'World's Scariest Man' Martyn Ford 'Concerned' After Seeing Clip Of Iranian Hulk Training
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Martyn Ford has revealed that he is 'worried and concerned' for his opponent when they go head to head, especially after seeing his bizarre training clip which you can watch below:
Ford - who is known as being the 'world's scariest man' - will be taking on 'Iranian Hulk' Sajad Gharibi on 2 April with people now fearing that he will be destroyed.
It seems Ford himself can't believe the fight is going ahead, especially after seeing a training video from Gharibi which showed him fighting a group of men who charged towards him.
Taking to Instagram, Ford wrote: "It's 100 percent on, it's all signed, sealed and ready to go ..... I have absolutely no idea what he is playing at, but I will say this ... im training ready to take heads off.
"Mentally and physically I will be ready to absolutely explode. I actually feel slightly worried and concerned for what could happen BUT come April, this is a fight and I will feel no sympathy.
"I am Training to WIN, training for KO, training to impress and shock people. The victory in my eyes is inevitable, BUT how I win is what motivates me to work harder every day."
Commenting on the post, one fan wrote: "After watching this guy train… He will either not turn up or the fight will be over easy first round!!! I would have a whole medical unit at ringside I’m afraid to say!"
Another predicted: "100% no show. And he’ll post some lame excuse with a message to @martynfordofficial saying how lucky pretty boy is that he didn’t have to face THE IRANIAN HULK!"
A third pondered over the possibility that the videos might be a joke when they said: "Those training videos have got to be a wind up, surely? If not, this is going to be quick!"
When Gharibi posted the video of himself taking part in the bizarre training, he wrote: "Work Hard In Silence and Let Success Makes The Noise."
Then, in what seems to be a reference to Ford, he added: "Hey pretty boy. Enjoy your remaining days. I will come to London."
Ford has told fans that tickets for the 'heaviest fight in history' can be reserved now by following this link.
Featured Image Credit: Instagram/@martynfordofficial