Eddie Hall vs Hafthor Bjornsson PPV price revealed as early-bird tickets go on sale for strongman fight

THE price of the PPV bout between Eddie Hall and Hafthor Bjornsson has been announced by MTK Global.

An early-bird sale of the PPV lists prices at £9.99 for the September 18 fight, which will take place in Nevada, USA.

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The event is being broadcast exclusively live on CoreSports.World and is being billed as ‘The Heaviest Boxing Match in History’, despite Hall already losing five stone for the fight.

Both men are currently involved in intense training regimes for the eagerly anticipated clash.

Thor, who is best known for playing The Mountain in Game of Thrones, recently came through his last exhibition fight against Simon Vallily, and had a word of warning for Hall.

He said: "Eddie Hall, you better be training your a** off.

"Because I'm coming for you, and I'm knocking you out – you're going down.

"I respect you as an athlete, and I know you're training hard, but I am going to knock you out, see you soon!"

Hall is not afraid of the challenge however, and did not take long to fire back at his strongman competitor.


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Hall replied with a post on Instagram that read: "Keeping my head down as training ramps up.

"Four months until we see Thor's face down on the floor."

The pair are fierce rivals from their time competing in World's Strongest Man as well as racing to become the first man to deadlift 500kg, which Hall did in 2019.

Both men have transformed their bodies since they each set a new deadlift record, with Thor recently showing off his new toned, muscular look ahead of the fight.

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