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Urban Combatives Online


UC ONLINE is the official media platform for Urban Combatives by Lee Morrison. It is your central information portal for UC content, continuously updated, and available 24/7 on any internet-enabled device.

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UC ONLINE is the official media platform for Urban Combatives by Lee Morrison. It is your central information portal for UC content, continuously updated, and available 24/7 on any internet-enabled device.

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  • – immediate access to all currently available Urban Combatives videos and PDFs (more than 330 Videos with a runtime of 280 hours and 22 Ebooks with more then 1000 Sites of UC Content)
  • – UC Video Compendium (50 Videos) also included
  • – All new UC books and UC videos will be included at no additional cost
  • – Access to exclusive services and content, e.g. live Q&A sessions with Lee Morrison, seminar videos.
  • – You save more than 3000 dollars / euros compared to buying them individually by download (no Joke).

Starter package:

If this is your first contact with Urban Combatives, wie recommend you go for one of the following starter packages:


 “The complete Book of Urban Combatives”. With it you will receive a voucher of 10 Euro, which can be used for a later subscription.


Individual products:

If you prefer “a-la-carte” do not want to go immediately for all-inclusive, you can also obtain individual products, e.g. the fantastic 4-hour PADCOM video.

Who is Lee Morrison?

I started training in martial arts at the age of 11, some 37 years ago now. Like most students at that time, I started with traditional Japanese karate with Wado-ryu, then Shotokan, and finally Kyokushinkai. During this period, I also did some judo and aikido before moving on to study a wide variety of martial methods, both Eastern and Western, including Chinese, Thai, Indonesian, Filipino, western boxing, wrestling, grappling, and close-quarter combatives.


I come from South East London and left home and school when I was 13 years old. I was pretty much a street urchin growing up; I learned to live on my wits, had some unsavoury gang-related involvement, and generally rubbed shoulders with the bad element, if you like. My interest in training and martial arts never ceased, but unbeknown to me at the time, my real education for understanding violence and predatory behaviour happened on the street!


At the age of 21, I immersed myself into the world of strength training and eventually became a competitive Olympic weightlifter. This allowed me to gain some significant strength and size, as well as a fair degree of competitive success at amateur level. It was around this time that I started my term on the door as a pub/nightclub doorman. I continued this for the next 14 years, working at venues all over the South of England, including London, Portsmouth, and Southampton, where I live.


This chapter of my life, combined with my early upbringing and leaving home and school at an early age; becoming in effect a street kid; and being involved in gangs, which led to my fair share of pub brawls and street fights; meant I had already gained an insight into predatory behaviour and street violence. What the door term provided me with was, in effect, a training laboratory that accelerated my learning curve, regarding what worked and what didn’t in live violence confrontation.


Here, I learned a lot about pre-threat cue behaviour, as well as many other human behavioural elements, communication skills, and my reiteration of the importance of pre-emptive action where possible. I’d work from Thursday through to Sunday night in some nice places and at some less than savoury venues. Often, it wasn’t a case of “will it kick off tonight?”, but more like “how many times and where first?” Both the street and the door taught me a lot about myself and about just how I responded under pressure. I also feel that it allowed me to sort the wheat from the chaff regarding the physical skills that I had studied up to this point. There was a drastic need to chip away and whittle down everything I had learned to a simple, proactive strategy that has worked for me on numerous occasions during a time, I may add, where comebacks were feasible and there was a need to sometimes play outside of the rules!




What is Urban Combatives ?

Urban Combatives was founded in 1999 and is the conclusion of over 40 years of martial arts training and live experience from the street to the doors. Stripped down to the bare essentials of what has been found to work under real fight distress. UC is a principle based method driven by mentality and mindset as opposed to technical based methods that give no recognition to the psychological aspects relating to countering violence!

Urban Combatives has taught over 4000 civilian students in class and seminar context, in addition to score of security, military and law enforcement operations.