Meet the real-life Hulk.

At least that's what some people are calling him.

Arbab Khizer Hayat, a 24-year old man from Pakistan, says he weighs a whopping 960 pounds, and claims to be the world’s strongest man. In a recent video posted online, the 6' 3" Hayat seems to hold back a tractor as it's driven in reverse:

According to the Mirror, Hayat says he wants to become a weightlifting champion (we're guessing he means strongman) and has his eyes on the the WWE (which, again, is not wrestling or strongman competition). “My immediate goal is to enter World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) competitions," he said. "I am looking to meet weight targets, and I am consulting doctors to keep nutrition going.”

As for his nutrition plan: Hayat says he eats about 10,000 calories a day, including 36 eggs, 7 lbs of meat (mostly chicken), and a little over a gallon of milk. "It gives me strength and increases my stamina," he told RadioFreeEurope.

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 told The Sun, a British tabloid.

Look: To be fair, there's no doubt that Hayat is a big dude, especially when compared against the other guys in these videos. But as for strongest in the world? Well, Brian Shaw, Thor Bjornsson, and Zydrunas Savickas might have a thing to say about that. And there's a difference between being a heavy, stronger-than-average guy and, y'know, strongest in the world.

But if he wants to sign on with WWE? More power to him, man.

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