(Video) Bully gets owned by 13-year-old Brazilian jiu-jitsu trainee

Bullying is a severe problem that may harm high school kids’ growth and general well-being. It may be physical, verbal, social, or even occur online. Many detrimental impacts, such as low self-esteem, anxiety, depression, and poor academic performance, may be caused by bullying.

If not appropriately handled, bullying may also potentially result in long-term psychological and emotional issues. Recently, the prevention of bullying in schools has recently received a lot of attention from educational institutions and child rights organizations.

On Twitter, a video emerged of a 13-year-old girl who was recently witnessed utilizing her Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu skills on a bully. Fans have responded to the video in a variety of ways. Many on Twitter praised the girl for confronting the aggressor. The bully was put to the ground by the 13-year-old using a choke from the back.

The girl received a lot of praise from Twitter users. Her courageous deed may have prevented her bully from bothering her in the future. Some of the comments were as follows:

“Baby anaconda takes down fully grown elephant”

“The absolute smile on my face OWN that bully 🤣🤣”

“Making a bully tap out in front of a crowd is the single most effective anti-bullying tactic ever.”

“I bet she doesn’t have to do that again, one and done.”

In recent decades, bullying has become a significant problem for teens and young children. Children nowadays are susceptible to bullying in many different kinds.

In addition to dealing with verbal and physical bullying, teenagers may also be subjected to cyberbullying. This has become the latest threat in our society with the development of internet connection and widespread access. Thus, it is always essential for children and teens to act bravely and seek assistance in such circumstances.