There aren't too many people on this planet who can stand and bang with Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Middleweight champion Luke Rockhold.
Heck, former UFC Middleweight champion Chris Weidman couldn't do it at UFC 194, former UFC Light Heavyweight champion Lyoto Machida couldn't do it at UFC on FOX 15 and world-class striker Michael "The Count" Bisping couldn't do it at UFC Fight Night 55.
So when former National Football League (NFL) superstar and Super Bowl XLVIII-winning tailback Marshawn Lynch attempted to spar with Rockhold in a recent video captured by Fancy MMA, things became a little playful.
It doesn't look as if Lynch would ever have a future in mixed martial arts (MMA), but this isn't the first time a dominant professional athlete from another sport has attempted to spar with a UFC vet. Just look at Donald Cerrone and National Basketball Association (NBA) dynamo Blake Griffin below:
Got the great opportunity to train with this giant. @blakegriffin32— Cowboy Cerrone (@Cowboycerrone) September 22, 2015
Ol boy got some moves. Heavyweights watch out pic.twitter.com/hQj1jWpO8b
At least Rockhold is getting in some time with new training partners leading up to his rematch with Weidman at UFC 199 on June 4, 2016.