Former Olympic wrestling champ fights off seven cops in an epic street brawl as they try to arrest him for drunk driving.

Ex-wrester, Vyacheslav Oliynyk, who won the gold medal for Ukraine in 1996, fought seven police officers at once when they tried to arrest him.

Oliynyk was celebrating his birthday and decided to take a title too much. And at some point, he felt like going to the city.

Unfortunately, traffic cops stopped him for drunk driving. And Oliynyk was so upset that the officers were about to ruin his fun.

His reaction? To just go ahead and beat the shit out of as many as he could!

ex-wrestler stopped for ‘drunk driving’ – takes down seven police officers trying to arrest him

A video from an onlooker shows the wrestler first arguing with the cops after they pulled him over.

He then shoves one of the officers, who responds by firing pepper spray in his face.

But instead of calming him, it sends him into a rage — becoming even more furious.

Oliynyk then begins grappling with two officers, and one of them strikes him with a baton. He starts bleeding from his head.

However, Oliynyk showed he’d lost none of his fearsome skills since the Atlanta Olympics in the US. He backs away from the officers before launching a round-two punch on one of them.

It finally takes up to seven officers to tackle him to the ground.

ex-wrestler stopped for ‘drunk driving’ – takes down seven police officers trying to arrest him

But even then, he continues to fight back and prevents them from putting handcuffs on him.

Even after a female officer crouches down to explain the arrest, he rudely replies:

“Go f*ck yourself.”

Finally, when his friends implore him to stop because his young son was crying, he stopped the revolt.

The officers later released him.

Following his release, Oliynyk commented that he would fight the same way in the courtroom.

He also admitted that he, as well, had a fault in the incident because he at first ignored the officers and continued driving.

However, this doesn’t turn him into a criminal.

He said:

“I admit I was partially guilty, I can’t tell you the whole thing. I’m partly guilty because I did not stop, and I was ignoring the police.”

“But I am not a criminal. As far as I can see, there will be a court hearing, and they will punish me somehow because they always do.”

“However, the fact that police let me go home on the same day shows I didn’t do anything that bad.”