The transcript below is from the video “Top 15 Old Men Teaching A Lesson to Young Guys” by LISTertainment.

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Welcome to the LISTertainment, the channel with the most receptive name in all of YouTube. And check out my merch if you’re interested. So today we’re going to look at some old man that took on some challenges from younger people and were able to teach him a good lesson. They were able to show that just because you’re old doesn’t mean you forget all those techniques you learned when you were young. It’s like riding a bicycle, but instead of your ass hurting from riding a bike for too long you hurt somebody else’s ass. That doesn’t sound right. I mean you get to kick somebody else’s ass. If you happen to enjoy this video please give it a like and subscribe down below. Also make sure to turn on those notifications and finally let me know in the comments… what age were you when you were able to defeat your dad for the first time?

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15. Brian Brazil

This is a friendly wrestling match between a football coach and one of his football players. This happened in Texas where the coach named Brian Brazil challenged one of his strongest players to rest match. The student accepted and it seemed that he would dominate this match fairly easily. But then the coach turned it on. And once he is able to get on top he drives the student into the mat. He drives the student Julian Harris right into the mat and pins him. That kid is seriously strong as he was able to slam the coach but the coach has some pretty good skills.

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14. Jiu Jitsu Coach

So this older guy who was also out-sized was able to teach this guy a jiu jitsu lesson. That was a damn good take down into a full mound where he controlled the guy on the ground. Even with the others trying to take him off, he still held off to full control and transitioned into a rear naked choke-hold with the hooks perfectly placed. This guy also had the discipline to not put the guy out and just held onto him until the police arrived. Perfect perfect skills from this guy.

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13. 55 Year Old Boxer

Now we have this fifty year old guy boxing a 25 year old man and giving him a really good boxing lesson. The younger guy was bigger, taller had a longer reach and was younger and still got destroyed by this old man. It’s pretty easy to see that the younger man was never trained in boxing, since he fights like any kid you would see in the schoolyard. No jabs, just swinging low from behind his back. He thought his size and pressure would get him the win, but this old guy moved around pretty well and dodged a ton of punches. Then he threw back and landed consistently since there was absolutely no defense from the young guy.

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12. Ray Mercer

This is Ray Mercer who had a pretty successful boxing career when he became the WBO heavyweight champion in 1991, but in 2007 he decided to try his hand at mixed martial arts and lost to Kimbo Slice. But then in 2009 at the age of 48 he took on Tim Sylvia who was only 33 years old.

[Commentary]:

They get it on this quick. The kick by Sylvia, Mercer ready, aim, fire. Good night.

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End of story. And Ray Mercer knocked out Tim Sylvia in only nine seconds becoming the first man to knock him out. Host: Ray Mercer actually got a little angry in this fight since he agreed to not use any kicks but Sofia started the fight with one. So Mercer knocked him out.

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11. Oleg Mangal

This older man is Oleg Mangal who barely qualifies as an MMA fighter. But this day he was good enough to beat the synthol injected crazy guy from Russia. Obviously synthol does not make you stronger, but it does make you a lot slower. As you can see by this guy’s slow-mo punches. I honestly would have focused on punching his arms just to see if they would explode. Damn that’s gross.

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10. Mark Hopkins

The older guy in this video is Mark Hopkins who is 53 years old and is the heritage’ 2 instructor at dojo Americana in Vista California. And obviously has a black belt. He is taking on a young guy with a blue belt who outweighs him by 45 pounds.

Jiu Jitsu Coach:

And he’s pretty flexible for a big guy, but I step over the head. You can’t see it. My left leg he stepped over his head and I got a kind of a modified Kimura grip here. This is so damn strong. Here so you can’t get a choke. He’s trying to do a ten finger choke. I grabbed his legs and did a little takedowns trying to be as heavy as I can. I’m trying to be on his left arm and I think my right leg is possibly in front of his head, in front of his neck. Right here I extend and he taps out.

