Athlete born without legs on sex misconceptions – and getting hottest chicks

An athlete who was born without legs has spoken out against the misconceptions people often have about his sex life.

Zion Clark was born with caudal regression syndrome, a condition caused by his mum’s extensive drug taking, which caused him to be born without developing the lower half of his body.

But, despite having no legs, the 25 year-old has gone on to become a professional wrestler – where he even competes against athletes with a working lower body – and currently holds three Guinness World Records.

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After claiming the record for most diamond push ups in three minutes, and the highest box jump using hands, Zion addressed his personal life away from sports while speaking on a podcast interview.

While chatting on the Habits & Hustle podcast, Zion was asked by host Jennifer Cohen whether he can have sex, when he replied: “Yep… When I’m not working.

“I may not have been the most-liked person at my school, but I was always pulling up with the sexiest chick at homecoming and prom. Everybody would want my girl every time.”

Zion was asked by Jennifer to elaborate on what features his ideal type of woman possesses, and he laughed: “I like a nice butt… I like fit girls.”

In fact, Zion revealed that he had only recently broken up with a girlfriend, and stressed that he has no trouble picking up girls.

“Any time I pull up, people get excited,” he suggested.

But, despite his confidence with the opposite sex, Zion claimed that people still assumed he couldn’t function the same as someone with functional lower-body limbs.

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“Everybody always makes that mistake,” he acknowledged, when asked if he can use the toilet without any extra assistance.

“Everybody always has that misconception about me. My thing is, if I can eat and drink and I don’t have a colostomy bag, where is it going?”

Zion trains four days a week to keep in shape, and the professional athlete’s inspirational story has even been covered in a Netflix documentary.

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