If there’s one thing that seems impossible for a T-Rex to do, it’s conquer the American Ninja Warrior course. Cursed with short arms, a 5-ton body mass (way off the official BMI scale, even at his height), and a giant head, the course seems made to destroy the King of the Dinosaurs dominance.
But that’s exactly what this dino ninja decided to take on during the Atlanta filming of the show, much to the crowd’s surprise.
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But the supreme carnivore of the Cretaceous period quickly conquered the first obstacle, known as the floating steps and moved on to the The Big Dipper.
And he crushes it!
The other ninja’s, millions of years younger and much, much lighter couldn’t help but cheer the dino ninja on.
T-Rex briefly sized up the third obstacle before flying across it, showing surprisingly light steps for his age and size.
He then took a moment to either celebrate or choose who was going to be dinner.
The Spin Cycle, a new obstacle for this year seemed like a surefire failure point, but T-Rex quickly hopped up an onto the first spinner and then onto the second.
And the crowd goes wild!
But on the jump to the third and final spinner, you could say he… short arms the transition and that’s
Despite the fall, T-Rex decided to take on the legendary warped wall because, well, who the hell says no to a 5 ton carnivore?
So, if a multi-million year old, 5 ton creature can make it through, isn’t it time for you to try to?
No? Me either.