Iranian Hulk Wants a Shot in WWE

Published On June 30, 2016 | Wrestling News
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AL.com – Have you ever seen a real-life Hulk?

Well, if you haven’t- you’re about to.

Sajad Gharibi, who has earned the nickname “The Iranian Hulk,” has taken the Internet by storm with his size.

According to The Daily Mail, the 24-year-old Iranian weighs nearly 350 lbs., with most of the weight being muscle.

Gharibi has over 113,000 Instagram followers who want to see the bodybuilder’s daily life escapades and selfies that he posts regularly. While he participates in bodybuilding competitions, Gharibi typically does powerlifting contests within those competitions.

The “Persian Hercules” has been featured in publications and news sites all over the world, including ABC News, Flex, Fox News, For the Win, The Huffington Post, Esquire, Maxim, and Mirror.

CBS Sports said that the “Iranian Hulk” is wanting to enter the World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) and even challenged current WWE stars on his social media pages.

Do you even lift, bro? The Iranian Hulk has taken the internet by storm and I really don’t understand why. Yes, he’s huge. I get that. But really, this is what causes an uproar on the internet these days? In wrestling he’s made waves because he wants a shot at coming to WWE. I can’t see that happening, namely because this is probably so pumped full of PEDs that other PED users could probably inject his saliva and get the benefit. Of course I write this and next week we’ll see WWE welcoming Sajad Gharibi to NXT.

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