Video – The Jiu-Jitsu champion used his skills to catch a man who assaulted people

Ro Malabanan, a black belt in jiu-jitsu, the Brazilian martial art, and a yellow belt in judo, used his martial skills for the greater good when he caught a man assaulting people on the streets of New York City.
The accident occurred in the Soho area of ​​Manhattan, after Samuel Frazier beat up a construction worker, but Malabanan, who was on his way to work and accidentally witnessed the accident, first made contact with the victim, before chasing the suspect and dropping him to the ground.
Then, many claimed that the man, who he believed to be a homeless, also attacked them, while Malabanan said that when he saw the attack, the spirit of the fighter in him woke up and was able to arrest the assailant.

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