Watch 24st Eddie Hall show off explosive punch power after 'surprising all opponents so far' for Hafthor Bjornsson fight

STRONGMAN Eddie Hall has showed off his explosive punch power ahead of his mouthwatering boxing fight against Hafthor Bjornsson.

The two giants will finally settle their beef once and for all on March 19 in the squared circle.


The two former World's Strongest Man winners were initially scheduled to lock horns in September following a brutal war of words dating five years.

However, Brit Hall suffered a detached bicep and the fight had to be postponed.

But now the stage is set for the heaviest fight in boxing history when the two rivals meet in the United Arab Emirates.

Hall has uploaded a video been put through his paces in sparring – showing off some mean-looking punch power.

And the 24st brute says that he has 'surprised' all of his sparring partners in training.

One fan commented that they hoped Hall wasn't 'being surrounded by yes men' to which Hall responded.


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The Stoke giant wrote: "The people I'm fighting behind the scenes aren't yes men, they come on here and talk for themselves.

"I'll say no more than I've surprised everyone that's come in the ring with me so far.

"Four weeks and counting people."

Hall weighs a whopping 157kg whereas Thor – who shot to global stardom playing Gregor 'The Mountain' Clegane on Game of Thrones – comes in at 145kg.

The Icelandic superstar recently underwent an incredible body transformation as he previously weighed a hulking 205kg.

Hall has recently lifted the lid on how his ‘hatred’ of nemesis Bjornsson started.

Speaking to Muscle and Health, Hall admitted he ‘wants to hurt’ Bjornsson, 33, after the Icelander’s allegations of cheating at World’s Strongest Man 2017.

And Hall, 34, fired out a chilling warning by adding: “Thor wronged me.”

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