It was all hands on deck for the World Thumb Wrestling Championships in Suffolk, England. Combatants squared off, thumb to thumb, in a tiny wooden ring, to see who would be top thumb. And while organized thumb wrestling may seem like the kind of idea hatched after a few pints at the pub, there are some rules and regulations. Organizer Roy Van Bellis said competitors have 60 seconds to pin their opponents. This was the competition's 11th year.