Strongman Eddie, ‘The Beast’ Hall, has continued his incredible weight loss by adding boxing to his regime.
Hall has dropped over 50 pounds since deciding to completely re-shape his body following years of the World’s Strongest Man competition.
The 30 year-old, who holds the world record deadlift of 500kg (1,102 pounds), hopes to climb between the ropes.
Former strongman rival Robert Oberst spent some time in Octagon recently, and Hall is interested in a charity fight between the pair.
Strongman Eddie Hall gets shredded for boxing
“So, as part of my mission to drop weight, I’ve been boxing twice weekly. The speed and coordination are coming back slowly,” explained Hall.
“This was at the end of an hour-long session. 1-minute rounds with 1-minute rest, continuously for 1 hour solid.
“I think me and Robert Oberst should jump in a ring and raise some money for charity. Especially after seeing that pathetic excuse just put a boxing video up. (cringe) What are you guys saying?
#knockhimthef—out? Big Love, The Beast,” he added.
In the post, Oberst mentioned the possibility of trading blows with the Briton.
“I had the honor of moving around a bit in the Octagon with Krzysztof Soszynski. Honestly, I have some work to do, but I had a blast,” said Oberst.
“You guys think me and Eddie Hall should get in the ring together? How do you think it would go down?
“Yo, Dana White (UFC owner), give me a shot!”
American Oberst, 33, has a best-placed finish of ninth at the 2013 World’s Strongest Man competition. In contrast, Hall won the title for the first time in 2017.
Facing disappointment in his first five attempts, Hall vowed to retire from events following his victory.
Newcastle-born Hall has since returned, having continued winning the UK or British Strongman title every year since 2011 back in January.