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Update: In 2014 it’s still not a good idea to walk into a BJJ class and try to wrestle the head instructor

Update: In 2014 it’s still not a good idea to walk into a BJJ class and try to wrestle the head instructor
In Decatur, Alabama there is a wrestler who has not gotten around to watching the UFC 1 VHS tape he once bought at a garage sale. Harking back to the original Ultimate Fighting Championship this wrestler decided to walk into his local 10th Planet Jiu-Jitsu in the middle of a class and challenge Brandon McCaghren to an impromptu grappling match. Random wrestler off the streets versus a brown belt under Eddie Bravo could only be viewed on a grainy Sony handy cam from the early 90s or black and white security cam footage.
 
The Alabama state motto is “Audemus jura nostra defendere” or translated from Latin “We Dare Defend Our Rights.” The Yellowhammer state was practically founded on the motto that if you come into another man’s martial arts school with only a single discipline in your back pocket you will get trampled in any and all unplanned grappling matches. Where’s your Jiu-Jitsu play boy?
 
With three of his buddies watching in support, pretending not to know him and or playing Angry Birds Transformers on their phones, Alabama wrestler dude gets subbed five times in the span of five minutes. A reverse triangle, rear naked choke, high elbow guillotine ( with crunching your throat sound effects), Darce, Gogoplata from the rubber guard are all hit before your ear could properly Cauliflower over. 
 
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