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Railway Worker Wins World Toe Wrestling Championship

He toe-tally nailed it! 😅🦶


After two decades of dedicated training and enduring numerous broken bones, Ben Woodroffe, a 34-year-old railway worker, has achieved the remarkable feat of becoming the world champion of toe-wrestling.

World Champion Toe Wrestler Ben Woodroffe,34, from Walsall.

In his pursuit of victory in this eccentric sport, Ben made a bold decision to undergo a surgical procedure to remove his toenails, providing him with a competitive edge. Undeterred by the challenges, he fearlessly faced off against a formidable opponent, a 17-time world champion, and emerged triumphant, claiming the highly coveted crown.

World Champion Toe Wrestler Ben Woodroffe,34

Ben’s fascination with toe-wrestling began at the age of 14 when his parents introduced him to the captivating world of competitive toe-wrestling. From that moment, he wholeheartedly dedicated himself to honing his skills and perfecting his technique, tirelessly working towards his dream of participating in the World Toe Wrestling Championships.


His relentless pursuit of excellence finally reached fruition as he outmaneuvered reigning champion Alan ‘Nasty’ Nash in a gripping contest, cementing his status as the new titleholder. Ben’s remarkable journey serves as a testament to the power of determination and passion, inspiring others to pursue their own unconventional dreams.