Congratulations on making it to the final stage of mastering how to grapple for the streets.

Now that you are enrolled in Part I of our “Antigrappling”™ series (on how to avoid a takedown — because prevention is the BEST medicine, right?) and Part II (on how to survive a fight on your back) … it’s time to finish your street-grappling training by …


Learning How to Get Back to Your Feet

Knowing how to stand up safely in a violent brawl might be the most important ground-fighting skill to posses. Why?

  • You might hate to grapple: We hear you. Grappling is not everyone’s cup of tea. So, let’s get to our feet to fight!

  • If you’re not skilled in street wrestling. The longer you hang out on the ground, the worse it is for you.

  • Fighting on your back or your hands and knees can be downright DANGEROUS: You could be cut by broken glass, shredded by gravel, or jabbed with nasty needles.

  • Grappling limits your mobility: forget about fleeing the scene if you are stuck on the ground.

  • Multiple opponents are a real thing: Yep, the old boot to the head when you are down in the dirt can ruin your day really FAST.

  • Weapons magnify your risk: Your attacker just pulled out a knife and you cannot get up when you need to, you are in some real danger.

This exciting, new course will reveal the latest in realistic street survival. 

You will NOT learn this material in any wrestling, Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, MMA, or Krav Maga school. Why? 

Because this is the cutting edge in combatives that is released exclusively by the professionals at Tiga Tactics. 

Here’s Just a SMALL Sample of What You Will Learn in “Antigrappling III: Stand and Fight”™

  • How NOT to get your teeth kicked in as you are getting back to your feet. Many martial arts systems teach the WRONG way to get up (and forget those fancy kip ups from Kung Fu Theater) that will result in a visit to your friendly neighborhood dentist.

  • Do the wrong move and you will just end flat on your back where you started. Performing the wrong stand-up technique (which unfortunately is taught in many martial arts) can result in your attacker EASILY pushing you back down onto the ground — talk about wasting time AND energy.

  • Get back! How to beat back an attacker who’s standing over you and use that movement to get back up NOW.

  • Three is the Key: We break down moves to just three main parts which is easy for anyone to digest. Simply — beginning, middle, and end. The last thing you need when your life is on the line is a complicated technique that is impossible to remember.

  • Drills for Skills: Old-school teaching was technique-based. NEW-school teaching is drilling-based. This program has drills galore for rapid mastery. And, heck yeah, it’s a lot of FUN too!

  • Safety FIRST: As a doctor of chiropractic, I have treated many patients who injured themselves with martial arts training. Don’t be one of them. We show you how to take care of your partner so that you can BOTH train consistently.

If That’s Not Enough, This Innovative Course Also Includes the Following:

  • Watch in real time as I get to my feet while being punched — NO JOKE! This is the same drill you will do safely and effectively once you learn how.

  • Got boxing gloves? Train this stand-up drill that will work your core and prepare you for the streets.

  • Focus mitts are a solid tool to have to learn boxing, no doubt. We hope you have a pair to train your family. If you do, we’ll show you how to utilize this training tool to maximize your grappling skills.

  • Belly down on all fours? It’s worse than being in the dog house! This is one place you do NOT want to be because your attacker has free reign to stomp and punch you. Get to your feet ASAP (so you can fight or flee) with this one simple technique.

  • Getting up from all fours is fraught with landmines if you do it wrong. Many martial arts teach it all wrong — if they teach it at all — resulting in your head getting kicked in and your organs battered. We reveal the mistakes and show you how to correct them.

  • So many videos show you technique after technique as if somehow you will absorb the technique through the magic of video. Don’t be a fool! Any teacher who says otherwise is a fool. We are not here to sugarcoat anything. You gotta drill and train these techniques and we tell you how, in a safe and FUN way.

  • Watch in real time as I pummel my co-founder, Patrick, with kicks and punches as he tries to get up off the ground. Not only is it fun to watch, it is very educational. Now it’s your turn to have fun, get a great workout and develop street survival skills.

This science-based combatives program is for people who DON'T want to grapple on the street during a brawl.

This third chapter of our "Antigrappling"™ series would normally run for $150.

But because you've already enrolled in Part I and Part II, we don't want you walking away without completing your mastery of street-grappling. So ... 

As a one-time offer for alumni, you can get this course for ONLY $37!


For the cost of a dinner for two, you get to complete our "Antigrappling" program and master grappling for the streets.

But, don't delay because we don't know if we'll ever offer Part III for such a low price again.

On top of this, we're giving you a BIG BONUS:

FREE BONUS: Recording of a Shoulder-Lock Workshop (Value: $100).

If you missed this live in-person seminar, you’ll get lifetime access to the recording of our session on shoulder locks.

We not only show you how to apply a keylock (AKA figure-four armlock or ude garami), but also dive deep into how this devastating submission can be applied in other ways — from a ground grappling situation to how it's used in various striking arts like Silat, Kuntao, and more.

And, the best part about the recording of this live session is that you can rewatch it at any time.

This BONUS includes the following:

  • Attack the Anatomy: Thanks to his decades of experience as a chiropractor, Dr. Conrad Bui explains why shoulder locks are so effective as a grappling weapon and how destructive they are to that joint.

  • Build Dynamic Shoulder Health: The old-school way was to do static stretches for long periods of time. The new-school method is dynamic stretches that encourage range of motion through natural movements, which first warm-up the muscles and then elongate them. Learn this dynamic stretch to promote joint health in both shoulders — not just for self-defense but longevity, too!

