The latest innovation in reality sports is World Championship Armwrestling (WCA). Utilizing a unique machine called "The Enforcer," this new approach to armwrestling prevents cheating and levels the playing field.
Unlike traditional hand-to-hand armwrestling contests, participants in WCA contests do not lock hands. Instead, each grasps a handle on the Enforcer, requiring both contestants to use the same arm position and approach. By eliminating participants’ ability to use varying techniques, the machine makes the contest a true test of strength.
The machine’s electronic scoreboard keeps track of time and lets contestants and spectators know much time is left and who is in the lead. Tournaments are held in five men’s weight divisions and two women’s weight divisions.
WCA armwrestling is gaining popularity at fairs, clubs and corporate events.
Sounds like a great "macho" activity to impress your date with your unwavering strength. Unless, of course, you lose…
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‘The Enforcer' Machine Prevents WCA Competitors From Cheating
- By: Stratosphere SurferMar 6, 2009