Roger the buff kangaroo, Top Kick-boxer

The Real Story Behind Roger the 'Roo

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Roger stands 2 metres and weighs a solid 90 kilos of pure shredded muscle.

Roger the ‘roo had a major moment of Internet fame when a photo of the muscle-bound kangaroo crushing steel went viral. The photo was so amazing, some people even questioned its authenticity.

But Roger is very real, and there’s more to him than his strength. (Though at 6-foot-7 and 200 pounds kick-boxer is very strong indeed.)

Roger the buff kangaroo is back and he’s more hench than ever
Just look at his impressive traps, biceps and pecs.

Roger lives at The Kangaroo Sanctuary, a 90-acre wildlife reserve in Alice Springs, Australia. He was rescued by his “dad,” Chris “Brolga” Barns, the star of “Kangaroo Dundee,” as a joey in 2006. Brolga found Roger in his mother’s pouch on a highway. His mom had died.

@hardlinerr took this beautiful photo of our alpha male Roger on our sunset tour. Isn't he handsome!

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Roger’s trained in hand-to-hand combat. And he’s pretty tough, even when it comes to the man who saved him. Male red kangaroos have the natural instinct to kick-box because they fight with other males in order to become alpha male who then mate with female kangaroos. Roger also views Brolga as competition just because he too is a male. Roger will try to kick-box Brolga, although he isn’t successful.

Roger the buff kangaroo, Top Kick-boxer
Roger the buff kangaroo crushes metal likes it’s paper

But Roger has a softer side. Here he is cuddling a stuffed bunny. But it’s said that after the photo was taken he threw the bunny to the ground and tried to kick-box it, too.

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