"I honestly think I can get a wolf 1 on 1 tho."
Former NFL running back Arian Foster isn't afraid of no wolves, and he spent a few hours last night explaining why he'd be able to take down a wolf in a one-on-one battle.
The conversation got started when Foster tweeted that he wanted to plan a camping trip, but was too spooked out by the "wildlife." However, when it comes to wolves he has no fear because there was 'a bunch of loose enraged pits' in his neighborhood growing up.
Additionally, as Foster pointed out in his argument, wolves don't have thumbs.
i honestly think i can get a wolf 1 on 1 tho.— Feeno (@ArianFoster) March 5, 2017
wolves don't scare me like that cuz in my neighborhood was a bunch of loose enraged pits. if he alone i think i can get him.— Feeno (@ArianFoster) March 5, 2017
i'm 230, wolfs are what, 180-200 tops? he has no thumbs. if i control his neck he's dunzo. https://t.co/j9vf2knwqI— Feeno (@ArianFoster) March 5, 2017
if he bites me his main weapon is immobilized. then becomes vulnerable. this is why thumbs are so important.— Feeno (@ArianFoster) March 5, 2017
If that's not enough proof that he could take out a wolf, Foster also reminded everyone that wolves can't read.
Intellectual advantage: Foster.
if we run into each other in my head "oh yea it's on, wolf". he's jus like "what is this aggressive species threatening me."— Feeno (@ArianFoster) March 5, 2017
i've studied the wolf. he can't read. i know his weaknesses. plus the thumb thing.— Feeno (@ArianFoster) March 5, 2017
show me how the wolf in time of conflict analyzes exactly what part of the body is the weakest, determines how its the weakest, then attacks— Feeno (@ArianFoster) March 5, 2017
This was a hotly debated issue last night and Foster swatted away all who tried to discredit his theory. Check out some of the interactions he had below.