This is the best advice you'll ever get about fighting- avoid getting into a fight whenever possible.
But when a physical altercation can't be avoided it's best to be prepared for the battle ahead, and who better to help you prepare for a fight than a professional MMA fighter?
Ronda Rousey is one of the toughest fighters in the world, a woman who has been in so many fights that scrapping is second nature to her, so her advice on the topic is sure to be sound.
Here's what she has to say about taking a punch:
"The best way to take a punch is to look at it. Honestly. Someone could hit you with the hardest punch that they have, but as long as you see it, it's not going to knock you out. It's the punches that you don't see that knock you out."
And here's a great tip on how to win a bar fight:
"Grab a chair. That's what my mom [judo champion AnnMaria De Mars] told my sister when she went off to college. She didn't give her advice on how to do laundry. She said, 'Listen: You're a small person, so if s@#t goes down at a bar, you grab a chair and you just start swinging it around.'