School bully learns the effectiveness of Muay Thai techniques – the hard way
There are not many people that leave the house during the day or at night that intend to get into a street fight. There are some that do but those people are few and far between as the average Joe has no intentions of getting into a physical altercation…EVER; Especially if you are a teenage kid that is simply trying to get through high school.
High school is hard enough to navigate on its own, particularly for young men. Not only are their bodies changing but this is a pivotal time in their lives when many valuable lessons are learned aside from that of academia. Girls, the ever present but unspoken popularity contest, sports, thoughts of the future, and college are just a few things that these kids have to navigate and figure out through the course of their four years during this time of their lives.
Well, neither www.mixedmartialarts.com nor myself promote street fighting or physical acts of violence in any form or fashion but there are those occasions that arise which simply require that a person must defend themselves or else they could face physical danger or even worse during the high school years…utter humiliation and embarrassment.
In the video below, we witness what could potentially be a young student’s worst nightmare: a bully coming up, throwing his papers off of the table and coming towards him in a violent manner. This sets the stage for one of two things to happen: the victim in this scenario is either going to be beaten up and made to look like a fool or karma and justice will prevail and this victim will finally exact his revenge on this high school bully.
So check out the video below to see exactly how this “worst case high school scenario” plays out.
Jacob C. Stevens is a lifelong athlete and cerebral martial arts enthusiast who is also skilled in the art of linguistic manipulation, his published work, Afterthoughts and Handgrenades, can be found here…