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Iuzln
Tuesday, August 26th, 2003, 02:27 PM
Watching on TV some wrestling match,I have noted that heaviest wrestlers seem to be borreby.
Perhaps I'm in wrong but the average wrestler seem to be a nordic man in height with an alpine body.In fact they're not slender and also the skull seems brachicephal.
Clearly,also a non borreby nordic man can have those muscles doing many body-building,but i think that borrebys for their particular structure of the body,are the heaviest and strongest wrestlers.
Difficultly an hallstatt or other slender types nordics can develop the same size of muscles of a borreby.

Here's some pics:

http://smackdown.wwe.com/superstars/lesnar/images/04.jpg

http://smackdown.wwe.com/superstars/lesnar/images/brock1.jpg

Phlegethon
Tuesday, August 26th, 2003, 03:11 PM
Ever seen Samoans? Or Japanese sumo wrestler? WWF wrestling is a show, not a sport. And certainly not representative for real wrestling of which sumo is at least a variant.

goidelicwarrior
Tuesday, August 26th, 2003, 04:40 PM
Watching on TV some wrestling match,I have noted that heaviest wrestlers seem to be borreby.
Perhaps I'm in wrong but the average wrestler seem to be a nordic man in height with an alpine body.In fact they're not slender and also the skull seems brachicephal.
Clearly,also a non borreby nordic man can have those muscles doing many body-building,but i think that borrebys for their particular structure of the body,are the heaviest and strongest wrestlers.
Difficultly an hallstatt or other slender types nordics can develop the same size of muscles of a borreby.

Here's some pics:

http://smackdown.wwe.com/superstars/lesnar/images/04.jpg

http://smackdown.wwe.com/superstars/lesnar/images/brock1.jpg Ha .. what about a Basque

Allenson
Tuesday, August 26th, 2003, 05:13 PM
Watching on TV some wrestling match,I have noted that heaviest wrestlers seem to be borreby.
Perhaps I'm in wrong but the average wrestler seem to be a nordic man in height with an alpine body.In fact they're not slender and also the skull seems brachicephal.
Clearly,also a non borreby nordic man can have those muscles doing many body-building,but i think that borrebys for their particular structure of the body,are the heaviest and strongest wrestlers.
Difficultly an hallstatt or other slender types nordics can develop the same size of muscles of a borreby.

It's been noted before that UP types do seem to have an inherent ability to attain great muscle mass. Borrebys, Brunns and Falids as well.

Tore
Tuesday, August 26th, 2003, 07:19 PM
The World's Strongest man Competition is an event dominated by Upper Paleolithics.

Virtually all contestents are of Brunn, East Baltic, Borreby, or Phalian phenotype, and almost all of are of exclusive Northern European extraction.

Examples are:

http://www.mcshane-enterprises.com/WSL/Svend_Karlsen/svend_c.jpg

Svend Karlsen

http://www.bk-sportsmag.se/sfe/bilder/magnus_samuelsson_worlds_strongest_man_0 6.jpg

Magnus Samuelsson

http://www.mcshane-enterprises.com/WSL/ESM2001/Photos/conan-16.jpg

Janne Virtanen

Iuzln
Tuesday, August 26th, 2003, 07:33 PM
Also this man seems to be a borreby

http://www.beckys-place.com/spirit/bosworth.jpg

http://www.beckys-place.com/seahawks/bosworth.jpg

Allenson
Tuesday, August 26th, 2003, 07:58 PM
The World's Strongest man Competition is an event dominated by Upper Paleolithics.

Virtually all contestents are of Brunn, East Baltic, Borreby, or Phalian phenotype, and almost all of are of exclusive Northern European extraction.

Ah yes! I didn't mean to leave out the East Baltics who surely can become pretty 'beefy'.