I have been thinking about that video for quite some time. I have a few comments.
FIRST AND FOREMOST...
Do not be drunk in public. In so many ways, the KOs and serious, serious injuries could have been avoided by: 1) being sober enough not to incite violence (just STFU), and 2) being sober enough to defend oneself.
I like this.
If only the other guy worked the spin moves you have been teaching us !!!
Very true. It's all about the bull and the toreador.
That said... there are many ways to "rotate around" an opponent. Here's an unconventional one from judo..... TOMOE NAGE
If you have great ukemi skills - and I am a *big* fan of developing them - then this can be a natural and devastating response to a charging bull who is pushing you back. And any skilled ukemi practitioner can get up much faster than someone who probably has never done judo and doesn't know how to fall "nicely". High speed dirt is a pretty devastating strike. The harder they come...
I learned tomoe nage from my Goju guy who started in judo and eventually ended up in special forces. We had a special Goju kata bunkai we did (a continuous battle type bunkai) that ended up with a tomoe nage. And the way we did it, you rolled up on top of the guy where you could pound the ever-loving cr@p out of him before he knew what had happened. I must have done that move a thousand times. Great stuff.
On the street with many attackers though, the stupid-simple tomoe nage would probably be best. Just send the charging assshole flying head-over-heels onto the concrete, and get out of there. Seeing that one guy trying to stomp on the other guy's head... this was some bad stuff. You don't want to be part of that melee unless you're surrounded by some sober friends who know how to kick butt.