In the sphere of athletes that have the ability to defy all odds, Zion Clark’s name is etched in golden. Renowned as the ‘fastest man on two hands’, Clark has just achieved another unbelievable feat- winning his professional debut as a mixed martial artist.
“NO EXCUSES” is the motto Clark follows in his life, and its what he has also tattoed on his back. A multiple Guinness World Records holder, Clark was born without no legs, due to a rare condition called Caudal Regression Syndrome.
Now aged 25, there are little to no feats that is left for Clark to achieve, and the latest to tick off the list is winning his pro MMA debut.
The Guinness world record holder for the fastest person to walk on their hands, Clark made his debut in the cage against Eugene Murray at Gladiator Challenge: Seasons Beatings this weekend at the Valley Center in San Diego.
Clark not only astonished everyone by performing a takedown on Murray, utilizing his wrestling background, but also won the fight via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27).
Check out a clip of his takedown below-
Zion Clark, a wrestler with no legs, takes down his opponent in his first MMA match 😳🥊 pic.twitter.com/JD1gWuNyBN
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