Man Stops Bank Robbery With Bear Hug
If you thought the BEAR HUG wasn’t anything to be afraid of…
Then think again…
In San Jose, Professor Kim Komenich was in line at the bank when he saw something suspicious.
What he saw was a robbery about to take place. The 6-foot-2, 260 pounder proceeded to warn the JABRONI in front of him not to do anything brash. The man in front of him foolishly ignored Professor Komenich and reached in his pocket.
This got Professor Komenich angry…BAD IDEA
Professor Komenich then busted out one of the most deadly submission holds in the history of submission holds, the BEAR HUG.
Professor Komenich held the man in his grasp until police arrived. He saved the day with the simple, but effective submission hold.
The bear hug originated with bears showing affection for one another and then became Andre the Giant‘s finisher move! Only the toughest of the tough could bare (no pun intended) through this bone crushing hold.
So next time you think of robbing a bank, beware of the dangerous grasp of Professor Komenich. You could be the next victim of the BEAR HUG.