Diamond Dallas Page took a 475-pound man — and nearly cut him in half — helping the guy shed 200 POUNDS … with some help from comic Bert Kreischer.
It’s an unbelievable story … Bert — who famously performs without a shirt — has been on a health kick and posted a story on his social media about Vance Hinds, an obese man who wanted help losing weight.
The pro wrestling legend stepped up and reached out to the 475-pound man … offering to coach him through his patented DDP Yoga program — the same program that Jake “The Snake” Roberts credits with saving his life.
The results … AMAZING.
After 365 days, Hinds dropped 198 pounds … and he documented the entire journey on video.
DDP tells TMZ Sports he couldn’t be more proud of the guy — but the work ain’t done yet. Hinds says he’s gunning to drop another 100 POUNDS with Page’s help.
Of course, Page is super confident he can hit the goal weight — and if you know anything about DDP, dude doesn’t ever fail.
Marshawn Lynch threw on his best hoodie and sandals and hit up the Oakland City Council meeting on Wednesday … and made the following statement to city officials:
“We’re losing the Warriors. We’re losing the Raiders. Best not lose the A’s. Appreciate it.”
Marshawn is an Oakland guy, born and raised — and is clearly upset with the mass exodus of the major sports teams in the area.
The Raiders are moving to Las Vegas and the Golden State Warriors — who play in Oracle Arena in Oakland — are moving to the Chase Center in San Francisco next season.
The Oakland A’s currently play at the Oakland Coliseum but are hoping to build a new 34,000 seat waterfront stadium in the area where they could play in 2023.
Enter Marshawn who didn’t have much to say — but made his point crystal clear.
Oakland A’s president Dave Kaval was grateful for Beast Mode’s support — tweeting out, “Thank you Marshawn! Let’s do this!!”
Kaval has previously commented on the stadium situation — saying, “We’ve been there 50 years … We have a great sense of the importance of that development on the future of East Oakland.”
“We’re doing everything we can, and we’ve had great partners on the city side and on the civic side to get this done. I think everyone realizes it’s just a really great project for the Bay Area, for the East Bay and obviously for Oakland.”