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In the Streets Mixed Martial Arts in my opinion is your number one option for self defense. However, some people don't have the time to dedicated themselves to multiple arts and desire to focus on one art at a time. In this case I highly recommend you start of with Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. Jiu-Jitsu is in my opinion the best way to defend yourself in the street if you can only choose one martial art. In short I recommend you start with BJJ as the core of you selfdefense program and then from there select another "functional" art as described in this video.
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