The 30-year-old “giant” from Pakistan has a desire to go down in history as a modern-day Hercules

430-kilogram Arbab Khizer Hayat from Pakistan has declared himself the strongest man in the world and expressed his desire to go down in history as a modern-day Hercules.

The 25-year-old has announced his plans to become a professional wrestler and powerlifting champion. “It’s just a matter of time,” he said.

The 30-year-old "giant" from Pakistan has a desire to go down in history as a modern-day Hercules

Known as Hulk by his fellow countrymen (in honor of the superhero from Marvel comics), Hayat is grateful to God for his physique and would like to weigh even more.

To achieve this, the man consumes 11,000 kilocalories per day: for breakfast alone, he eats 36 eggs, more than three kilograms of meat, and approximately five liters of milk.

Hayat stands at approximately 190 centimeters tall.

The 30-year-old "giant" from Pakistan has a desire to go down in history as a modern-day Hercules

According to the Pakistani man, he does not have any health problems due to his size.

“And I don’t feel uncomfortable with my weight,” emphasized Hercules.

However, he cannot avoid the usual household problems.

The 30-year-old "giant" from Pakistan has a desire to go down in history as a modern-day Hercules

For example, it is very difficult for him to get into and out of a regular car due to his size. “I have trouble traveling by car due to the lack of space,” says Baba, who owns a large and spacious SUV.

“I’m looking for ways to achieve my weight goals and consult with doctors to maintain a balanced diet.

Unfortunately, wrestling and weightlifting are underdeveloped in Pakistan, but Khan Baba hopes to change that by inspiring others with his stunts.

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