Barefoot warriors do battle for top honors at the annual World Toe Wrestling Championship.
When it comes to toe wrestling, it's important to put your best foot forward. After contestants clear a toe inspection, the battle begins and referee David Meller believes it's a test of endurance. David Meller, a referee for the event explains what it takes to compete, "Well it's all in the toe, the ankle, the knee and the thigh all pressurized to beat the opponent, to push them over to one side."
In the women's championship Becca Beech fought for the finish to earn herself the toe-title for the females.
But it was Alan "Nasty" Nash returning to the competitors ring, who had a serious case of athlete's foot. Alan Nash, a competitor, "Over the years I've broken nine toes. I broke four in one fight." Nash took on Paul Beech, who happens to be Becca's father, also known to fans as the "Predatoe."
But Beech was no match for Nash, who proved that he's this year's, Big Toe.