If you haven’t lived under a rock, you’ve probably seen or heard viral and horrific self-defense videos that “increase your chances of survival”. The man in the Detroit survival training videos, Dale Brown, has been infinitely famous for his questionable technique and is now being called to the UFC heavyweight division.
“Everyone wants to fight @jakepaul, but I want to fight this gammon uncle !!! @danawhite set up unk yeallah,” Tuivasa wrote on Instagram before explaining the call.
“He’s the guy who does all these bloody videos.” said Tuivasa MMA watch (HT: MiddleEasy). “I don’t even know his name,” he said. I just want to fight the guy. He makes me angry. A guy who turns people around when they attack him. Ha, u. I want to fight him.
“I don’t know. I want to know if I can shoot him or if I can fight him properly. I don’t know if you can turn me around,” he said. “I didn’t know.” I just want to see the truth, let the people know the truth. I will take the policeman all day. ”
Even those who haven’t been taught martial arts know that these methods of self-defense are fake, so it’s doubly funny for those who have had a lot of memes, but actually know what they’re looking at.
From whom pinch the number to protect the guillotine, according to his football kick defense, will only knock your head off, Dale’s “skills” don’t actually “increase your chances of survival”.
For more lulz, here’s a BJJ black belt and MMA fighter breaking some of his best hits.
While we may laugh at these memes, Dale Brown has students who really believe in him, and he gives people false confidence, which can upset them or worse in such situations.