ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - A man, who is accused of using his martial arts training on a police officer during a traffic stop, has been arrested.
Robert Ring is charged with battery on a police officer.
Early Saturday morning police pulled him over saying his plates were expired.
Police say as Ring got out of his car, he started cussing at officers.
When they tried to get him under control he said "I’ll choke you out, I train with Chris Luttrell."
Officers say Ring did something that showed he really did know a thing or two about martial arts and tried to knock the officer to the ground.
Ring is now in jail.
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