After doing deadlifts more than anyone else in history, the logical next step is to challenge your ultimate rival to a full fight.
Hafthor Björnsson, also known as Thor and The Mountain, has just broken the world record for deadlifts, more than anyone in history – and he used his crowning moment to call the man who set the previous deadlift record held.
The Game of Thrones actor and strong man could do 501 pounds or astounding 1,104 pounds deadlifts. The lift was two pounds more than the previous record set by Björnsson's rival Eddie Hall in 2016.
In an interview after the lift, Björnsson Hall called for a suspected boxing match and said he signed a "seven-digit" contract with Core Sports ̵
“Eddie, I know I just knocked out your record. And now I'm ready to take you out in the ring, ”said Björnsson in an interview. "Time to put your fists where your big mouth is."
In January, Hall went to YouTube to raise the call for a fight between the two rivals.
"I don't like Thor. I don't like Thor. I don't like Thor. I don't have an agenda to fight Thor, but I feel like there's a demand there. I feel like fans want to see it "He said and added:" There are no hard feelings. We will be very gentleman. If he wants to take the time and exercise and maybe set up something for 2021, let's do it. "
And it seems that according to Thor’s interview after the game, the timeline could be realistic.  "I'm ready," said Bjornsson before asking, "Are you ready, Eddie?"
Call it a titan battle.