Chad The Beast Hardy (165lb) Goes Against 325lb Wrestler

Chad The Beast Hardy (165lb) Goes Against 325lb Wrestler


Chad The Beast Hardy recently shared an interesting video from absolute finals. Hardy, who weighs around 165lbs aka 75kg was faced with a wrestler twice his size.

The man in question was a division 3 wrestler.

Senior wrestler Rob Arnett has been named the Wabash College Student-Athlete Advisory Committee Athlete of the Week for the period ending February 7, 2010.

Arnett posted three individual victories to win the 285-pound weight class during this past weekend’s Mid-States Conference Wrestling Championships held at Wabash College. Two of his three victories were by pin. He won the championship bout by a final score of 5 – 2 over Dylan Forbes from Trine University.

The SAAC Little Giant Player of the Week award is a selective process in which the SAAC board, composed of representative athletes from each varsity sport, votes on players who have been nominated by their coaches, based upon the athlete’s performance during the past week. The Player of the Week award is announced every Tuesday on the Wabash Sports Home page.


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Hardy wrote:

 First off no disrispect to any of my opponents in the video.

I am posting this to showcase my jiujitsu skills and prove the techniques I show really do work.

This is video starts in the third round of overtime it was the only video my buddy got unfortunately. Maybe someone else has the rest and I will post it later but as of now this is it.

I have never been this sore in my life after going against him haha it was a fun match and he is a great guy. I’ve seen him destroy people since I was 12 years old competing me being on that list as a 16 year old trying out the absolute lol

Also a big thanks to the ego for throwing an amazing tournament