EDDIE HALL has already lined up his next fight – calling out Polish strongman Mariusz Pudzianowski.
The British former world’s strongest man fights Games of Thrones star Hafthor Bjornsson – known as Thor – in a grudge match this Saturday.
It includes a rematch clause if both rivals agree – but Hall insisted it will not be necessary.
He told Muscle and Health: “I wanna move on to another fight and I know for a fact Thor doesn’t want to rematch.
“I don’t blame him. He knows what’s coming to him and he doesn’t want that to happen twice.
“At the end of the day, I’ve been boxing for two years, and I’ve put my heart and soul into it, so it’d be a shame to fight once and make an exit. I’d like to carry on.
“I’m not saying I wanna fight with pro boxers, but I think this sort of clash of the celebrities has really taken off.
“Mariusz Pudzianowski has been coming onto my channel and having met him, he seems like a nice guy.
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“So it’d be good to do business. It could be another battle of the strongmen. Another clash of the title.”
Pudzianowsk, 45, is a strongman legend, with FIVE world titles to his name, but more recently transitioned to MMA with a record of 16–7.
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Hall’s hopes of fighting the Pole could be over before they even begin, as a rematch with Thor cannot be ruled out.
Bjornsson, 33, told SunSport: “My head is focused on this fight. In the contract there’s a clause saying a rematch is an option.
“If both parties want to do it, but I’m focused on this fight.”