I saw a phenonenom at tournament that could only be described as Fat-Jitsu.
Fat-jitsu is two blubbery ultra-heavies (221lbs+) who grunt and slowly push and pull on each other until one gets so tired he just drops to the ground from exhaustion. The other lays on him belly to belly but rolls off because his bulging belly makes it impossible to mount another bulging belly. The guy, now exhausted too, then sits up and rests his back against the opponent who fell. The felled opponent who is so exhausted he can barely breathe is overwhelmed and succumbs to the extra weight leaning against him and taps. He says "get your fat a$$ off me" to the guy leaning against him.
They go to hug after the match, both their bellies get in the way again. One or both men fall down again from exhaustion.
This creates a bonding experience. On their knees, they shake hands.
The man who taps is awarded the silver medal. The other gold. Silver is summoned first. He gets on the step for 2nd place. Exhaustion overwhelms himm again. His ears ring. He wants to vomit. He musters his resolve and poses for the photo showing he took 2nd at a tournament. As soon as he gets off the podium he will upload to Facebook and make his profile picture. The victor is summoned last. When he is called to the podium, still exhausted he pauses on the low step for 3rd place. His opponent reaches over and they clasp hands. He helps pull the exhausted man as he steps onto the step for 1st place. He smiles for his photo. He'll tweet it to Roy Nelson. He will be put the video on YouTube. And Facebook.
A mom nearby observes and whispers to her juvenile competitor son/daughter "see -that's why mommy doesn't let you eat McDonald every night".