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An English former professional strongman Eddie Hall is known for winning the World’s Strongest Man 2017 competition. He is famous for setting up the world record deadlift holder, lifting 500 kg (1,102 lb; 79 st) under strongman rules, which he achieved in 2016. On May 2, 2020, his lifting record was broken by Hafþór Júlíus Björnsson’s 501kg. He has also won the UK’s Strongest Man and England’s Strongest Man titles on multiple occasions. For six consecutive years, he has won UK’s Strongest Man Competition.
Height / Weight / Age
Eddie Hall has an impressive height of 190 cm or 6’3” feet inches. He is a strongman and weighs 186 kg and 410 lbs. In January 2021, he turned 33 years old. He has charming features with a sharp blue color set of eyes and dark brown spooky hair. He has a gigantic personality with a body measurement of 52 inches chest, 36 inches waist, and 40 inches hips whereas his biceps size are 21 inches. His shoe size is 12 (US) or 43 (UK). He has tattoos all over his arms and shoulder.
According to the sources, Eddie Hall’s estimated net worth is $5 million approximately.
Education / Family
Eddie Hall was born as Edward Stephen Hall on 15 January 1988. He was born and raised in Newcastle-under-Lyme, Staffordshire. In his teenage, he was a successful competitive swimmer and rugby union player. He attended Clayton High School, but at the age of 15, he was expelled due to unknown reasons.
Later, he decided to become a bodybuilder and took training and competed in the strongman circuit, having done a strongman competition at the Iceman gym in Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire. In 2010, Dave Meer of Tamworth, Staffordshire had to step out of the England championships because of injury which was organized by Elite Strongman.
|Real name||Edward Stephen Hall|
|Birth Place||Newcastle-under-Lyme, Staffordshire, England|
|Date Of Birth||January 15, 1988|
|Height||In centimeters – 190 cm
In feet inches – 6’3”
|Weight||In kilograms – 186 kg
In pounds – 410 lbs
|Hair Color||Dark brown|
|Profession||Former Professional Strongman
Social Media Personality
|School||Clayton High School|
|Home Town||Newcastle-under-Lyme, Staffordshire, England|
|Fathers Name||Name not known|
|Mothers Name||Name not known|
|Brothers||Name not known|
|Sister||Name not known|
Career / Fashion And Style
In 2011, Eddie Hall made his professional debut and won the UK’s Strongest Man competition in Belfast, with Ken Nowicki in 2nd and Rich Smith in 3rd. His victory had set a new national record in the “Viking Hold”, hanging on to 20 kg (44lbs) axes in each hand at full stretch for one minute and 18 seconds.
He was found competing alongside six of the ten finalists from World’s Strongest Man 2011, including four-time World’s Strongest Man, Žydrūnas Savickas. Hall finished in eighth place. In April 2013, he failed to qualify for Europe’s Strongest Man 2013 but he was given a second chance when Ervin Katona was forced to retire due to injury.
In March 2015, he made the world record of lifting the 462 kg in the deadlift, and in 2016 he broke his own record by lifting 465 kg. in 2015, he became the 4th World’s, Strongest Man. A documentary was created titled “Eddie: Strongman” which shows his struggle and follows his two years of life as he strives to become the strongest man in the world.
In 2016, he had set the new record in the deadlift of 500 kg but he passed out as he picked up. In 2017, he was the winner of the World’s Strongest Man competition and announced his retirement due to health-related issues. As an actor, he made his appearance in the film “Transformers: The Last Knight’ and also on the show ‘Celebs in Solitary’.
Girlfriends, Affairs, Wife and More
|Children||Son – Maximus Hall
Daughter – 1
Here we are providing you the list of Eddie Hall’s favorite things.
|Favorite Actors||Christina Bale|
|Favorite Actress||Kate Winslet|
|Favorite Food||Pizza, Fries & Ice Cream|
Some Interesting Facts About Eddie Hall
- In 2008, Eddie Hall started his journey back and joined the Iceman gym.
- He was featured on BBC One’s Watchdog program.
- His documentary directed by Matt Bell and the project was produced by Tom Swanston.
- To build a gigantic physique, a strict diet, and an intense workout in the gym.