Strongman Eddie Hall has been warned that he could suffer a ‘bad injury’ if his boxing fight against Halfthor Björnsson goes ahead.
The two giants were scheduled to fight in September, but Hall suffered a split biceps over the summer to delay the fight until 2022.
Icelandic superstar Björnsson faced arm wrestler Devon Larrat as a short-notice replacement in Dubai and won comfortably with a knockout in the first round.
And former WBO featherweight champion Alex Arthur has some serious concerns for Hall.
Writing on Twitter, Scott, 43, said: “Just saw the big Eddie Hall punch a bag.
“They really can’t let him fight Thor. He could get hurt badly!
“Boxing is a game of life and death. The people who play it are fools.”
Björnsson, who plays Gregor ‘The Mountain’ Clegane in Game of Thrones, is gearing up for this much-anticipated match-up and is putting himself through his paces in a big way.
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Thor’s incredible workout is paying off as he appears to have cut a massive amount of mass in a video he shared on Instagram, showing off his newly trim body.
Hall has also shared videos of his sparring on social media.
In one clip, Hall can be seen throwing a barrage of combinations in a pad session, injuring his coach.
At the end of the video, the 33-year-old also apologized as his trainer held his hand in agony.