16-year-old multiple world junior jiu-jitsu champion spectacularly repelled a street attack

Alikhan Yakupbaev
15 Sep 2021
17:41
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Former Cage Warriors champion Alex Enlund, who began his coaching career, reported that one of his students was exposed to a street attack. Alex Williams, 16, a multiple Junior World Champion in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, was able to handle the adult male attack easily.

A fully grown man tried to attack the 16-year-old multiple-time Junior World Champion in BJJ. Alex showed composure, restraint, and courage whilst handling this situation. Get your kid into Martial Arts & Combat Sports it's unlikely they will become the bully due to the humility learned on mats.

Alex Enlund

It is worth noting that Williams is the silver medalist of the Youth MMA World Championship. Alex is already training with adult fighters.

The 34-year-old Enlund has a record of 14 wins, 3 losses, and one NC. On September 23, Alex lost by split decision to Kane Mousah at ACB 70 and decided to focus on his coaching career.

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