grappling (wrestling range, the 4th range in Jeet Kune Do) system that consists of sensitivity in flowing with positioning, escapes, take-downs, throws, lockups and ground fighting from  Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, Judo, Filipino Kun Tao, Filipino Dumog, Russian Sambo and Shoot wrestling (Shooto) and Catch Wrestling also known as “Catch-As-Catch-Can.”

For self-defense purposes this type of grappling could be enhanced with the use of pinching and biting pressure points while utilizing elbows, knees and head-butts to weaken your opponent so leverage can be achieved that much easier. This is influenced by the South East Asian grappling methods that some people in Jeet Kune Do cross train in nowadays.

This particular range is very important to understand if you end up on the ground with a strong opponent. Size and strength is irrelevant due to the methods of training that develops proper technique and as long as it is constantly practiced. A useful and functional combination of grappling martial arts for Law Enforcement, bodyguards and correctional  officers, bouncers, etc. The blending of these grappling styles a person to be able to  take any extreme necessary for controlling an out of hand opponent with minimal harm if any at all to his or herself.