If you ever were uncertain that women can kick men’s butts, this may just change your mind. In the mid 90’s Georgia Ranger units began to incorporate BJJ into their training programs, but soldiers did not simply want to practice these techniques, they wanted to compete. In 2008, the Army started putting on Combative events, where both men and women participated. These events have been going on every year since, with five in 2011. The most recent event was held this past Feb. in Fort Hood, Texas, with 300 men and 25 women competing. Have a look at the second half of the tourney.

Source: LA Times