A UFC fighter used his skills in the ring to catch a carjacker in the real world.

In a wild video caught on security footage, UFC fighter Jordan Williams whipped the hell out of an alleged car thief with violent knee strikes after he says the guy tried to steal his whip after Williams left his car running at a gas station in Denver to run in and grab a drink. The whole incident was caught on video.

The 30-year-old MMA star says it all went down on Wednesday. He says the scene was captured on surveillance video claiming that you can see the man trying to steal his ride.

According to the Blaze, the car was still running, but because of push-to-start technology, it could not be driven if the key was more than five feet away from the vehicle. Williams approached the vehicle with his key, but “the drive capability re-engaged and the perp began backing up,” Williams had a much different plan in mind before the burglar probably escape with the car believing he already got the car.

Jordan Williams

Unfortunately, the idiot driver was about to discover the opposite. He learned a hard lesson about how serious a mistake he had made rather than pulling off a successful carjacking.

Security camera footage shows Williams carrying a stylish fanny pack. Opening the driver’s side door, Williams clinches the assailant — landing at least three knee strikes, before pulling the man from the vehicle, who then takes off beyond reach of the CCTV camera.

Jordan Williams

The meeting was made even better when Williams shared the video with his followers on Instagram, describing it as a “short yet profound lesson for the thief.” Later, it was uploaded to YouTube sports channels like MMA Focus and others.

The Wisconsin native claimed that he would have preferred to land numerous ground strikes on the would-be thief before he took off, as well as attempting to net himself a sponsorship with a fannypack manufacturer.

“I opened the door, and it’s funny, the first thing I did was throw the stuff I bought on the passenger seat, and, then, I proceeded to punch the guy. After the first punch, he said, ‘OK, I’m sorry, I’m sorry.’ I was able to get some knees on him, as he was exiting out,” an amused Jordan Williams told ESPN.

Williams said he wishes he could have taught the guy a little bit more, despite the fact that he appeared to have learned his lesson, in an Instagram post, featuring the security footage, he wrote: “Wish I would of [sic] hit him with the trip after the clinch work when I tossed him out of the whip, and finish off with some ground and pound but I’ll settle with getting my car back.”

Williams joked, “Forgot your hat?!,” over a picture of the man’s hat that he had left behind during the altercation as he ended the security video footage.

Watch the video below for more details:

Sources: Taphaps, ESPN, The Blaze

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