LOS ANGELES, CA - APRIL 27: James Oh, owner of Tom Liquor store located at the intersection of Florence and Normandy Avenues in South Los Angeles, waits on a customer on April 27, 2012 in Los Angeles, California. The intersection was the scene of the beating of truck driver Reginald Denny on April 29, 1992 during the early stages of the Los Angeles riots. It’s been 20 years since the Rodney King verdict that sparked the riots. (Photo by Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images)

A guy in China tried to rob a store with a knife, but the owner fought back and knocked him out cold.  And it was captured on the store’s security cam. 

It starts with the robber, who’s wearing a surgical mask, standing at the counter and playing on his phone while the shopkeeper bags his groceries.  Then he pulls out his knife, and they immediately start fighting.

They go off camera for a bit, and when they’re back the knife is gone and the shopkeeper is totally in control.  He’s getting most of the punches in and takes the guy down to the floor.

During the mayhem the owner’s wife called the cops and they eventually show up to arrest the guy . . . but the shopkeeper gets in a few more punches.  Then the video cuts to the aftermath and you see the guy on the floor completely knocked out.

Both of them had minor injuries.

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A shop owner beat up and knocked a man trying to rob him with a knife..