Last week, when the Olympians absorbed hard punches, strongman Eddie Hall sent gymnast Nile Wilson to fly through the air, which fully demonstrated the fight against the strongest man in the world. risk.
However, this performance of strength did not prevent another mismatched game from happening this week, when UFC champion Dustin Poirier (Dustin Poirier) participated in the four-time world’s strongest man Brian Shaw sparring competition , Run Run Run just posted the showdown on his YouTube channel.
On paper, the duel looks strikingly similar to Wilson Hall’s stunt: According to your eyes, Shaw is about 6̵
Poirier quickly established his credibility. In the opening time of the video, “Diamond” has been treated in the clinic-literally explaining to Shaw how to smash a heavy bag. After they graduated and completed some pad work, Shaw happily invited Poirier to try his best to kick the pad. (He hardly dared to waver.) When Shaw gained support, you could start to see the shadow of Wilson-Hall’s encounter, and even because of Shaw’s strong blow, Porill flew back.
Finally, the two started doing business and practiced submitting books-especially some side and back positions. “I will see if I can disappoint you, walk around, or succumb to you,” Polier said. It is ridiculous that he stopped and added: “But I did see this guy lifting a dumbbell as heavy as me.”
In the ensuing battle, it was impressive to see Poirier use his powerful MMA skills to deal with Shaw’s size and strength. On the contrary, you can’t help but ask, what kind of damage a person with Shaw’s genetic talent, even with basic MMA training level, might cause.
If nothing else, he might be the referee in the long-awaited boxing match between Eddie Hall and Sol Bjornsen later this year.
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