Here is the clip (warning: mature language and real violence):
Here is a link to Rener and Ryron Gracie doing a breakdown. Very insightful.
- DJ is overly aggressive with his verbage and by throwing the first punch. In that respect, he did get what he deserved.
- TD punches DJ 11 times after the knockout, by my count. Not needed. Overkill.
- Neither man wanted to go to the ground, but the fight went there very early on.
- Understanding grappling positions and transitions is vital to self defense.
- Understanding how to throw a punch and how to defend a punch is vital to self defense.
- No kicks were thrown in this fight, that I could see.
- When skill is negligible, size and strength matters.
- People didn't want their cars damaged in the fight. haha
- It seems TD had better punching knowledge than DJ. Perhaps it was only better natural ability.
If either of them had even six months of jiu-jitsu training, this fight would have ended sooner in that man's favor. Case in point, here is a video of Rener Gracie accepting a challenge from a Taekwondo black belt:
Rener gives the man a rematch, even. One armlock and one rear naked choke later, it seems the man was convinced of the effectiveness of jiu-jitsu.