- Sep 29, 2013
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What doesn't jive Hanzou is that you want to make this a BJJ thing when this incident already occurred and has nothing to do with BJJ.
I said ground fighting, not specifically Bjj. Which is why I mentioned both Bjj and MMA in my earlier response.
Not only that, the young lady fought off her attacker utilizing her training in Karate which you seem to have a problem with. I get it you love BJJ as do I but... this incident of self-defense doesn't involve BJJ. It has nothing to do with BJJ and this young lady was successful in what she did! We can assume that she might have been better off with BJJ but that is all it is an assumption. What we do know is she was successful in fighting off this criminal and we should be tipping our hats to her and the training that allowed her to fight him off!
If a third party needed to intervene to get the criminal off of her, how can you honestly say that she fought him off?