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Bouncer teaches loudmouth a humiliating lesson

Loudmouth humiliated by bouncer (kickboxing world champion)
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Loudmouth humiliated by bouncer (kickboxing world champion)

Loudmouth humiliated by bouncer (kickboxing world champion)

When a person goes out to a bar or a club on the weekend it is normally so they can relax and enjoy the company of friends after a long week at the office. The last thing that a person wants to have to deal with is some loudmouthed and obnoxious guy causing trouble because he is not getting his way. This is the reason that bars and clubs employ security guards or bouncers.

In the video below the situation described above is exactly what we see play out, however; there is one very important detail and that has to do with the security guard involved. The security guard is dealing with a guy who is upset because he isn’t being allowed into the establishment and begins to cause a scene and use some very foul and inappropriate language which obviously displeases the security guard. Unfortunately for the loudmouth, the security guard is Michael Kuhr.


Michael Kuhr is a 54-year-old former German kickboxer and current security specialist with some very impressive credentials. As an amateur he was a ten-time German kickboxing champion, held the European Championship belt in 1980, 1981, 1983, and 1986, was the Vice World Champion in 1979 and 1983, and also held WAKO’s World Championship belt in 1985. Furthermore, as a professional, he was the first German champion less than 60 kg holding world titles from 1990-1994 in the WAKO, ISKA, and IKBF.

Needless to say, Michael Kuhr is not the man you want to get drunk and mouth off too and to make matters more interesting it turns out that Kuhr knows the loudmouth’s brother and in fact has his phone number! Check out the video below to see how this altercation turns 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…