Sometimes burglars pick the wrong house to rob. That sometimes is when they are caught by a BJJ black belt. This happened today in San Diego, California. Sergio Hernandez, a BJJ black belt, under Baret Yoshida, caught a man trying to rob his dad’s house and put him in a triangle choke while waiting for the cops to arrive.
He explained the whole situation:
This piece of sh*t was breaking into my Dads house right now. He ran down the alley and I caught up to him. I brought him back to my Dads house and then he tried to escape. I threw him to the ground using what little judo I know, then put him in a triangle until the cops showed up. He probably weighed 50 more pounds than me. He said he had a two year old and he didn’t want to be separated from his kid. I felt bad about that. Anyhow, I gotta get to work. I’ll be at Pop’s all day 😀! ❤️
Being a student of Baret Yoshida, Hernadez is a triangle expert, both reverse and regular. You can see him here in action at fight to win placing a similar technique:
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