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Todd Hutchings

Country: USA

Nickname: Toddzilla

Occupation: Mechanical Engineer

Record: 1-0

Height: 5’11” / 180 cm

Weight: 213 LBS. / 97 Kg

Style: Side Pressure

puller stats

Power: 9


Endurance: 9.5


Hit: 7.5


Hook: 9.5


Speed: 7


Catch: 8


Press: 6


Hand: 9


Table IQ: 9


Toproll: 7.5


Counters: 9


puller bio

Todd Hutchings

Todd Hutchings is a true legend in the world of arm wrestling, celebrated for his unwavering passion, well-rounded skills, and a track record of defeating some of the absolute best in the sport. He is widely regarded as one of the all-time greats, and his legacy in arm wrestling is etched in stone.

Unyielding Passion:
Todd's journey in arm wrestling is driven by an unshakable passion for the sport. His love for arm wrestling is palpable in his dedication, enthusiasm, and the countless hours he has devoted to perfecting his craft. His fervor for the sport is infectious, inspiring a new generation of arm wrestlers.

Well-Rounded Skills:
Todd Hutchings possesses a well-rounded and highly versatile skill set in arm wrestling. He has honed his abilities in various techniques, grips, and positions, making him an adaptable and formidable competitor capable of facing any challenge.

Conqueror of Titans:
Todd's legacy is punctuated by victories over some of the absolute best arm wrestlers in the world. His ability to consistently outperform and defeat formidable opponents has solidified his reputation as a true giant in the sport. He has taken on and conquered arm wrestling titans, leaving an indelible mark on the sport's history.

All-Time Great:
Todd Hutchings is considered one of the all-time greats in arm wrestling. His name is synonymous with excellence and achievement, and he has set a standard that aspiring arm wrestlers aim to emulate. His illustrious career serves as an inspiration to arm wrestlers worldwide.

Triumphant Moments:
Todd's arm wrestling career is adorned with numerous triumphant moments in local, national, and international competitions. His ability to consistently dominate opponents, coupled with his passion for the sport, has earned him countless accolades and the respect of his peers.

Inspiration to Many:
Beyond his competitive success, Todd serves as an inspiration and mentor to countless arm wrestlers. He actively supports and encourages fellow athletes, sharing his knowledge and expertise to help them reach their full potential. His influence extends far beyond the arm wrestling table.

Enduring Legacy:
Todd Hutchings' legacy in arm wrestling is destined to endure. As one of the sport's all-time greats, his name will forever be associated with excellence and achievement. His passion, well-rounded skills, and ability to defeat the best in the world have left an indelible mark on the sport.

Todd Hutchings' extraordinary combination of passion, versatility, and a track record of defeating the best in the world has solidified his status as an arm wrestling legend. As he continues to inspire and make his mark in arm wrestling, his legacy will continue to shine brightly.

One different Google search result in the early 2000s and Todd “Toddzilla” Hutchings would have never become a force in the arm wrestling world. The 48-year-old Arizona man was looking for archery tournaments online in Michigan one day in 2000, only to chance upon a local arm wrestling event. It was a time when such events did not enjoy the widespread online presence they do today, an era when pullers were just moving out of the garage and beyond word-of-mouth.

Hutchings learned a vital lesson in those early days: muscles plus skills equals victory. Guys need a basic level of strength to compete, but they won’t go far on that alone, he says. “You see it all the time,” Hutchings says knowingly. “The big, strong guys get beat by the little guys. A good skill guy can overcome power.” Those skills take time to perfect, three years by Hutchings’ count. Train for endurance, the veteran says. Guys need to be able to pull through six or seven matches to win a pay-out at a tournament.

Those pay-outs, money earned through sheer grit, is what keeps the by-day mechanical engineer in the game. “The only thing keeping me going is the prize money,” he says.

One look at Hutchings and you see a puller’s ability to take home titles and the cash that comes with them doesn’t end as you age. “You can start this sport late,” he said. “I didn’t start this sport until I was 35. In most strength sports, you’re washed out by 35. I’ve been the top 3 or 4 in the world for 13 years now, and I could never do this fighting or boxing.”

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