It’s the Ultimate Showdown! Watch as The Try Guys get tossed around by professional UFC fighters and train to fight each other.
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I wish they would have trained for a month intensely to do a real match like the girls did. I know that with Gracie/Brazilian Jiujitsu training Zach would have been more empowered and able to hold his own in the ring. That’s what I want to see! 🥋
Love how Zach had to say "They just hug" even if Keith lost, he kind of was the winner, he had Ned under control and prevented that one of them could get hurt . . . giving great hugs should have been named as his skill too ^^
+Kaiser Franz von Lappen der 2. In my case, I've been thin for most of my life. I'd have to train like Vikings if I want to get past 52kg. Another reason why I drink 3 to 4 glasses of milk daily. People may tell us otherwise, but they're biased against short or small people like us.
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