Eddie Hall showed off his incredible body transformation ahead of boxing clash with Hafthor Bjornsson.
The two former World’s Strongest Men have been exchanging a war of words for some time and are prepared to settle their differences in the ring.
Bjornsson, who played The Mountain in Game of Thrones, broke Hall’s deadlift world record by one kilogram in May and proceeded to call out his rival.
Speaking after his record-breaking lift, the 31-year-old said: “CoreSports just offered me a seven-year contract, I have signed it already.
“Eddie Hall has been running his mouth now for weeks and I know he has been given the same contract.
“So Eddie, I just knocked out your record. And now I’m ready to knock you out in the ring.
“It’s time to put your fist where your big mouth is, and sign the CoreSports contract.
“I’m ready. Are you ready?”
Hall wasted little time to respond to Bjornsson, revealing just how personal their rivalry has become.
“1,000 per cent I’m going to sign those papers,” the Brit replied in a Facebook video.
“And you know why I’m going to sign those papers… it’s not the money, it’s not the dead lift feud we’ve got going on, nothing to do with that.
“It’s because you called me a cheat at World’s Strongest Man 2017.
“I can’t put that to bed, I can’t forget it. People may forget it, but you’ve never apologised.
“You think you should’ve won that year, regardless of the trophies or not, and you let people know that.”
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Bjornsson, who won WSM in 2018, a year after he was pipped to the title by Hall, showed off his leaner frame earlier this month as he showed he had dropped 18kg already from when he beat the world deadlift record.
Now Eddie Hall has show the difference from his strongman days to his current physique.
The 32-year-old posted a picture on Instagram of himself in 2017 weighing 196kg and noticeably bulkier than what he looks like now.
The image next to it shows Hall at 163kg and much more ripped as he steps up training for their fight, which is sure to be the heaviest in boxing history.