Female MMA fighter leaves 'thief' with bloodied face in Argentina

You messed with the WRONG woman! 4ft 11in female MMA fighter leaves ‘thief’ with bloodied face after ‘he tried to steal her phone’ in Argentina

  • Brisa, the 20-year old MMA fighter, fought off the alleged thief in Mar del Plata 
  • The suspect allegedly grabbed her phone and ran off as she was leaving work 
  • She chased after him, held him in a headlock and left him with a bloodied face 

This is the moment a female MMA fighter left a man with a bloodied face in front of a crowd of onlookers after he allegedly tried to steal her phone in Argentina. 

Brisa, the 4ft 11in 20-year-old in the footage, said her phone was taken as she was leaving work in Mar del Plata last week – prompting her to give chase. 

With the help of a friend, she caught up with the suspected thief and shouted at bystanders to stop him, before confronting him on the pavement.   

Furious at the alleged theft attempt, she dealt him a series of MMA-style blows that left him bleeding from the head.  


Fightback: A 4ft 11in MMA fighter left a man with a bloodied face in front of a crowd of onlookers after he allegedly tried to steal her phone in Argentina

Brisa held the man in a headlock on the ground and pulled his hair, local media says, and shouted in his ear as after he was left bleeding.

She told him: ‘Son of a b*tch, get a job! You think I spend all day locked up at work just so you can steal from me in three seconds?’ 

The young woman did not release the suspect until the police arrived and took him away in handcuffs, local media said. The investigation is ongoing.


Brisa (left), the 4ft 11in 20-year-old in the footage, said her phone was taken as she was leaving work in Mar del Plata last week – prompting her to give chase and confront him (right)

Brisa later explained that she was full of ‘hatred’ because she spent months saving up to buy the new smartphone.

She said during an interview on the TV show Nosotros a La Manana: ‘I spent all day working during a pandemic with a reduced salary and I refused to accept this guy coming along and making more than half my wages in three seconds.

‘Hopefully this guy never steals again. I was lucky because I know how to defend myself as I practice MMA, but I don’t want it to happen to anyone else.’

She added: ‘I’m proud of how I acted and I don’t regret a thing.’

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