Bodybuilder’s arm snaps in half while arm wrestling with a much smaller man

He thought this was going to be an easy matchup when he seen the size of his opponent but things went horribly wrong.

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Various factors can play a part in one’s success in arm wrestling. Technique and overall arm strength are the two greatest contributing factors to winning an arm wrestling match.[1] Other factors such as the length of an arm wrestler’s arm, his/her muscle and arm mass/density, hand grip size, wrist endurance and flexibility, reaction time, as well as countless other traits, can add to the advantages of one arm wrestler over another[citation needed]. It is sometimes used to prove who is stronger between two or more people. In competitive arm wrestling, as sanctioned by the United States Armwrestling Federation (USAF), arm wrestling is performed with both competitors standing up with their arms placed on a tournament arm wrestling table[citation needed]. Arm wrestling tournaments are also divided into weight classes as well as left and right-handed divisions. Furthermore, strict rules such as fouls given to penalties (such as the competitor’s elbow leaving a matted area where the elbow is to remain at all times, or a false start), and trying to escape a possible arm pin by breaking the grip with the opponent may result in a loss at the table[citation needed]. Paraphrasing USAF rules, arm wrestlers must straighten their wrists without a time lapse of one minute during competition.

The World Armwrestling Federation (WAF) is the universally recognized global governing body of professional arm wrestling and comprises 80 member countries. Some noted top arm wrestling competitors include John Brzenk (hailed as the greatest arm wrestler of all time),[4] Alexey Voyevoda, Zaur Tskhadadze, Travis Bagent, Denis Cyplenkov, Andriy Pushkar, Oleh Zhokh, Tim Bresnan, Devon Larratt, Ion Oncescu, Neil Pickup and Jerry Cadorette. Allen Fisher is of high acclaim, for he has won 26 world championships[citation needed]. He is one of the oldest multiple world champion title holders in the sport of arm wrestling at 55 years of age in the year 2011. Heidi Andersson is a female arm wrestler from Sweden who has won eleven world championships between 1998 and 2014.

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John Brzenk is known mostly for his array of techniques which change almost every time he is engaged in competition, even with the same opponent within the same match. As of Summer 2008, John Brzenk is ranked #1 in North America.[citation needed] Ron Bath is known for his use of the Top Roll technique which emphasizes a ‘roll’ of the wrist as he brings the opponent’s wrist down.[citation needed] Travis Bagent, like Brzenk, is known for his wide array of techniques, coupled with his massive strength and explosive style.[citation needed] Many of Bagent’s matches have ended in seconds. Bagent is considered the best left-handed arm wrestler in the world and is currently ranked second overall in North America, as of summer of 2008.

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Arm wrestling puts enormous torque/torsion stress on the upper arm’s humerus bone to a degree seen in few other physical activities.[8] Most people’s bones are not accustomed to being significantly stressed in this direction, and injuries can occur. The arm typically fails because of a diagonal break at or below the midpoint between the shoulder and the elbow; this is known as the ‘break arm’ position.