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Object Wrestling

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Man or Woman vs cumbersome object.

(chairs/furniture, computers, appliances, pool toys/rafts, auto parts, garden tools/tools etc....)

Awarded points in these categories. Speed, Technique and Object Finish Condition vs Starting Condition. Each session is a set time, the wrestler races the clock. Only overweight judges allowed.

vfrackis, Dec 27 2015

The Exploits of Engelbrecht http://www.savoy.ab...uk/HTML/engelb.html
In which Engelbrecht the dwarf, member of the Surrealist Sports Club, boxes against a grandfather clock. [DrBob, Dec 28 2015]

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       Man vs. sofa ...   

8th of 7, Dec 27 2015

       When wrestling cumbersome objects fysics is your phriend.   

       You'll have to add a lot of weight for it to be a real contest.
Voice, Dec 28 2015

       Brilliant. However, if you have ever seen my husband attempting to assemble a bookcase from a box, you would know that the object always wins, in some weird way. I think. Great idea!
blissmiss, Dec 28 2015

       I agree hands down with [blissmiss], thinking Atlas stone. Then again, a large mm wetsuit might be humorous.
wjt, Dec 31 2015


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