Joseph Lozito single-handedly captured man who killied or wounded 8 people

"I wasn't going to go down without a fight. I took his best shots and I am still standing."

“…As Gelman approaches, Lozito does the last thing the knife-wielding maniac expected – he attacks. Without warning, this 260-pound wrecking ball of awesome beardage leaps up from his seat, driving his chest into the spree-killer’s chest Goldberg Spear style.

Both men crash to the floor of the Subway, and a battle for life and death immediately ensues. Lozito is pinning the guy to the turf, desperately trying to grab control of the knife, and Gelman is slashing wildly at anything he can reach. His face and head are sliced and bleeding badly, but Lozito never even considers anything other than pummeling this guy mercilessly about the head and neck.

Lozito looks his enemy in the eyes and unflinchingly tells him, “You’ve messed with the wrong guy. You’d better hope I die, because I’m coming to kill you.”

Joseph Lozito, the Subway Hero of New York, had single-handedly captured a man responsible for killing or wounding eight people in a 28-hour period, and had probably saved the lives of everyone on that subway car through his incredible determination, ridiculous bravery, and a seemingly-unflinching dedication to wrecking the asses of horrible murdering bastards.”

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