So you know MMA, Karate, Systema, Krav Maga, Keysi, Jeet Kune Do, Boxing, Muay Thai, Jiu Jitsu and the Ancient Arts of the Ninja? You have 38 Black Belts, you are an ex-Navy SEAL and you have killed commies with your bare hands in every jungle from Cambodia to Cuba.

Well whoopee-doo Bruce Thompson – Cuz a single shot to the balls will drop you

That’s Right.

Pretty much if someone kicks you in the Junk as hard as they can the fight is over, especially if it is a good solid kick with the tip of a shoe right behind the Man Tonsils.

Now I have heard many people saying “I can take a shot in the Kerbangers and keep fighting” at least a hundred times, and I call BS. I suspect that this is coming from someone who has never had a true kick in the Nads.

How do I know?

Two Reasons:

1. Personal Experience on the Receiving End: Back in the day a guy I was arresting kicked me right behind the Two Veg full force – it instantly rendered me combat ineffective. I could not move, I could not think, I could not breathe, and I blew chunks like a drunken 16 year girl after slamming three bottles of Mad Dog 20/20 on prom night. I was messed up so bad that I had to spend the night in the hospital.

2. Personal Experience on the Dispensing End: I have kicked guys in the Gonads everywhere from a Ney Jersey bar to the Lobby of a hotel in the Middle East – guess how many times a solid shot or two in the love spuds has ended a fight for me?

100% of the time.

Kicked in the Nads
Kicked in the Nads


Unfortunately, Gedde Watanabe’s career didn’t go so well after his role in Sixteen Candle

How to Properly Kick Someone in the Manjigglies:

Allot of people think that you should aim for the Sausage when kicking someone in the Junk – Not True! The place to aim for is the “Sweet Spot” – right between the hanging brain (Balls) and the Poop Hole – Right on the Man Seam.

You must hit this “Sweet Spot” with the toe of your Shoe with a full on kick or a solid Knee, no snap kicks here – I am talking about a full on, follow through and exhale Shot.

I call this Martial Arts “FamilyJewels-Fu”

I am planning to make a “earn your black belt at home” video in FamilyJewels-Fu and sell it in the back of Black Belt magazine next to all of the Kempo black belt home study courses.


~James G Founder - Editor in Chief

James G is a Veteran Civilian Contractor who has worked in the Middle East and Southeast Asia for way too long. He spends his off time in Indonesia and Virginia getting drunk, shooting guns and writing poorly written articles.