How To BREAK An ATTACK Self Defense


Mark Tucker of Combat 360 showcases TRAPPING self defense skills to DOMINATE. Easy Skill Without Complicated Drill.

Mark Tucker heads Combat 360. His background is as a former Royal Marine Commando who went on to become a professional Close Protection Operative working around the world including Iraq and Afghanistan. During his time in the security industry he also worked in Maritime Security, Formula One, World Super Bikes and high profile events around London.

On September 11th, 2001, he was working for the US Pentagon on the Military Sea Lift Command in the Mediterranean, when his ship was rerouted though the Suez Canal to the secure Military base on Diego Garcia in the Indian Ocean. It was during his time on Diego that Mark was re-tasked with teaching Combatives to US Marine Fast Teams and Navy Seals.

In 2008, he was invited to New Zealand to teach NZ Special Forces and Police.

Since this mark has gone on to teach Combatives to members of the Royal Marines, Devon & Cornwall Police, SO19 and Security Operatives. teaches the skills and methods used by military organisations around the world in self defence training where the emphasis lies in self-preservation rather than self-perfection. In a life threatening situation the skills you learn with Combatives 360 give you a fighting chance. They run courses ranging from introduction to self defence, self defence, edged weapons, ground fighting, Impact Weapons and CQB.

Combatives is sometimes called Close Quarters Combat or Self Defence. World War II-era combatives were largely developed by Britain’s William E. Fairbairn and Eric A. Sykes. Renowned for their eponymous Fairbairn-Sykes Fighting Knife, Fairbairn and Sykes worked in the British Armed Forces and helped teach the Shanghai Municipal Police (SMP) quick, effective, and simple techniques for fighting with or without weapons in melee situations. Similar training was provided to British Commandos, Fairbairn at one point called this system Defendu and published on it Fairbairn often referred to the technique as “gutter fighting,

“You don’t rise to the level of your expectations you fall to the level of your training”

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