Three Pro-Wrestlers battle a male lion in tug of war
In an exciting treat for visitors to the San Antonio Zoo this week, three WWE wrestlers went head to head with one young male lion in the most exciting tug of war contest you’ve seen since you were in high school! Chuck has the story.
That’s right, ladies and wankers. The mane event tonight is an exciting battle between a young male lion and three WWE wrestlers, Killian Dain, Ricochet and Fabian Aichner.
Evidently, these three meatheads had no idea about the power of the magic slipper before the contest began. If they did, you’d have to assume the whole thing would be a non-event.
Anyway, without the magic slipper, without a ladder, without a table and without a steel chair, the three wrestlers somehow found their way into a tug-of-war that wasn’t choreographed and wasn’t fake. Their opponent, a young male lion, has yet to hit puberty and grow a kickass head of hair, but he is, by all accounts, known to compete with pride!
When the video begins, you can see the big cat has a pretty firm grip on the rope. He’s planted his paws, he’s assumed the ‘nah, f**k you position’ and he ain’t budging. The wrestlers, stymied by the concept of real competition aren’t exactly sure what to do.
Zoo staff love it as well. You can see they’ve had to deal with this absolute tugger of a cat in the past by the grins on their faces. “Let us know when you’re ready to tap out,” one of them catcalls the wrestlers.
Eventually, the three wrestlers do just that, realising they’re probably doing battle with one of the strongest pussies in the world.
Final thought: How good is the tug-of-war? It’s an event we should see more of – particularly if it involves people competing against animals. Imagine three midgets going up against a raging adult gorilla. Picture three amputees trying to out-tug a gaggle of geese. Visualise three roller-derby lezzos competing against a f**ken hippo. I’d pay to watch that sh*t!
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H/T: Daily Mail.