Grave Digger Has An Off Road Brother
July 25th, 2017
You probably know Dennis Anderson from his popular monster truck, Grave Digger. Anderson’s impressive driving and showmanship make Grave Digger one of the best-known trucks in the sport of Monster Truck racing. But what is he doing when he’s not behind the wheel? He’s driving a different truck, which is arguably just as awesome. Anderson’s Mega Truck is named King Sling and strikes a resemblance to Grave Digger. But instead of heading to the arena, Dennis takes King Sling off road. He puts the truck to the test as he shreds the mud course and catches air over jumps. And similar to his Monster Jam performances, he lands the truck on its side at the end of the run. You can check out the whole show at PowerNationTV.com
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