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Defeated Soho's threat, MMA Black Belt Roma Labanan provides tips for the New Yorker fight

MMA fighter Romala Banan, who used his training to quell the alleged assault in Manhattan last week, has been a fellow in a series of videos ever since. His brush in vigilantism provided New Yorker with some combat tips.

Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Black Belt shows in a post three moves that can be used to subdue potential attackers from Jim a few days after defeating 28-year-old Samuel Frazier with a sucker punch. rice field. Soho construction worker.

Ro Malabanan, 44, a martial arts instructor at Kano Martial Arts, demonstrates a takedown move with Kenal Ortega, 29.
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Malabanan's first move was to choke with a sparring partner. It was a movement of. He grabbed his partner from behind and hung his right arm around his neck, much like he faced Frazier.

"I train a lot in the gym and go to [chalk move] right away, because as long as I have a Jiu-Jitsu practitioner, I live there ... we fight as soon as possible. "He said.

"So the moment I'm here," he said, crossing his partner's throat and tightening his arms, "I'm already about to finish my neck."

"But I'm very happy that I couldn't do that at dawn on the street ... so I went to Chalk right away ... and I switched to my arm. A lot of things are happening, it's so much It's fast. It's crazy. "

Next, the martial arts and boxing instructor shows a slamming movement on the ground used to control the opponent, with the partner lying on his back. When I was there, I approached vertically from the side. He wrapped his left arm behind his partner's neck and connected his hands to his right arm over his torso.

Ro Malabanan, 44, a martial arts instructor at Kano Martial Arts, demonstrates a takedown move with Kenal Ortega, 29.
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Naturally, the opponent tries to push him away.

"When he starts kicking me out of him, that's what he's supposed to do — if I don't deal with this ... I'll lose everything," he said. When the hand left, he said grounding.

In Jiu-Jitsu, he said. "The moment he feels he's starting to loosen his neck, I immediately move on to what's called a chalk, and from this position he's on his wrist before he's fixed in the" north-south "and begins to grip firmly. I control his wrist when grabbing.

He went down, changed "his level" and now lies on his back and works on his partner. Then he straddled him and grabbed control of his wrist.

"This is called a mount, and here you can control your wrist so that if he or she has a weapon, you can maintain this position."

Ro Malabanan, demonstrates a takedown move on Kenal Ortega.
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Malabanan last Wednesday to detain Frazier Used the skill — a homeless man who attacked a 50-year-old man and a 17-year-old boy "unprovoked" according to a NYPD.

Malabanan detains Samuel Frazier after he saw him sucker-punch a construction worker in Soho.
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Filipino fighters are on the sidewalk in front of the Converse flagship Fixed Frazier Footage Show, a store on Broadway in SoHo's shopping district.

Later, other angry victims began trying to attack the incapacitated suspect, but Malabanan asked them to stop and call a police officer instead, he said. I said in a later Instagram video.

Malabanan, who was not interviewed by police because he was late for work, said he believed Frazier had attacked at least six people.

According to police, Frazier was booked and charged with two assaults.

Ro Malabanan, demonstrates a takedown move on Kenal Ortega.
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