Footage Of UFC Heavyweight Champion Francis Ngannou Punching Jackass Star In The Privates Is Insane
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Footage of UFC heavyweight champion Francis Ngannou punching a Jackass cast member in the private parts has been released and it looks as painful as we imagined it would be.
For a few weeks know we've known The Predator would be making a cameo in the new Jackass Forever movie, which will be released on February 3.
And given he's one of the most hard-hitting men in MMA history, it was nailed on that Ngannou's section would feature him displaying his freakish power in some capacity.
The trailer for the film showed a preview of what was to come but now a clip of Ngannou punching Ehren McGhehey in the privates has been posted for our viewing pleasure.
Paramount Pictures have shared a video of the cast looking back at Ngannou's brutal nut-punching.
Johnny Knoxville had told McGhehey that Ngannou was a lightweight but he was in for a big surprise when the 6ft 5, 260lb monster sauntered over with his gloves.
"That's not a lightweight", McGhehey said, furious that he'd been lied to.
Ngannou let rip on the punch bag first and then it was time for him to hit McGhehey right in the 'town halls'.
The left hook was utterly devastating and caused McGhehey to fall onto a chair.
His face was an absolute picture and he'd probably have endured less pain being hit by a truck such was the force.
After all, Ngannou's superhuman power saw him set a record for the hardest ever punch landed at 129,161 units.
The previous record was held by kickboxer Tyrone Spong.
"Francis is a guy who has the world record for the most powerful punch," UFC head honcho Dana White said of Ngannou. "His punches are equivalent to 96 horsepower.
"That’s equal to getting hit by a Ford Escort going as fast as it can and it’s more powerful than a 12-pound sledgehammer from full force overhead. Holy s**t."
This weekend Ngannou made a first successful defence of his UFC heavyweight strap when he beat former teammate Cyril Gane via unanimous decision in the UFC 270 main event in Anaheim, California.
Ngannou, who suffered a knee injury, demonstrated impressive wrestling abilities as well as his striking.
Ngannou is in the middle of a feud with White and did not have his belt placed around his waist in the Octagon by the 52-year-old following his win.
The Cameroon is currently in a contract stand-off with the UFC.