Hafthor Bjornsson vs Eddie Hall: Thor sends message to The Beast after Devon Larratt win

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Hafthor Bjornsson called out his rival Eddie Hall following his win over Devon Larratt in Dubai, wasting absolutely no time in setting his sights on his next fight.

The Mountain began the fight last night strongly and was dominant from the very first second, as he kept landing jabs on his opponent.

While Larratt was forced to be on the defensive, he managed to land a few hooks on Bjornsson, but nothing to damage his opponent.

After a minute, the Canadian was unable to cope with Bjornsson's onslaught, and the referee was forced to stop the fight. The former strongman won the fight via knockout, earning his very first win in a boxing ring following two draws in his previous bouts.

After the encounter, the strongman called out his rival Hall, saying: "You guys know what I want to fight [next].

"You guys know. Come on, who is it? I know Eddie's at home chilling on the sofa with his popcorn and cola.

Enjoy your life, buddy. I'm gonna knock you out soon.

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Earlier, Hall had mocked Bjornsson's boxing career, saying: "I've watched both the fights and it was very laughable. It's put a lot more confidence in me watching his fights, because I know what I'm capable of. I know what I can do.

"I've put absolutely zero content out there, and I know for a fact that's going to be getting in his head as well that he doesn't know what's coming. You know he's going to have some sleepless nights, whereas I'm going to sleep like a baby, because I know what's coming and I'm not scared of it."

Hall and Bjornsson were initially scheduled to fight in Jacksonville, Florida yesterday, but that couldn't happen due to the former suffering a tear in his bicep.

Read more: Eddie Hall vs Hafthor Bjornsson: Boxing, Date, Tickets, Stats, Odds, Where To Watch And Everything You Need To Know

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However, it's safe to assume that both strongmen would want to lock horns in what will probably be billed as the Heaviest Boxing Match in History.

MTK Global said that the fight could take place in early 2022.

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