Worlds first female sumo wrestler flattens polar bear in exhibition match
October 30, 2009 24 Comments
The National Reporter
Janeen Brown wowed the audiance at Japans famous Budokan arena last week when she became the first female competitor in the sport of sumo wrestling.
For her very first exhibition appearance, Janeen who weiged in at 1167 Lbs. wrestled with a 1214 Lb. polar bear named Chin chin.
“When they see me whoop this bear they is going to show me the respect I deserve.” Janeen said before the match.
When she walked into the arena she was met with boo’s and hisses from the male audiance.
Most of the fight attendees were confidant that Chin chin would end Janeens sumo career within moments after the match started.
But to their shock and horror, less than one minute into the match chin chin was pinned underneith Janeens sizable girth struggling to escape.
The referee, fearing for Chin chin’s life, stepped in and ended the match.
As soon as Janeen rolled off of him he got to his feet and scampered out the door with his tail between his legs amid the boo’s and cat calls from the angry crowd.
“No way did we think fat yankee woman would beat Chin chin, but fat woman beat Chin chin. We all very angry at stupid bear.” life long Sumo fan, Tanaka Wakanaka said.
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