Ignorant Adult Male Assaults Teenage BJJ World Champion and Instantly Rregrets it

Ignorant Adult Male Assaults Teenage BJJ World Champion and Instantly Rregrets it

A teenage BJJ world Champion named Alex Williams defends himself after being provoked and assaulted by what looks like an adult male figure. You will be surprised how Alex teaches this old man a hard-learned lesson. See the whole video below: 

The video starts with what looks like an older male figure getting pretty violent quickly with two teenagers. He starts grabbing one of the teenagers and trying to yank and kick him repeatedly. The thing is, this was no ordinary teenager he was provoking. Alex Williams is a multiple-time Junior BJJ World Champion, and he was just not having it. 

A few seconds after the older man threw his barrage of attacks on young Alex, he is greeted with a perfect double leg takedown, sending him flying through the pavement. Alex backs off cautiously. The older male gets up on his feet to try to go in for his second attack. 

Alex is ready this time. He removes his wallet and cellphone from his pockets and places them on the bench beside him. They both get into a fighting stance. The older male tries to grapple and body lock takedown the BJJ world Champion. This was a very bad idea on his end,

Alex stumps him on the bench and goes for a body lock takedown of his own. This brings the older male to the ground once more. Alex secures a side mount and this is where the video cuts.

If you decide to provoke or pick a fight with anyone, make sure it’s with someone your own size….or age. And when you do go through with it, also make sure you actually know how to fight. You might actually run into someone like BJJ World Champion Alex Williams, who isn’t scared to take you to the ground and keep you there permanently.

You can follow Alex Williams on his Instagram account (IG @alex_williams359)

Ariston Palacios

Ariston is a Purple Belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu practitioner and instructor under Carpe Diem BJJ. He is also a Coach at two UFC Gyms in his home country. Discovering BJJ at the age of 18, his passion for the sport usually ends up with most of his time doing all things BJJ related from training, teaching and writing articles. On occasion, you can catch a glimpse of him at a local competition to test his mettle, but you will usually see him sharing his knowledge and passion of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu to clients of all ages wherever a mat can be found.