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Iran Hulk: powerlifter ‘Hulk’ from Iran heads to Syria to fight ISIS - TomoNews

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UNKNOWN, IRAN — Powerlifter Sajad Gharibi can basically pick up the weight of two baby elephants, according to the Mirror newspaper. Dubbed the “Iranian Hulk” or “Persian Hercules,” this 24-year-old has become a social media sensation.

In early July 2016, news outlets reported Sajad is putting his growing career on hold TO GO SMASH ISIS!! (ROAR)

He will reportedly be joining an Iranian military unit and will fight ISIS with soldiers from Syria’s Assad regime — but who cares? All we know is Persian Hercules wants to kill ISIS; and this is good.

Gharibi is said to be toughening up for the upcoming fight, reportedly dipping his hands in hot coals and burning sand to numb his fists so he can SMASH those puny ISIS faces.

Good hunting, Iran-Hulk!
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