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Meet Arbab Khizer Hayat - he's 6ft 3 and weighs an incredible 68 stone! The gentle giant has been called Pakistan's Hulk and claims to be the strongest man in the world.
The 25 year old certainly looks the part; he consumes 10,000 calories a day to keep the weight on - that's four times as much as the national average. He's got a pretty weird diet. He eats 36 eggs for breakfast and during the day manages to put away five litres of milk and 7lbs of meat. Living the dream.
Famous in his native Pakistan, he's not content to just be big and strong; Arbab dreams of becoming a weightlifting champion and a WWE wrestler.
Here he is pulling a reversing tractor towards him, all while sitting down. He's that casual about it.
He said: "My aim to become the champion. I am thankful to God for giving me this body. It is a matter of time before I get into the world weightlifting arena,' Arbab told the Daily Mail.
"My immediate goal is to enter World Wresting Entertainment (WWE) competitions. I am looking to meet weight targets and I am consulting doctors to keep nutrition going."
The man is pretty confident he's got what it takes.
Arbab claims that he lifted a weight of 10,000lbs in a Japanese championship - now bear in mind that's over 4,500kg and about 10 times as much as men have to lift in the Strong Man Championships. If he can actually do that - we may have just found the strongest man in the world. I happen to think we've found a liar. Is he really 10 times stronger than The Mountain?
To become the World's Strongest Man, Ardab would have to beat Brian Shaw, who has won the championship several times, in 2011, 2013, 2015 and 2016, and is known as the strongest man in history.
And it's not just about being big and strong when it comes to professional wrestling, either - it's a sport (yeah) and Ardab would need a lot of training.
The current champion of WWE is AJ Styles, who has been a wrestler for almost 20 years - but at only 25 years old, Ardab is pretty young and has plenty of time.
G'wan lad, live your dreams!
Words Laura Hamilton
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