Real Fight On CCTV!

Gary Haffey and Scott Sober Teaching Self Defense

Gary Haffey and Scott Sober Teaching Self Defense


Okay so more and more we are seeing real footage of violent confrontations.  Case in point the following video clip shows a Brazilian MMA fighter throwing his drink on a woman and the next thing you know he and a fellow MMA fighter are in a fight which does not end well for them.

The full story is here: BJJ News

Here is the full video caught by a gas station closed circuit camera:

In a violent confrontation anything can happen including weapons/tools.  Plus greater and greater odds against you. (ie. friends showing up)  We all need to make sure we have de-escalation as part of our strategy and get out of potentially violent situations as quick as possible.  This entire incident more than likely could have been avoided if he simply hadn’t thrown his drink in the woman’s face.  People just have some manners and get along!!!

Brian R. VanCise

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Hi my name is Brian R. VanCise and my passion is the Martial Sciences. I have trained almost my entire life in the pursuit of martial excellence and I teach a world class curriculum in Las Vegas, Nevada. Contact us at: 702-326-3622
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1 Response to Real Fight On CCTV!

  1. stlcounterpoint says:

    Reblogged this on St. Louis Counterpoint Tactical Systems and commented:
    WARNING: This is a brutal fight. Improvised weapons in the form of clubs are involved. This ends very badly and, yet, still could have been worse.

    When there isn’t a referee or agreed upon set of rules, weapons can and probably will be used. I’m not putting this up for shock purposes; this is a street fight. This is why it’s best to avoid fighting and to learn defensive tactics to protect yourself to allow for an escape. Remember: Being humble (i.e. knowing you’re not invincible) and respectful are also self defense tactics.

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