Fans Fear Iranian Hulk Will Be Destroyed By 'World's Scariest Man' After Training Footage Emerges
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People are predicting that 'Iranian Hulk' Sajad Gharibi will be destroyed by Martyn Ford when the pair go head to head, after Gharibi shared a bizarre training video. You can watch it here:
The clip shows Gharibi looking like he's fighting a group of four men as they charge towards him.
In the caption of the video, 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."
Gharibi is set to fight Ford - often dubbed 'the world's scariest man' - on 2 April, but some people don't think it'll take place.
After the video was posted, one fan wrote: "100% this fight with Martyn is never going to happen!! He would absolutely destroy you and you know it."
It seems he's now turned off comments on the video but in another post, someone commented: "You should be training for the fight. You’re gonna get smashed."
In response, another commented: "He won’t get smashed cos he won’t even turn up….that’s guaranteed, if he did turn up everyone would discover that he is about a quarter of the size he says he is."
Ford, who stands at six foot eight, has previously mocked his opponent for some of the videos he's posted.
Back in November, 39-year-old Ford shared a clip of himself ripping a cucumber in half after Gharibi posted one of himself ripping apart melons as well as bending metal.
Gharibi, 30, captioned his post: "YES THIS IS PERSONAL... Iranian Hulk never stops. See you April 2nd @martynfordofficial."
Ford hit back not long after where he appeared to mock the bodybuilder by bopping along to 'Eye of the Tiger'.
The UK actor and bodybuilder captioned the post: "I figured... I would take my training up a notch, and show this Hulk guy I'm not playing... so here we have it, the CUCUMBER show of strength."
As well as a series of clown emojis, he wrote: "@boxstaruk asked me to leak some training footage ... so here it is."