Tom Hardy was successful at a charity jiujitsu match in Wolverhampton, England, just lately.
The “Venom” star gained two gold medals, People reported Monday. A clip from Sebastian Lach confirmed off the actor’s successful type on the occasion on Saturday.
Hardy’s presence on the REORG all-comers match shouldn’t come as a shock as he’s famous as a trustee on the charity’s web site. Additionally, he has been reportedly coaching with the group, which teaches Brazilian jiujitsu to battle-scarred warfare veterans and others, since he performed an MMA fighter within the 2011 film “Warrior,” Newsweek famous.
In considered one of his matches over the weekend, Hardy apparently virtually broke his opponent’s arm earlier than his adversary tapped out, MMA Mania wrote. The 44-year-old reportedly has his blue belt in Brazilian jiujitsu.