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Champion Arm Wrestler Has One--And Only One--Fantastically Developed Arm


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Mattias "Hellboy" Schlitte of Germany has a huge Popeye-like forearm. It's ripped with muscles that he has developed after several years of rigorous training. Schlittle uses that arm to win arm wrestling competitions around the world.


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His left arm, in contrast, is not muscular. That's because Schlitte was born with a rare genetic disorder that increased the size of the bones in his right forearm. That forearm is a whopping 18 inches in circumference.

Schlitte's career began in 2004 when he was 17 years old. He describes the experience:

In 2004, a little bar in Haldensleben was looking for the strongest armwrestler in the region – my first tournament and the beginning of my career. Without any knowledge or practise I competed in the amateur-class up to 90kg – being only 16 years old with a weight of 65kg. At first, older and more experienced fighters smiled at me for being so light-weighted, but after winning the contest the opinions changed immediately.


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Here's a funny commercial that Schlitte made for an Australian tool company.

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"Hellboy" is an apt nickname!

A story for you: My wife's late uncle was one challenged to an arm wrestling contest by a professional arm wrestler. Now, he was kind of a skinny, unathletic middle-aged guy at the time - but he handily beat the professional. Stunned, the guy asked him how in the world could he be so strong. Bowling, he answered. My wife's uncle was a bowling champ who bowled every single day for decades.
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