Guy tries to last three minutes with 105lb Michelle Waterson – Could you?

Guy tries to last three minutes with 105lb Michelle Waterson

Martial arts supplement company Onnit Labs put together a challenge for a cash prize. The challenge was for them to pull a supposed civilian off the street to see if he could last a full round with the Karate hottie, Michelle Waterson.

It didn’t look like it was just a guy fresh off the street but it’s hard to tell because he wasn’t able to throw any strikes of his own. Basically, he was a punching bag for the karate hottie for three minutes.

The rules were that he couldn’t strike, hold, or wrestle back. He was allowed to move out of the way, but not run. He was required to ‘engage’ the whole time.

The guy was able to continue moving forward and seemed to be able to deflect and defend most of the karate hottie’s attacks. He did get caught a couple of times, but it’s possible that Michelle’s 105lb frame just couldn’t generate enough power to take the much bigger guy out, and it’s possible that he’s had some training as well.

Did he end up lasting the whole three minutes and get the money? Watch the video to find out!

Michelle Waterson is a mixed martial artist who competes in the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC). She is the former Invicta FC Atomweight Champion.

Waterson was the #6-ranked pound-for-pound female MMA fighter in the world by MMARising.com and the #1-ranked Atomweight (105 lbs) according to the Unified Women’s and Fight Matrix all by the end of 2013.

A karate student since the age of 10, Waterson holds a Black Belt in American Freestyle Karate and has also trained in WuShu, Muay Thai, Brazilian jiu-jitsu, boxing, and wrestling.

Waterson rose to fame as a contestant on the Muay Thai-themed Fight Girls reality show on the Oxygen television network. She was also featured as one of the fighters in the MTV/MTV2 reality show Bully Beatdown. [source: wiki]

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