What do you get whenever you strap a strong engine to a roll cage, add long-travel suspension and a few slim, knobby tires? Why, buddies, you get a extremely gnarly UTV. That’s successfully what Polaris did when it created its RZR Professional R, and to have a good time that, Polaris determined to ask just a few athletes to see simply what it was able to by the hands of a two-time Baja 1000 winner. Additionally they filmed the entire thing.
First up is Chad Ochocinco, legendary vast receiver for the Cincinatti Bengals. He additionally occurs to be the one one in all our 4 intrepid athletes who didn’t make a dwelling by getting punched within the face, aside from the time that he was on the undercard for the Floyd Mayweather Jr. vs. Logan Paul struggle.
Subsequent, we’ve two-time UFC champ and weirdly outspoken anti-communist Rose Namajunas, who seems to be experiencing a second of pure pleasure because the UTV sails by means of the air.
Roy Jones Jr., former boxing champion and present Russian citizen, admits he has an issue with heights earlier than his rip across the monitor however appears to handle nicely.
Lastly, we’ve ex-UFC punchy man and present Naked Knuckle Preventing Championship contestant Chad “Cash” Mendes. Other than wanting like a Joe Rogan impersonator, Mendes supplies us with our sweariest ride-along but.
So, what does this sequence of movies train us, apart from the truth that individuals with a probable historical past of traumatic mind damage will say sure to virtually something? It teaches us that ripping round a jump-filled monitor within the California desert in a 225-horsepower UTV appears enjoyable as hell, and now we type of need one.