Tire Flip Challenge: The Strongest Man in History (Season 1) | History

Tire Flip Challenge: The Strongest Man in History (Season 1) | History


[MUSIC PLAYING] BRIAN: You guys want to
train out in the cul-de-sac? Yeah, this is great, man. So here is where you
keep all the real toys. Which tires you want
to get out, buddy? Well, that’s a 600, so
let’s pull that one out. I did it. Well, thanks for
your help, Eddie. I did it. No problem, man. Big assist there, brother. LADY: Dylan wants to do a race. BRIAN: So how many
flips is a race? Is that what you’re saying? Five flips? BRIAN: Father versus son. Nick, what’s this weigh? Nine. 900 pounds? What’s yours weigh, Dylan? DYLAN: 600. BRIAN: 600 pounds. Has this race ever
happened before? No. DYLAN: He’s too scared. Wow. NICK: He’s 18, so he’s
coming into his own. And he’s feeling his
manhood a little bit, and he likes to talk
a little bit smack. DYLAN: Don’t let those
gray hairs slow you down. BRIAN: All right, so hands off. Ready? Set? Go. Even, one to one. Two. Nick’s on three.
Go. Come on, Dylan. Come on. Good. Up. Come on. Let’s go, let’s go,
let’s go, let’s go. Good.
Get your knee in it. There you go. It was really fun putting it
to Dylan a little bit when he started getting a little lippy. It’s good to keep
him in line and keep him respecting his father. BRIAN: That’s it.
That’s it. Good. Come on, Dylan. [GRUNTING] Hoo. BRIAN: And. Hey, mine hit first. BRIAN: No. Mine hit first. NICK: Same time. No, mine hit first. I think he might have
got you on the fall. I kind of let him win. I want him to feel
good about himself. Woo. Good stuff. LADY: Aw, aren’t you guys cute. I love you, buddy. Love you, too. That’s a good
training session. Yeah. Oh look, Nick,
here’s some tires. NICK: Yeah. Do you remember
when your son beat you at a tire flipping challenge? Wrecked by a child. Guys, he didn’t beat me. I was toying with him. I was way ahead of him. Well, I bet I can beat
you at tire flipping. You think you can beat me? Yeah. All right, so
here’s what we’ve got. Two roughly 800-pound
tires, five flips. First one to finish wins. Yeah. All right. And make sure, when
you do the fifth flip, you wait for Nick to catch
up before you flip it over. Yeah? And just let it
fall down real easy. MAN: Yeah. Yeah, well. Brian is probably ranked second
or third, maybe even first in the world at tire flipping. He is ungodly good at it. So if I can beat him or just
even get close to beating him, it’s a major win for me. All right, let’s get it done. MAN: Here we go, boys. Come on. Come on. You ready? Set? Go? To flip a tire, you have to
drive your hands underneath it, slam your chest and shoulders
into it, drive with your legs, and then lift a little
bit, and it will pop the tire right off the ground. MAN: There we go. There we go. NICK: It is a whole
body exercise. And the thing takes a toll. It can punish you pretty good. MAN: Uh-huh. Come on, Brian. That’s it! Yes! Excellent. Come on. Yes. [LAUGHING] BRIAN: Oh, man. I definitely got you, Nick. – No, I think I tied.
– I know. It was close. It looked good, like,
was really close. But Nick beat you. I think Brian’s tire settled
a fraction before Nick’s. MAN: No, I think he got you. It definitely hit
right before yours. Then let’s line them up,
and I’ll beat you again. Well, let’s do it. BRIAN: OK. NICK: Me, personally, with that
first race ending in a tie, I’m absolutely taking a
moral victory out of it. EDDIE: You two ready? Yup. EDDIE: Marks, get set, go! One. One. Two. Three. Four. Last one. Five. MAN: Let’s do it. And one for the champ,
just in case I miscounted. I think. All right, you got me. OK, OK. I just wanted to
hear those words. I obviously didn’t
take the first race as seriously as I should have. So the second race, I made
sure that I got all of my flips plus an extra flip to kind
of put the cherry on top. And that is the end of that. Bravo, Brian. All right. Good job, brother. I’ll take that win. I was impressed with Nick. I feel as though
he held his own. He was right behind Brian. And I’ve got to respect that. That’s pretty impressive. All right, guys. You want to put
these tires back, and we’ll go get some food?
– Yeah, go for it. Yeah, I want to
get some food, yeah. Yeah, yeah. I’m hungry. Thanks for the challenge, buddy. But the loser cleans up. Thanks for the help, guys. Got you.

100 comments on “Tire Flip Challenge: The Strongest Man in History (Season 1) | History

  1. Alex Daniels Post author

    You know for a fact as soon as the cameras stopped rolling they went over and helped Nick put those tires away. They’re way to nice to have him do it alone.

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  2. Peeenos Post author

    Nick beat Brian in the first one then Brian beat him with young man stamina in the second round, what a bad sportsman to rub it in too. You got rekt by a 50 yr old man, deal with it ya sweaty giant baby.

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  3. Atrophy Queen Post author

    Its amazing how strong nicks young son is. I bet Eddie and Brian will know that same joy one day when their boys are grown

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  4. Andy Tieu 604 Post author

    "Line em up and I'll beat you again" hahaha love it.

    Also so sweet of Nick letting his son win

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  5. KFeirg Linn Post author

    Honestly love these guy's and Nick Hat's off to you to keeping up with these youngensss that is remarkable all in it's own.

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  6. a bum Post author

    Disappointed that History is somehow convincing Brian to be more self centered than he really is. Brian is a humble guy and didn't need a 6th flip just to prove a point. On another note – Nick is impressive. Very gritty.

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  7. coolhockeyboy Post author

    Ight but like why would somebody need tires that big, like are they spare monster truck tires

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  8. Jack Barrett Post author

    Can someone tell me why the tire flips start out with the tire standing up? Thats half, maybe 2/3 of a move done.

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  9. Zorc Post author

    Massive respect to Nick here. Hes in amazing shape and level of strength to be his age, no doubt. Not that it`s needed to say when he basically could tie with the almighty Brian Shaw at his teretory.
    Both him and Mark Felix are athetes on a different level in WSM since they are both 50+ . There isn`t many of them out there that`s for sure

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  10. Erectile Dysfunction Is A Disease Post author

    best part is when they all unanimously agree they're hungry and go for some food 😀

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  11. Sir Nicholas D Post author

    Show should be called: Feeding Brian's Ego

    "If you beat him, expect to do the activity again until he wins"

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  12. MrJtin69 Post author

    For how strong Nick is he has tiny legs lol eddy,Brian, and Rob have calfs but not Nick hahaha but I've always had tree trunks as I've loved leg days

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  13. Brendon Rivers Post author

    Anybody remember nicks son when he was like 11 or 12 during that show of the worlds strongest family?

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  14. 98765432 1 Post author

    Wait wait nick so. Remember the worlds strongest family nick was on it and his son and his sister he was so young

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