Monday, July 11, 2016

Iran's 'Hulk' Denies Reports That He Wants To Go To Syria To Fight The Islamic State

Enormous: Sajad Gharibi, 24, poses topless on a rooftop to show off his incredible size

Washington Post: Iranian Hulk denies he said he wants to fight ISIS in Syria

It's been a busy week for an Iranian weight lifter who looks strikingly similar to the Hulk. After multiple reports from both Iranian news outlets and international media that Sajad Gharibi, also known as "the Persian Hercules," wants to go to Syria to fight ISIS, the bulky Iranian now denies he ever made those comments and says he has no intention of going to Syria, according to an article in The Observers.

The article, written in Farsi, claims that rumors about Gharibi's desire to fight ISIS alongside the regime of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad started after an interview he gave an Iranian news outlet was taken out of context and then spread on social media. It also shows an image of what appears to be a statement from a social media account linked to Gharibi, where he writes a message to his fans to clarify rumors about his desire to volunteer to fight ISIS in Syria.

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Update: Don't make him angry... you won't like him when he's angry! The incredible Iranian 'Hulk' who is 24 stone of near solid muscle (Daily Mail)

WNU Editor: He will never have a problem getting a job as a bouncer.


TWN said...

We had a body builder in the first platoon I served in, he would get his rations, which were for 24 hr's and would eat them all at once, and he would starve the rest of the 24 hr period, he was not very effective as an Infantryman he need double or triple what the rations provided, he eventually transferred to an armor regiment. That guy in the article, a bouncer or wrestler would be a better choice for him.

Si-vis-pasen- said...

Men's of this size are not fitted for combat easy target.