Warren Buffett outlasts Ndamukong Suh in final arm-wrestling duel

Miami Dolphins defensive tackle no match for 'The Bicep'

DAVIE, Fla. – There was more than just football taking place Monday at the Miami Dolphins Training Facility in Davie.

Inside, WPLG Local 10 owner and billionaire Warren Buffett was challenging Dolphins defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh to an arm-wrestling rematch.

"Did you get a good night's sleep?" Buffett asked Suh as the "Oracle of Omaha" entered the room.

Buffett was looking for a three-peat after winning two previous arm-wrestling matches against the fellow University of Nebraska graduate -- once during a charity event and again during an appearance on CNBC.

Before they could begin, however, Buffett had to get the paperwork out of the way, concerned that Suh, if he got hurt, might sue.

"I, Ndamukong Suh, hereby release Warren Buffett from any claims for physical injury that I may suffer," Buffett read aloud from the disclaimer.

Local 10 News reporter Todd Tongen served as master of ceremonies for the rematch.

It was a struggle, but in the end Buffett, aka "The Bicep," reigned victorious over Suh, aka "The Dominator," once again.

"It's a tough loss," Suh told Tongen after Buffett took him down. "I gotta figure out something. I gotta get back in the weight room. I thought I could get in there real quick today and get some extra work in, but it didn't work out."

Buffett was modest in victory.

"He's getting stronger every time," Buffett said. "You know, he's a few years younger than I am. I think my days may be over."

His arm-wrestling days may be behind him, but Buffett might still have a future playing the stock market.

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