An unarmed special forces soldier killed four enemies at once in hand-to-hand combat while suffering with a broken collarbone.
Master Sergeant Scott Neil Master is a retired special forces veteran who spent 26 years as a Green Beret – the US equivalent of the SAS.
He was among the first Special Operators to go into Afghanistan right after the 9/11 terrorist attacks and played a part in the successful route of the Taliban and removal of Al-Qaeda from Afghanistan.
Neil and his team then prepared for operations in Iraq and when his teams were done there, they trained and prepared for yet another deployment into Africa against Al-Qaeda and other terror groups located there.
Speaking on The Pat McAfee Show on YouTube, he described seeing his mate Tony kill four enemies at once in hand-to-hand while suffering with a broken clavicle.
He said: "I had a friend Tony, he was the army powerlifter of all of Europe, his fingers were the size of this water bottle right here.
"He ended up doing hand-to-hand in one room with four guys and killing them all with a broken clavicle."
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He continued on to explain how sometimes as a special forces soldier, you will go into a room and your enemies will surrender right away, but other times they will start shooting at you and you just have to deal with it and fight on through all the adversity.
McAfee was shocked when he heard about Tony's actions and jokingly compared it to a guest who cancelled coming onto the podcast because he had broken his clavicle while riding a scooter.
He said: "We had a guy who couldn't do a podcast because he broke his clavicle falling off a f***ing scooter and you've got a guy who kills four people with his bare hands."
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