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Joey Saint, Brian Brody Execute 600-Pound Splash Flawlessly

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In the ultra competitive, bruising world of professional wrestling, a viciously creative signature move is what separates the stars from the understudies.

Joey "The Portrait of American Horror" Saint, clocking in at 400 pounds, and Brian "The Beast" Brody, who packs 200 pounds, combine to form a fiendishly diabolical human smash ball to pulverize their foe.

You have to see it to really appreciate it:

In this week's cover story, Miami New Times chronicles Saint and Brody (known collectively as Scum of the Earth) as they bang their bodies around south Florida's independent wrestling circuit.

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