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BJJ Practitioner Uses Modern Jiu-Jitsu Rolling Back Take To Teach Street Bully a Lesson

BJJ Practitioner Uses Modern Jiu-Jitsu Rolling Back Take To Teach Street Bully a Lesson

Many Old school BJJ practitioners will say that may of today’s so called modern sport BJJ techniques are not applicable in a street self defense situation.

For Gracie Barra Carlos Jr, self defense is the first basic stage of learning Jiu-Jitsu when you are learning how to defeat someone that is ignorant to Jiu-Jitsu. Once you have learned it, you need to focus on the next stage, defending against someone who knows Jiu-Jitsu.

In an interview in Portuguese for Gracie Mag, he said:

“When a person walks into a gym, and they have no ideas of jiu jitsu, they will begin by learning how to defend a hypothetical attack in the street. They will learn how to defend a set of positions, possibly more common in the street, people like to call this self defence. Someone called it self defence, maybe to give more emphasis [to the street side of the positions].

In self defence, you learn how to mount a layman, he does not know how to defend the mount, but a knowledgeable fighter, a coloured jiu jitsu belt, he will know the defense. He won’t let you, so you need to perfect your technique, to mount him. This is a perfected form of self defense.”

In this interesting video, we see a BJJ practitioner teach a street bully a lesson by using some acrobatic modern BJJ techniques, such as a rolling back take. The bully seemed clueless once it hit the ground:

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