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    Eddie Hall and Hafthor Björnsson Gear Up for the Fight of the Decade

    @eddiehallwsm / @thorbjornsson / Instagram British strongman Eddie Hall and Icelandic giant Hafthor Björnsson have a history of bad blood. Thor famously said he was “robbed” when a judge didn’t count his last lift in the Viking press event at the 2017 World’s Strongest Man. As a result, Hall...
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    Hafþór Björnsson Deadlifts 888 Pounds Four Times

    Eddie Hall’s world-record 500kg (1,102-pound) deadlift has remained unbroken for close to four years now—but if anyone can surpass it, it appears to be Hafþór Júlíus Björnsson, aka “The Mountain” from Game of Thrones. The former World’s Strongest Man and two-time, defending Arnold Strongman...
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    Hafþór Björnsson Says He's Willing to Try a Plant-Based Diet

    @kaigreene / Instagram Hafþór Júlíus Björnsson, the former World’s Strongest Man and Iceland’s strongest man for 9 consecutive years, may soon also become the world’s strongest and largest vegan. Thor, aka “The Mountain” from Game of Thrones, announced on Instagram he’s “willing” to try a...
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    Hafthor Bjornsson Bench Pressed His Wife While Getting Tattooed

    2018 World's Strongest Man Hafthor Bjornsson is known for his impressive lifts, but he took things up a notch a few days ago when he decided to bench press his wife, Kelsey Henson, while he was in the middle of getting a tattoo on his thigh. The Icelandic Strongman posted an Instagram video of...
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    Hafthor Bjornsson Shares Highlight Reel from Iceland's Strongest Man

    Hafthor Björnsson / Youtube Hafthor "Thor" Björnsson won his ninth consecutive Iceland's Strongest Man title earlier this month, shattering the Húsafell Stone carry world record in the process. Björnsson announced his new world record via Instagram shortly after the contest, but video of...
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    Hafthor Crushes a Deadlift PR of 952 Pounds

    Hafthor Bjornsson is the reigning World’s Strongest Man and Arnold Strongman Classic champion, yet he continues to impress us. Although we’ve already seen him squat 980 pounds, warm up with more than 600 pounds, and countless other feats of strength, when he cracks a PR we’re always interested...