— A man who subdued a would-be shoplifter at a Wal-Mart in Tallahassee attributed the move he used to WWE Hall of Fame wrestler Ric Flair.
After being caught stealing DVDs from the store, Kelvin Bispham pulled a knife on employees. Will Hudson, the Good Samaritan, got involved by restraining the “bigger” Bispham in a bear hug with a “grip hold.” The article, first published by Tallahassee.com, says that Hudson had first seen the move done by Ric Flair.
“He’s bigger than me, but I was holding him,” Hudson said in the article. “It’s hard to get out of the position when you grab them from behind.”
The deputy ultimately arrested Bispham.