Tom Hardy, won a gold medal at a charity Jiu-Jitsu tournament over the weekend in the UK.
The 44-year-old 'Venom' actor, took part in the charity competition, REORG Open Jiu-Jitsu Championship — at Aldersley Leisure Village in Wolverhampton.
The win also includes a 'tap out' from an Army veteran opponent Danny Appleton, 40, who thought his arm would 'snap'.
The video of the match between blue belt Hardy against Appleton was shared on social media.
Hardy won two golds: one in the gi (traditional martial arts uniform) category, in his belt and weight division, as well as one in the no-gi category, also in his weight and belt division.
He is an ambassador for REORG foundation, which sponsors Brazilian Jis-Jitsu training for disabled combat veterans in the UK suffering from either serious injuries or post-traumatic stress disorder.