Breaking Into A Boxer's Home

Burglar’s Face Gets Destroyed After Breaking Into A Boxer’s Home

Breaking Into A Boxer's Home
Julian Sonny

The man on the left is 19-year-old Jonathan Wise, who ended up looking like that after breaking into a boxer’s home.

Wise is being held by Oklahoma City Police on suspicion of burglary, after allegedly breaking into the home of Norm Houston, a kickboxing personal trainer.

Wise had two black and bloodied eyes, and also required stitches following the incident.

“I heard a thumbing noise on my garage door,” said Houston, who is 5’6″ and weighs 220 pounds.

“I swung open my backdoor and somebody was standing there.”

Houston said Wise entered the home by breaking a side-window to access the garage.


When Houston approached Wise,Wise allegedly threw the first punch before receiving the epic ass whooping.

The burglar started out by apologizing to him for getting into the garage, and said he had fixed the damage – only to follow that up by punching him in the face,” said Police Master Sgt. Gary Knight.

Houston said he was “not the toughest, but I can hold my own.”

Houston is a personal trainer who specializes in kickboxing and regular boxing.

I had to defend myself, and drive him out to the front until I could get some assistance,” said Houston of the incident.

“Stay aware of your surrounding, keep an eye out, and stay on your toes.”

Stephen Willard | Elite.

Julian Sonny

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