The World’s Strongest Man fought in KSW a few days ago, here’s the video…

If you take every character in the DC Universe and combine them, the end result would be Mariusz Pudzianowski’s forearm. He is the living incarnate of everything bad the Catholic religion said would happen to you if you used a contraceptive. You could probably swing asteroid belts around Pudzianowski’s arms. Prior to his Moosin fight against Tim Sylvia, everyone thought this guy would be next in line to smash heads with Brock Lesnar, Fedor Emelianenko, Ubereem or whatever unstoppable force in MMA one could possibly conceive of at the time. Unfortunately at Moosin, Tim Sylvia forced the Pudz to tap to a flurry of strikes early in the second round. The frate trane that was Mariusz Pudzianowski was temporarily derailed, but immediately placed on track after his domination of Butterbean at KSW 14. Since then, Pudz has only lost once and received a bizarre No Contest due to a ‘judging error’ at KSW 17 (a fight in which Thompson grabbed the microphone and had his own Kanye West moment).

A few days ago at KSW 20, the world’s strongest man etched another mark in the win column in his 5-2 career by delivering Christos Piliafas a blitzkrieg of ground strikes that shifted the guy’s entire body with each blow. Rag doll physics were at play that night in Gdańsk, Poland — and the results were highly entertaining. Check out the bout below.

Published on September 21, 2012 at 5:03 pm
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