Shia LaBeouf And Tom Hardy Wrestled While Naked And Yes, There’s A Video

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Anyone else suddenly hot? 

Actual human Shia LaBeouf and actual hunk Tom Hardy aren't just costars, they’re wrestle buddies. 

Specifically, naked wrestle buddies. 

How do we know this, you ask? Because Shia casually dropped this tidbit of information while appearing on Complex's Hot Ones this week.

In between mouthfuls of hot wings, Shia told host Sean Evans that he once wrestled naked with Tom.

Previously, there were rumours that Shia "knocked out" Tom on the set of their 2012 film Lawless, but Shia called the whole thing "a bunch of bullsh*t” and set the record straight. 

"We used to wrestle all the time. He was a big f*cking person, especially then, he was getting ready for Bane," Shia said.

"It just so happened that, this one week, my girlfriend was in town and he runs into the room. The girl I was with at the time was terrified. She covered up and she ran into the kitchen and he picked me up and I didn’t have nothing on so now I’m naked on his shoulder," he shared.

He continued, saying, "We’re in the hallway, we’re wrestling around...I got upset about it, because [Tom] got the better of me. But I'm in some weird, twisty naked position."

Twisty naked position sounds fun, can we join?

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In the end, Shia says Tom took a nasty fall down the steps and hurt his back. He told everyone on set he got knocked out instead, hence the rumour. lol. 

But we don’t care about the rumour - let’s go back to the naked wresting for a second. 

Apparently, the match was filmed by someone named Peanut. So there's footage of this…somewhere.

Probably in the depths of the internet. Unfortunately we do not know where this video is but you can bet Shia and Tom’s naked arses that we will try our damndest to find it. 

In the meantime, please enjoy what’s still one of the best videos of all time: 

Images: Giphy / Giphy. 

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Written By Krisinda Merhi