Boy Who Saved His Sister From A Dog Attack Trains With Rener Gracie

Bridger Walker, the boy who went viral for saving his sister from a dog attack about 2-years ago, has visited Gracie University HQ and had a bit of fun training with Rener Gracie.

In a post on Rener’s instagram page, Walker can be seen playfully taking Rener’s back with a seatbelt grip and both hooks in while Rener playfully tries to shake him off. We also get to see Bridger smoothly transition from a mount to an RNC and show off triangles and armbars, while his siblings got a bit of instruction as well.

Bridger’s dad, Robert Walker, showed his gratitude with an instagram post as well, thanking Rener and the team at Gracie University HQ for giving his son positive role models. He also encourages parents to sign their kids up for jiu-jitsu, expressing the value it can provide.

Bridger continues to show his positivity, courage, and natural leadership through his training, and it will be exciting to see what the future holds for him.


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