Man Puts Bully To Sleep On The Street Using BJJ! [PHOTO/VIDEO]

Choke in the street

A man that apparently trained BJJ for over a decade in 10th Planet Vegas choked out a bully on the street. The incident serves as a powerful reminder of the importance of self defense and the potential risks associated with physical confrontations.

The confrontation began when the bully (wearing blue trunks), threw a right hook at the BJJ practitioner who adeptly sidestepped the attack. Seizing the opportunity, the practitioner swiftly executed a single leg takedown, gained a dominant position. As the bully attempted to rise, he left his neck exposed, providing an opening for the BJJ practitioner.

With control, the practitioner applied a Rear Naked Choke (RNC), an effective submission hold commonly used in BJJ. It is worth mentioning that the practitioner’s awareness of potential risks played a crucial role. Using hooks to gain further control over the opponent would have prevented escapes and deterred dirty tactics such as eye pokes or access to concealed weapons.

After a few seconds on the ground the bully got choked out and was left unconscious on the ground. This was very professional since the fighter could have obviously gone for  an armbar or something more devastating which would have left the bully heavily injured. In comparison to a lot of other street fights in this one the man was very gentle and considerate.

However, it’s essential to recognize the fortunate absence of weapons during this encounter. Regardless of one’s martial arts expertise, engaging with an armed individual presents an extremely dangerous situation, and the likelihood of a positive outcome diminishes significantly. In any situation involving aggression or confrontation, personal safety should always be the top priority.

Avoid street fights, even if confident. Create distance, seek help from bystanders, and call police immediately to report your location for safety.

Video and photos are below:

A man in blue trunks initiating an attack with a right hook, while the BJJ practitioner successfully blocks the strike. BJJ practitioner applies the Rear Naked Choke (RNC) on the aggressor.





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