(Video) This is why you Never turn your back on an unconscious opponent

Peaceful conflict resolution is the best option in any situation for a number of reasons.

First and foremost, peaceful conflict resolution allows both parties to come to a mutually beneficial solution. When conflicts are resolved peacefully, both parties can feel satisfied with the outcome and are more likely to comply with any agreements made.

In addition, peaceful conflict resolution can help to preserve relationships between individuals or groups. When conflicts are handled through aggression or harm, it can damage or even destroy relationships, leading to long-term animosity, injury and resentment.

Furthermore, peaceful conflict resolution can prevent the escalation of violence and further harm to individuals or communities. When conflicts are allowed to escalate, it can lead to a cycle of violence and retaliation that can be difficult to stop.

This is why Jiu-jitsu is generally the best way to resolve an unregulated conflict. Jiu-jitsu offers a unique way to resolve a conflict without maiming or permanently compromising the other party which helps you both.

While they get to avoid the physical harm and speculative damage, you get to be liability free for the most part. As per BJJDOC:

“BJJ utilizes a variety of techniques such as joint locks, chokes, and throws to control and submit the opponent. BJJ is widely considered to be the most dominant grappling martial art in the world.”

As you can see in the clip above, any situation allows for a lot of variables that aren’t accounted for. This is why success in BJJ and even in MMA doesn’t directly translate when it comes to real life conflict.

You can observe here the party pretending to be unconscious, and likely probably even being on the edge of consciousness all things considered. Yet the will is unwavering, and as soon as the heat’s off they recoup, recover and retaliate. This kind of thing is a perfect example of why you should always watch your back, and peacefully resolve your issues whenever it’s possible.