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The 'Pakistani Hulk' Sets Sights on Becoming a World Star

Arbab Khizer Hayat won't stop until he becomes a weightlifting champion.

Meet the real-life Hulk, or at least that is what some people are calling him. Arbab Khizer Hayat, a 25-year old man from Pakistan, weighs a whopping 960 pounds, and claims to be the world’s strongest man. In a recent video posted online, the 6' 3" tall big man is seen stopping a tractor with his bare hands. 

According to the Mirror, Hayat says he wants to become a weightlifting champion and has his eyes on the the WWE. “My immediate goal is to enter World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) competitions. I am looking to meet weight targets, and I am consulting doctors to keep nutrition going.”

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What does nutrition look like for the Pakistan’s hulk man who has claimed to have lifted over 10,000 pounds? Apparently, it takes about 10,000 calories a day, which can include 36 eggs for breakfast, 7 pounds of meat and a little over a gallon of milk. Sounds delicious.  

According to The Sun, Hayat is already a star in his town of Mardan, Pakistan, with locals showing up at his home each day to get a peak at the beast. "I get a lot of love and admiration from the people here. But I don't want to stop here. I want to become a world star," he says.

Check out more on Arbab Khizer Hayat, and watch the video below.

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