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Robber Mistakenly Targets Motel That Is Hosting Mixed Martial Arists

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Huge mistake! HUGE!

A robber mistakenly targeted a motel in Los Angeles that was hosting mixed martial artists competing in the World Jiu-Jitsue No-Gi Championship.

The attempted robbery was (thankfully for us) caught on video.

If you watch (above), you'll see the man demand money from the motel clerk to then be met with a few martial artists who bring him DOWN before the police come.

Riveting!

One of the men who caught the guy said he might be a little nervous to compete because of the incident:

"I might have more butterflies than usual because I already had my fight for this week."

Crazy! Thankfully, those men were staying at the motel and were able to catch the guy!

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5 comments to “Robber Mistakenly Targets Motel That Is Hosting Mixed Martial Arists”



  1. 1

    Since when is jiu jitsu mixed martial arts?????



  2. 2

    Re: Sugardaddy86 – what are we 12? you know what he meant, gtfo.

    i was more interested in the fact that this video wasn't riveting at all. suddenly they all had him and held him on the ground. RIVETING!

    thought i was gonna see some whoop ass.



  3. 3

    i thought jiu jitsu was a small dog?

    these criminals just casually walk in a place and rob them? hell no! but prisons are full so he'll be free in no time to try again.



  4. 4

    bahahahahahaha bastard got what he deserved



  5. 5

    Question: Why would you want to steal from a hotel? Do that many people really pay for hotel rooms in cash?