  • Smorgasbord of Shoulder Locks: Almost every martial art, combat sport, and reality-based self-defense system has shoulder locks. And they multiply in application when you analyze how each style brings its own flavor to this devastating lock.
  • As a master-level instructor (guru tua) of Pentjak Silat Serak, Conrad will not only show you how a shoulder lock is applied in Indonesian martial arts, he also breaks down other fundamental fight concepts that set up the technique — including footwork, deflecting, and elbow strikes.

  • Transition to Painful Takedowns: Get a step-by-step guide on how to flow from the shoulder lock to what Silat is infamous for: devastating takedowns that leave the bad guy with shattered bones and busted skulls.
  • Because Silat is a bladed art, you’ll also see how the figure-four lock can be amplified if you have a knife in your hand.

  • Split-Entry Setup: Joint locks can be applied whether you’ve moved to the outside, the inside, or if you’ve used a split entry (re: one limb is to the outside of your opponent and one is on the inside.) Different setup but same joint-shattering result.

  • If one Indonesian martial art wasn’t enough, Conrad also explains how these similar movements can be performed using Kuntao Silat, a hybrid style that combines the precise combat geometry of Indonesian Silat with the brutal bone breaks and deep stances of Chinese Kuntao (AKA Kung Fu).

Still not enough for you? This free 10-part BONUS also contains the following:

  • Mixing It Up With MMA: Learn the move that UFC champion Jon Jones used to be victorious in the Octagon. If you’re in a standing clinch, surprise your opponent with this variation of the figure-four lock, which looks more like a strike than a joint lock.

  • As a competitive black belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, Conrad dives into how to secure the Americana shoulder lock while on the ground. Along the way, he teaches you other key concepts, such as Side Control, Underhook, and the dreaded “Paintbrush” principle to inflict more pain.

  • Kimura Shoulder Lock: The opposite of an Americana (or figure-four shoulder lock) is the Kimura lock. Conrad breaks down how this painful joint manipulation can be expressed in many different styles and cultures, from Japanese and Brazilian to Chinese and Indonesian.

  • From Omaplata to “Oh My Gawd, My Arm!” The Omaplata is a dynamic method of getting a shoulder lock using your legs. Yes, you read that right, your legs! Find out why this BJJ move both thrills and scares competitors on the mat. 

  • Keep Your Guard Up: We’ll also show you how to use your legs to guard your head when you’re flat on your back, allowing you to not only score the Omaplata but more importantly to protect your head.
  • That same lock can be applied while standing, too. How? Learn how to fight like a Shaolin monk, using thunderous strikes from Kuntao to close the gap to secure that Kimura lock with a different martial flavor.

  • Use All Your Limbs: The Kimura position leaves your opponent vulnerable to knee strikes and takedowns. Kuntao shows you how to do all that with your legs so we can keep the bad guy’s locked up with your arms.

  • Bear Hug Defense: Whether it’s used by a wrestler on the mat, an MMA fighter in the octagon, or a rapist on the street, the bear hug attack from the rear can be a dangerous hold. Conrad shows you how to apply the Kimura lock to not only break out of this position but also potentially break the bad guy’s arm in the process.

You can get all of this today. 

This mean that you will not only be enrolled in the $150 “Antigrappling III: Stand and Fight”™ course with 17 videos, but you’ll also receive this BONUS recording of our shoulder-lock workshop worth $100. 

Ironclad Moneyback Guarantee

Don’t like what you see? We’ll refund every penny. 

NO questions asked. 

That is how confident we are in knowing that you will LOVE the program and find it a valuable addition to your self-defense training.

Your Friend,

Dr. Conrad Bui
Tiga Tactics co-founder


P.S. — Our new “Antigrappling III: Stand and Fight”™  course is for non-grapplers who want the final chapter to street-grappling mastery. For only $37, you receive all 17 videos and 1 free bonus workshop.


P.P.S. — This price is available to ONLY the alumni like you who've enrolled in Part I and II. But it's a one-time offer, so act now so you do not miss out. Click the red button below!


What People Are Saying About Us

Black Belt Magazine

"At Black Belt Magazine, we’ve been keeping an eye on Tiga Tactics for a while now. Why? They keep bringing us the 'state-of-the-art' in self-defense and combatives programs."

Diego Herzog

Professional Bellator MMA Fighter & 4th Degree BJJ Black Belt Champion

"Grappling and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu are complicated subjects. Getting a black belt is not easy, and Dr. Conrad Bui earned his black belt the hard way from me. He put in his time on the mats and in competition. As my first black belt, I can say he has a warrior spirit and is very technical in the ground game. His well-rounded approach to martial arts in general makes him a first-class professor. Oss!"

Marcel Fortuna

4th-Degree BJJ Black Belt, BJJ World Champion, and former UFC Heavyweight Fighter

“Earning a black belt in BJJ is a long and difficult road. It’s full of frustration, disappointments, and injuries. That’s why so many people quit. But it’s also one of the best investments you can make. Conrad has taken this long road and is a professor I will recommend. If you want the technical ground fighting knowledge, hit him up.”

Ricky Hui

Firefighter (retired) and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Purple Belt

“I’ve known a lot of grapplers in the Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu community, and Professor Conrad ranks right up there with the best of them. We call him "The Technician" because he never muscles anything and always uses technique. Don’t miss out on his technical expertise."

Sean Tonnochy

Muay Thai Coach and BJJ Blue Belt Champion

“Learning to fight on the ground is a must for the modern-day martial artist. Of course, if you want to learn, learn from someone who’s been there and done it like Professor Conrad. On the ground or on your feet, he is the man!”

So, what are you waiting for? Click the red button below to start today!