Probably not a good idea, as a grown man, to be fighting a minor, no matter how you look at it.
It’s clear that this teenager has had some training in both Wrestling and BJJ or Submission grappling, based on the techniques he executed during the scuffle.
This altercation went down at the end of a cul-de-sac between a teenage boy and a man in his mid-thirties.
We’re not quite certain what started the fight but we know the teenager threw the first punch, then used an underhook shuck-by into a back take, and then finished the fight with a Rear naked choke.
Fighting is one of the most common assault offenses and can range in significance from a small misdemeanor to a serious felony that may result in prison time. Bottom line; don’t fight on the street unless absolutely necessary.
Most ‘traditional’ Martial Arts training schools in styles like Karate, Kung Fu, Aikido, Judo, and other historic teachings are simply not up to ‘par’ when it comes to the modern violent physical confrontations so common today. Obviously not all Martial Arts promote and graduate students who can’t put up a good fight. So don’t bother arguing that you are a black belt rank in some traditional style because in this venue the scarce exceptions definitely prove the rule.
While you might fight fair, your attacker will not. People who start fights often do so when they think they have the advantage such as having weapons or friends nearby to help, or they’re bigger and older than you. They are not thinking about honoring any codes or following any rules, just winning by any cost no matter if it takes a gun, baseball bat, or knife. Going into a fight with a sportsmanship mentality will leave you at a disadvantage. You need to be ready for anything. Never expect your attacker to do one thing or another and never limit what you are willing to do in response.