The World's Strongest Man competition is the only place where it's socially acceptable to move a car that you don't own with your arms. I don't think that would fly anywhere else unless you've been exposed to gamma radiation, in which case...it's cool. The only cars I've moved with my arms were a handful of Micro Machines from my friend's closet in 4th grade as payback for him ripping my 1991 Silver Surfer Marvel Hologram Card. I've never forgiven him to this day and he still doesn't know about his Micro Machines (and will never know, because he's dead...seriously).
It's hard to explain the mechanics of the universe without including Mariusz Pudzianowski somewhere in it. Perhaps when our sun eventually dies, Mariusz Pudzianowski will climb out of it and reignite our solar system by pulling a train attached to a rope or placing large stones on top five exponentially high pillars. All of those scenarios are silly. We know that if the sun starts dying, it's because Pudzianowski low-kicked it.
The Pudz is scrapping against Bob Sapp this Saturday at KSW 19. For months we wanted to know what was going through the mind of the world's strongest man just before his seventh professional MMA bout. Now some clever Polish-English translator read our minds and created this video in conjunction with Konfrontacja Sztuk Walki. It's interesting enough that we would publish it on MiddleEasy. You must trust our judgement, folks.