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The instructor teaches this guy all types of lessons. He starts at the bottom and still puts in an armbar choke hold and all types of other submissions. He’s just too good. I mean obviously he’s the instructor with a black belt.

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9. Floyd Mayweather Sr.

So most of you have seen this video where the best boxer of all time Charlie Zelenov decided to challenge 61 year-old Floyd Mayweather senior. Mayweather starts out slow here, but once he gets into it he easily dismantled Zelenov, who tries to do his pen at a time out only to come back in and rush Mayweather and hit him from behind. Like that coward that he often is.

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8. Ken Ramola

Here we have a twenty-year-old NCAA wrestler who took any 40 year old Ken Ramola who has a black belt in Brazilian jiu-jitsu. The younger guy obviously has a good twenty pounds on Ken, but Ken is able to stop all his takedown attempts and in the end is able to get a takedown out of his own. Although the other guy was pretty much not trying at that moment.

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7. Boxing Dad

Now we have this boxing sparring match between a father and his son. The son is 20 years old and he takes a pretty good beating from his dad. You can immediately tell that the dad has some good boxing background just by his breathing when he throws his punches and he moves really well. The son is just throwing punches for the hell of it, while the father is setting up some good punches and combinations and lands the much heavier shots.

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6. Boxing Dad

Here we have the same father we just watched going up against another two young guns. Teaching the first guy lesson with his crazy body shots. Damn those have to hurt. Then the second guy comes in. But this guy can’t pull his left hand back so he keeps getting popped with right hook. This guy has some pretty good moves.

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5. Mike Tyson

This is Mike Tyson at 40 years old participating in a charity match back in 2006. And fought against Corey Sanders who was also a boxer.

[Commentary]:

Professional fights we do sort of body movements… he might have done better. Also there’s no question that.

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This is obviously just an exhibition but Tyson showed that he still had some crazy punches. Although his movement was lacking a bit. Of course Anderson now wanted to throw a hard punch that would wake up Tyson, who would completely destroy him.

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4. Otis Pimpleton

Here we have Otis Pimpleton, a boxing trainer taking on this Challenger in a quick sparring match. This kid must have regretted that decision after the first body shot cuz that looked like it hurt. I think he actually challenged him to a 100-yard dash because he just kept running around the ring the entire time.

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3. Jiu Jitsu Black Belt

Now we have a 29 year old purple belt rolling around with an older black belt.

[Interview]:

I kept trying to get my hand in there and it was pretty tight but I got that hand to my ear to defend it. Drive my elbow down on his chest. So as you can tell he’s pretty jazzed about getting that sweep. And see you got my leg right there that’s what I’m talking about. He prevented the arm by catching that leg and you get that right leg over. See I’m controlling his leg this time cuz I don’t want him to not 100% on that arm bar, see. I thought he tapped, but he didn’t.

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The thing that you can really see in this video is the difference in intensity and patience. The young guy tries to go for the submission quickly, when he sees the opportunity. Well the black belt just waits for the opening and he gets a lot of submissions on this poor guy.

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2. Ernesto Burgamascow

So this is another video that you may have seen because they are amazing. This is Ernesto Burgamascow who’s an ex-boxer teaching a lesson to two guys. The first guy was actually trying to fight back, but the second guy just seems like he wanted to feel what the guy had. Burgamascow does not take any of these challenges like me he goes fallout throwing some damn powerful punches.

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1. Kyuzo Mifune

This 70-plus old man is Kyuzo Mifune and he was only 5 foot 2 and is seen here demonstrating his god of judo skills to his many students. Of course they are going easy on each other since this is training and the guy is 75 years old but he is able to lift those guys up like it was nothing. Also some of that throw in defense is incredible. He hangs onto the back like a baby opossum going for a ride on its mother.

So there you have it guys. Some old men showed that age is just a number. Any sport that requires a ton of skills and once you learn it it’s hard to forget it. Thanks for watching this
video. See you next time!




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