Eddie Hall


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Eddie Hall

Eddie Hall is the World’s Strongest Man 2017 and the record holder for the heaviest deadlift in history of half a tonne. He can lift cars, pull planes, throw beer barrels. His next challenge is the highly anticipated ‘Heaviest Fight in History’ boxing match between Eddie and Hafthor Bjornsson. Eddie has dedicated his life to reach the pinnacle. The willingness to battle, and then battle some more, is what separates him from the rest.
Standing at six-foot-three inches tall, weighing in at close to 30-stone and needing a diet of over 10,000 calories a day to fuel his eye-watering sporting achievements, everything about Eddie Hall is huge. Five times Britain’s Strongest Man and six times a UK champion (both records), “The Beast” has torn ligaments, burst blood vessels in his head, and even popped an eyeball out of its socket, all in the pursuit of reaching the strongman pinnacle: a feat which he achieved in 2017 when he was crowned World’s Strongest Man.
Yet, despite admitting that the gruelling training programme behind his success was an “extreme self-obsession” that amounted to “self-torture”, Hall refused to rule out lifting even heavier if someone were to break his record. Having finished third in 2016’s World’s Strongest Man shortly after his record-breaking deadlift, Hall was one of the favourites going into 2017’s event in Botswana a year later. In the final standings, Hall edged out Iceland’s Hafþór Júlíus Björnsson (AKA Gregor Clegane / The Mountain in Game of Thrones) by just a single point to claim the crown.
He has gone from being a truck mechanic to a superstar and hopes his story will help others see what can be achieved through dedication and hard work.
Eddie has starred in two series of Eddie Eats America for Dave  and the US series The Strongest Man in History.  He was also one of the stars on Eddie Celebrities in Solitary on Channel 5 .  His documentaries Eddie-Strongman  and Born Strong are on Netflix and he has a new BBC  documentary out later this year.