you didnt read why he had to kill them so ill just ignore your ignorance on that. lining them up for the picture was probably proof to the person who hired him and him posing is because hes proud that he was able to get the animals attacking the other mans property. even if you dont agree hopefully you have the capacity to put yourself in his shoes.
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fair enough. my point still stands i believe. you're arm or hand might get torn up but just be virtue of the fact that all you have to do is roll over ontop of the wolf and crank its neck as hard as you can. dogs and wolves can only bite you. their claws are really not a threat so as long as you have control of the head youre safe.
edit: i have a BJJ background so establishing full guard just popped into my mind but after reading my post thats not clear at all. if you got a wolf in full guard and controlled the head then i think killing it wouldnt be to difficult. if not you would be able to keep yourself from being hurt to bad until someone can help or it tires out just by staying calm and letting it waste its energy(just like a white belt lol)
Last edited by undethknight; 2013-02-12 at 06:57 AM.
Well, more and more wolves are being sighted in Denmark (Confirmed wolves that is).
Wolves tends to avoid humans, so you have nothing to worry about.
It is believed wolves are coming back to Denmark, due to the increased sightings the last few years.
But, since they haven't existed in in Denmark for the last 200 years or something in that direction, it's pretty impressive they are coming back. It might be the current clima that's the reason for it.
Last edited by Ajax Epic; 2013-02-12 at 07:01 AM.
Ever physically play your dog? No ropes or toys, just you with your hands and your dog going ape $^%& trying to do whatever dogs do to have fun. Or have you ever watch american "professional" wrestling? Headlocks.
If a wolf pops up, do that stuff. Just do it seriously and snap his little neck.
Wolves aren't anything to be afraid unless they come in numbers. A single wolf is just a single kick away from major injury or death.
And he took a picture because, well, he was proud of the work he did. I swear, everything has to be sensationalized to something that it's not.
Looks like news in Denmark tries to terrify its citizens just like America's news :P
A solitary wolf spotted somewhere in the country of Denmark has got to be the least of anyone's concerns. You probably have a much greater chance of getting run over by a car.
Also, if we're going to compare against trained units... Lets compare with a human trained in K1 or a marine. It's not going to favor the odds for poochie that's for sure.
Last edited by Jevlin; 2013-02-12 at 07:22 AM.