Found June 08, 2012 on
The Last Angry Fan:
UFC fighter Nick ” The Promise” Ring, currently in Calgary preparing for next month’s UFC 149, had just finished up a yoga class when he decided to stop in a local Starbucks this past Wednesday night. As he was leaving the tore Ring noticed a group of 10 people viciously attacking a teenage couple who were waiting at a bus stop, so the MMA star decided to even up the odds a little and jumped in to aid the battered couple.
After checking on the welfare of the victims, Ring chased the suspects, eventually catching one of the alleged attackers with the help of another bystander. Calgary police, who Ring had called while chasing down the hooligans, apprehended five or six more members of the mob, all of whom were in the 15 to 17-year-old range.
Said the heroic Ring (via The Calgary Herald)…
“This one girl had another girl by her hair and was kneeing her in the face while her boyfriend was trying to protect the poor girl. It was right out of a movie, they were holding him back and bea...
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Calgary’s hometown UFC fighter Nick Ring can now add Good Samaritan to his check list. At approximately 9:15 p.m. Wednesday night, Ring, who had just finished a yoga class, was leaving a local Starbucks when he witnessed a group of about 10 juveniles aged 15-18 beating up and robbing a young couple, both 17, waiting at a bus stop.
Ring witnessed the one female assailant holding...
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The middleweight witnessed one female assailant holding the female victim by...