Video: 420-pound sumo wrestler gets body slammed by opponent
A career in the WWE awaits Byambajav Ulambayar after he ended this match in devastating fashion.
If there isn’t a Jim Ross dub of this video by the end of the day, the internet should hang its head in shame.
At the 2013 US Sumo Open earlier this month, one match ended in spectacular fashion. Mongolian wrestler Byambajav Ulambayar was facing American Kelly "Man of Fat Steel" Gneiting (seriously, that’s his nickname) and rather than go through the usual pushing, shoving, grunting and mauling that constitutes most sumo matches, Byamba went for an old-fashioned body slam on his massive 420-pound opponent.
And he did it with ease. Byamba is no small man himself, tipping the scales at 346 pounds, but this is still seriously impressive.
WARNING: Before you watch the video, please turn down the volume as this is one seriously loud clip.
Hat-tip to Deadspin for the video.