If pressure point attacks have no value, why are they banned in the UFC? All the Eastern systems use eye attacks, throat attacks, etc.. Of course, there’s no taking it back if you blind someone , or rupture their carotid sinus, break off an arterial plaque in the neck and cause a stroke or clot in the brain, etc.,
I’m not talking about these things because I watched a movie. *shrug* and this isn’t open for argument, as far as I’m concerned.
I keep asking for evidence and you’re not showing anything other than someone striking an inert watermelon and making general arguments. So at this point I’m out.
But all I will say is good luck getting an eye attack in on against someone properly trained in modern martial arts. Sure it’s banned, but so are hair pulling, groin attacks, using abusive language, etc. So I’m puzzled by your insistence that learning these techniques in non-live environments would make them suddenly useful when you have adrenaline and an adversary honing in on you.