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How to break up a fight in only 3 seconds

SIMPLE way to break up a ground fight in 3 seconds

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Although we all come to this page because we're fans of the art of fighting in one form or another, we can likely all agree that there isn't much worse than unwarranted street violence.

How to break up a fight in 3 seconds

How to break up a fight in 3 seconds

There are more videos online than ever, and many of them are of street conflicts that could have been easily stopped if the bystanders would have just put down their phone. However, even when there are people attempting to break up the fight, it's hard to separate two people who refuse to let go of one another, especially with all of the adrenaline rushing.

That's why we're sharing this one simple trick that is almost sure to break up two adrenaline-filled combatants.

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Is this something you've ever personally tried or seen someone use in the past? Would you ever consider using it in the future if you find yourself around unnecessary violence? Let us know all of your thoughts and more ON THE UNDERGROUND FORUM, after watching the video below!

About Rener Gracie

Rener Gracie (born November 10, 1983) is an American Brazilian jiu-jitsu practitioner, a head instructor at the Gracie Jiu-Jitsu Academy, and co-creator of Gracie University. As a member of the Gracie family, he is the grandson of Grandmaster Hélio Gracie, and the second eldest son of Rorion Gracie, the father of Gracie jiu-jitsu in the United States.

Source: Wikipedia

About Ryron Gracie

Ryron Gracie was born on December 1st, 1981, being Rorion Gracie’s firstborn son. Ryron was raised on the mats of the Torrence academy, beginning his training as a toddler. Ryron also started teaching Gracie jiu jitsu from a very young age, and by the age of 12 he was already coaching children under his father’s guidance. At that same age, Ryron was involved in the historical first UFC event, a competition created partly by his dad.

Source: BJJHeroes