The Noble Art Of Self Defence Crossword Clue

If you've already solved this crossword clue and are searching for the solution to the main post, click here. While scanning our database for a solution to the crossword puzzle System of self defense, we discovered 1 probable match. This crossword clue was last featured on The Evening Standard's Easy Crossword problem on 11 October 2021. Our answer for System of self-defense has a total of six letters.

'And now for a few tips on THE NOBLE ART OF SELF DEFENCE - by none other than Jimmy Wilde', the titles read. Pathe Studio is based in London. Jimmy Wilde, a former flyweight, is shown in a high angle view fighting with another guy in a ring. Both men are dressed in white jerseys and pants. A guy in a suit joins them in the ring, stating that Jimmy would share some of his ring experiences from his time as the world flyweight champion. Jimmy comes to a halt and speaks to the camera about his first fight. He speaks with an unusually high-pitched voice with a Welsh (?) accent. He recalls calling his wife after winning a match and informing her that he will be home the following day. He returned four or five days later and had his most difficult battle (with his wife). We then see many pictures of Jimmy showing to the other guy, who turns out to be his son, "exactly what to do if you come across a terrible client on a dark and stormy night" - in other words, self defense. Jimmy fields or blocks his son's blows. Finally

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