WATCH: US Marine vs. Special Ops Super Heavyweight Brawl

Two big dudes battling it out in a military brawl…

Military fighting shows have been around for years. With such a combat-fuelled lifestyle, it’s no surprise that service men and women enjoy some boxing or martial arts in their spare time.

The tradition of military fighting takes place in many forms. Particularly in the modern day, MMA is becoming a far more popular pursuit. Looking back, it’s the sport of boxing that was prominent in the past.

CAMP PENDLETON: (Feb. 1, 2012) Army Spc. Steven Nelson drives a straight jab into Air Force Tech Sgt. Thomas Jacobs during the preliminaries of the 2012 Armed Forces Boxing Championship at Camp Pendleton, Calif, Jan. 31. Nelson fights for the All-Army Boxing team in the 178lb. weight class. Nelson won the fight 20-8. The Pentagon Channel covers all the action for it's Armed Forces Boxing series, set to air March 9. (Photo by MC2(SW/AW) Elliott Fabrizio)
CAMP PENDLETON: (Feb. 1, 2012) Army Spc. Steven Nelson drives a straight jab into Air Force Tech Sgt. Thomas Jacobs during the preliminaries of the 2012 Armed Forces Boxing Championship at Camp Pendleton, Calif, Jan. 31. Nelson fights for the All-Army Boxing team in the 178lb. weight class. Nelson won the fight 20-8. The Pentagon Channel covers all the action for it’s Armed Forces Boxing series, set to air March 9. (Photo by MC2(SW/AW) Elliott Fabrizio)

Super Heavyweight Video Below

The subject of today’s article features two absolutely massive boxers. From the USA Marine corps recon is Greg Hoesing. Standing six foot two inches tall, Hoesing weighs in at 216 pounds, a beast of a man.

Making Hoesing look tiny is his Finnish special ops opponent. Jari Keskinen is also six foot two inches, but outweighs Hoesing by a fair margin. Keskinen is a whopping 252 pounds. This super heavyweight brawl is very entertaining.

Russian Spetsnaz vs. US Special Ops Below

Next we have a Russian Spetsnaz operative against a US Special Ops. Unfortunately it’s the USA whp again take a big defeat. The difference this time is the knockout is as clean as the come.

US Marine KO’s Spetsnaz Below

Finally, we’ll leave with a video of the USA getting a win. In this clip, US Marine Recon John Bates scores a dominant knockout win against the Russians. Enjoy on the Youtube player below:

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