This article is about the movie continuity character - for other characters named Craig McConnel, see Rock 'n Roll.
This article is about the movie continuity character - for the company that attempted to publish a
G.I. Joe comicbook, see Bench Press Studios.
- Bench-Press is a G.I. Joe character from the live-action film series.
Bench-Press is a surfer and weightlifter, and has no trouble adapting to new situations. In addition to his heavy machine gun, he also carries around an axe and a chainsaw, like a crazy person would.
He's one of the few Joes to not wear the standard blue camouflage, opting instead for a more traditional green. He has a bullet belt tattoo cuff on his left forearm.
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Bench-Press was released as a Toys "Я" Us exclusive in late 2009.
Appearance: brown hair and beard; black shirt with white Joe logo on the left breast; black wristbands; tan belt; green camo pants; black boots; blue "bullet" tattoo circling left arm.
Accessories: green boonie hat; green and black backpack; silver spring-loaded missile launcher; green missile; black shotgun; black and silver chainsaw; black and silver hatchet; black display stand.
- Given his file name of "Craig S. McConnel", Bench-Press is the movie-verse counterpart of Rock 'n Roll.