Massive Sumo Wrestler Gets Slammed Into Ground And The Earth Literally Shakes

I didn’t even know something like this was possible.

Sumo wrestling is all about forcing your opponent out of a circular ring or, if you can, getting them to touch the ground with anything other than the soles of their feet. This is typically how a match goes:

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But during the 13th annual U.S. Sumo Open, which began on Sunday in Los Angeles, the three-time World Sumo Champion Byamba decided to do things a little differently against his opponent Kelly Gneiting. At first it all seemed normal…

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But then Byamba picked up Gneiting, who weighs over 400 pounds, and slammed him to the ground, causing what I can only assume was a massive earthquake throughout downtown L.A.

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Good lord.

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As far as we know, Gneiting is not dead.

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6. Watch the video here (WARNING: LOUD):

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