Man with Oversized Right Arm Becomes Arm-Wrestling Champion

A German man has taken his physical handicap and turned it into a competitive advantage. Mattias Schlitte was born with a bone disorder that caused his right arm to grow to two times the size of his left arm and it has left doctors baffled. The most impressive competitive right arm since Henry Rowengartner’s in […]

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A German man has taken his physical handicap and turned it into a competitive advantage. Mattias Schlitte was born with a bone disorder that caused his right arm to grow to two times the size of his left arm and it has left doctors baffled.

The most impressive competitive right arm since Henry Rowengartner’s in “Rookie of the Year” has found an advantage in arm wrestling.

Schlitte’s 18-inch right forearm has become an asset in achieving glory, notoriety and respect in the arm-wrestling community. He trains out of his basement doing up to 500 arm curls a day. You can watch him compete in a crucial match in the video below.

Via Reddit