or jaw
Its the chin, jaw line and temple that works for me.
It may not be a huge knockout point, but if you poke some one in the eye with any decent amount of force the will feel huge amounts of pain.
the jaw line and chin