I have seen and been part of scenes like this (on the receiving end).
Of course, it was whites and we were boys. When I read Lord of the Flies for a school assignment, I said to my 10th grade teacher, “This is nothing. We are far more cruel to each other than those castaway English boys.”
One thing I have observed about Chinese kung fu as compared to Western fighting arts, is that kung fu people have more longevity. In the West you’ll meet men who say, “Yeah, I used to box when I was a kid/in college/in the military,” but they don’t any more. THe kung fu people keep doing it until they are dead, and while they live they continue to improve, and they can teach their kids and grandkids and whomever else.
That poor girl in the blue just needed some conditioning where she could pick up her legs and use her legs to scissor catch the one in gray and pull her down and roll. Their striking game is very lacking as well, it amounts to “who gets control of the other’s hair.” When gray had hold of blue’s hair, blue should have squatted down and charged and then picked up gray and body slammed her. On the stairs, she could have flipped gray down the stairs. But blue had no fighting game at all. Also, if blue had an edged weapon secreted on her somewhere, she could have slashed up gray’s legs.
I admit I felt very bad for blue. I remembered that sort of thing happening to me, which is why martial arts is a favorite hobby of mine to this day.
We can’t send OUR children in the world with no fighting game. Even women who are going to be mothers or are mothers can learn wing chun and some groundfighting and conditioning. They don’t have to actually fight, but just be able to teach fighting biomechanics to their children. It’s worth learning the biomechanics without becoming a fighter, without “testing it out.”
Here’s a good wing chun video.