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INSANE SUMO HIGHLIGHT

Fat Guy In Diaper

Slams Other Fat Guy In Diaper

9/17/2013 8:50 AM PDT BY TMZ STAFF



It's possiby the greatest Fat-on-Fat takedown of all time -- an XXXXL SUPLEX at the U.S. Sumo Open in L.A. this weekend ... and it was all caught on tape.

The Slammer -- Byambajav "Byamba" Ulambayar
6'1", 346 lbs ... and the reigning U.S. Sumo Open champ

The Slammee -- Kelly "Big Tree" Gneiting
6'0", 420 lbs ... and pink diaper enthusiast

The two clashed in the sumo circle on Sunday ... and the slam was so ferocious, some spectators say they could feel the fat shock wave ripple through the stadium.

Sumo Fun Fact -- Byamba, of Mongolian decent, is 59-1 in his sumo wrestling career.

The one loss? Unclear. Probably some other fat bastard ...

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Dead account Delete at will    

yup big guys in diapers... ok great sports team you guys have going on there. no report of games, just drug use and sumo. great job! Oh and the stupid mascot thing. UFC is generally going on, theres actual football games happing too. Just a FYI TMZ

347 days ago
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Azi    

That's one strong round dude ! Do sumo wrestlers ride the handicapped carts at department stores or Walmart, or do they walk for exercise ?

347 days ago
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Kelly    

So who's the new closet case "writer" that's so obsessed with mens' azzes and crotches lately?

347 days ago
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All Heart    

Ugh. I can' "un-see" that. Where's my whisky?

347 days ago
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Tracy    

I know people like to joke about sumo wrestlers being fat, but c'mon, these guys move around and train tons everyday. For somebody who is 400 - 600lb in weight they're incredibly mobile, this is cause it's not all fat. There is a ton of muscle in there under a layer of fat (training and diet helps them get that way, much like a body builder). Pick a regular fattie off the streets to go in that ring and I promise you he would not stand a chance.

347 days ago
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popculture!     

59-1 is actually pretty impressive--but then again I don't really follow Sumo wrestling...

347 days ago

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