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The Eddie Hall and Thor Bjornsson biggest fight of the boxing world is set to take place on March 19. The dates and venue of the tournament were announced. Dubai Duty-Free Tennis Stadium in UAE is the host of the fight.
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British strongman Eddie Hall and Icelandic Hafþór ‘Thor’ Bjornsson both once held the World’s Strongest Man titles, and their grudge match has been highly anticipated for some time now.
A boxing match Saturday will pit two of the biggest men in the world against one another. Inside Dubai Duty-Free Tennis Stadium, Hafthor “Thor” Bjornsson will face off against strongman Eddie “The Beast” Hall.
These two men hold numerous records within the strongman competition level. When it comes to boxing, they have limited to no experience. Bjornsson did fight Devon Larratt in an exhibition bout in September, with Bjornsson winning via TKO. The former “Game of Thrones” star is 1-0-2 in a boxing competition at the exhibition level. Hall has not competed in a boxing bout before.
But now after months of showboating, their first boxing match is finally going to take place.
Where is Bjornsson vs. Hall taking place?
Eddie Hall vs Hafthor Bjornsson will take place on Saturday, March 19. Bjornsson and Hall are scheduled to fight inside the Dubai Duty-Free Tennis Stadium in the United Arab Emirates. The stadium can hold about 5,000-6,000 fans.
What UK time will Eddie Hall and Thor Bjornsson go to war?
On Saturday night, the world will stand still as these two behemoths sling punches back and forth. The intriguing contest, which pits two completely different styles against each other, has fans conflicted. While Thor appears to have the better technical ability, the Englishman seems to look the more explosive.
The intriguing blend of skillsets is sure to make for an exciting contest, and fans can tune in to all the action live. The broadcast commences at 8:30 PM, with the main event scheduled to go down at 9 PM.
How to watch Hafthor Bjornsson vs. Eddie Hall in Australia
- Segi TV
The only way to watch Hall vs. Bjornsson is through the Segi TV website. There is no registration needed and you can watch the fight for free.
Core Sports, the promotion behind the matchup, has been and will be releasing content related to the fight on its social channels.
Eddie Hall vs Thor Bjornsson Boxing Record
- Eddie Hall: (0-0-0)
- Hafthor Bjornsson (0-0-2)
While Hall is yet to have a competitive bout in the ring, Bjornsson fought against Steven Ward in January, with the bout ending in a draw via unanimous decision.
Bjornsson stepped up his preparation for his fight with Hall by taking part in another exhibition- this time against professional boxer Simon Vallely.
No official winner was declared for this fight.
Is there anything to look out for on the Eddie Hall vs Thor Bjornsson undercard?
Usually, these mega-cards are stacked with a plethora of undercard fights full of prospects intending to make their names in front of a vast audience. But on this occasion, there won’t be a single bout aside from the main event.
Fans can switch on the stream and get straight into the build-up for this monstrous collision. With a combined weight of 683 pounds, the seismic power in the ring will transcend anything we’ve ever seen before.
A half-decade-long grudge comes to this—18 minutes to settle the score. Hall and Thor will trade ferocious shots until the contest concludes.
Why are Hafthor Bjornsson and Eddie Hall fighting?
Over the years, Bjornsson and Hall have competed against one another in numerous strongman competitions. Hall won the 2017 World’s Strongest Man competition. Bjornsson bent his arms and legs during repetitions that year, which resulted in his reps being voided. He did not hold the planned weight above his head long enough between reps. That irked the man known as “The Mountain.”
Bjornsson later claimed that Hall had a plan in place to cheat him out of the competition. Hall posted a video on YouTube diving into the competition video, challenging Bjornsson’s claims of conspiring against him. The video was part of a recent documentary by filmmaker Andrew Quinn.
“Hafthor Bjornsson and his entourage have been smearing my title and the referee Colin Bryce’s reputation for the last three years,” Hall went on to say, via Yahoo Sports. “And because he was the mountain from ‘Game of Thrones and he was a huge TV star, people listened, and people believed him.”
In 2020, Bjornsson surpassed the strongman deadlift record of 500 kilograms (1,102 pounds) with a mark of 1,105 pounds, breaking Hall’s record. That was done in Bjornsson’s home gym in Iceland. Hall argued the legitimacy of the record, as Bjornsson did not break it at a sanctioned event or during competition. That elevated the feud between the two.
All was calm between the two prior to fight week. Right before the big fight, things got heated when they both clashed and spat at one another. Bjornsson would go on his YouTube channel to discuss the confrontation.
In an interview with iFL TV, Hall later confirmed that the confrontation before the fight was planned. During the sitdown, both men talked about their hatred for one another. It was as civil as they could get, all things considered.
The fight between the two was supposed to happen in 2021 in Florida, but Hall had to back out after suffering a detached bicep.