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Bjornsson’s wager will donate $1,000,000.
Hall and Bjornsson threw a bet on which of the two strongmen will get a tattoo: a full-sleeved tattoo across his chest and the other’s name tattooed across his calves. The loser would be required to get the other’s name tattooed and donate $1 million to charity. The losing strongman would also get the title of “World’s Strongest Man.”
Hall, the 2017 World’s Strongest Man, and Bjornsson are preparing for a boxing match scheduled for early 2022. Hall issued a bet to Bjornsson of $100,000. Hall suggested that the loser donate the money to the charity of the winner, but Bjornsson declined to match the wager. Hall raised the bet to $200,000 when Bjornsson refused to match it.
Hall and Bjornsson are the largest men on the planet. Their rivalry has gone beyond the ring. Both are former strongman competitors and have been feuding for years. The winner of the bet will donate the money to charity. A full-size Bjornsson is expected to win the bout. Bjornsson has reportedly lost over 100 pounds in preparation for the contest.
Hall and Bjornsson have rekindled verbal sparring. Hall suggested a $100,000 charity donation while Hafthor proposed a $200,000 donation. Bjornsson has three professional exhibition fights under his belt, including a win over Devon Larratt. If Bjornsson wins, he’ll get a tattoo on his arse instead.
Thor Bjornsson has announced that he’s agreed to a tattoo wager with Eddie Hall. The bet is related to the Worlds Strongest Man controversy from 2017. The bout between Bjornsson and Hall is scheduled to take place this weekend in Dubai. While the rivalry has been ongoing for years, the two have come to an agreement to settle it with a tattoo. Hall agreed to accept the challenge and donate the money to charity, while Bjornsson agreed to get a tattoo on his arm.
Hall injured his bicep in a sparring session. The two men also agreed to donate the money to charity if they lose the wager.
Hall says he’s scared to lose
A recent interview with Hall reveals that he is apprehensive to lose at wagerhalls. In the interview, Hall said that he would choose a mental health charity for the winnings of the fight. Hall also added an additional clause, saying that he doesn’t want the loser to donate the same amount as the winner.