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NZ strongman Mathew Ragg will be pulling a tank to celebrate the release of World of Tanks 1.0

14 Mar 2018

World of Tanks version 1.0 is due to be released soon and to celebrate the occasion, a special strongman competition is being held over in Australia.

Happening this weekend at the Melbourne Exhibition and Convention Centre, a special tank pulling event is being held in an attempt to break a Guinness World Record. 

The goal is to pull a tank in the fastest time over 10 metres and NZ strongman Mathew Ragg will be taking part. World of Tanks PC, has partnered with the Arnold Pro Strongman Australia to make this event possible and it's happening on Saturday 17th March at 12.00pm AEDT. 

Aside from Ragg, 12 other men are taking part in hopes to attain a new world record. They will need a lot of support from the fans because the tank weighs up to 8 tonnes! You can stream the event online either by clicking here or clicking here. Hopefully the Kiwi is able to pull it off. 

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