Unbelievable Man in the World: Iranian Hulk Aka Sajad Gharibi
This monster among man “Iranian Hulk” is signed for Bare Knuckle Fighting Championships (BKFC) and will make his debut next year (2020). Iranian Hulk Aka Sajad Gharibi is a person who is famous for his large physique. He is from Iran, who is a sporty person. Hulk likes to fight, wrestle, boxing and many other games.
Biography & Body measurements
About Iranian Hulk: We Know that All of you are very interested to know the reality of Sajad. The astonishing physique of Iranian bodybuilder Sajad Gharibi has earned him plaudits and a host of nicknames, from “Hercules” to “Hulk;” in an exclusive interview with Sputnik, the 25-year-old shares the secrets of his success.
Sajad, who is 184cm tall and weighs 165kg, has been given several monikers including the “Iranian Hercules” and Rustam, the name of a legendary Persian folk hero. Some Western media publications have dubbed him the “Iranian Hulk.”
|Full Name||Sajjad Gharibi|
|Height in Centimeter||186 cm|
|Height in feets||6’1″|
|Height in meter||1.86 m|
|Weight in kg||175 kg|
|Weight in Ibs||385 Pounds|
|Biceps Size||21 inches|
|Chest Size||60 inches|
Some Real facts related to Sajad Gharib.
- Some people say he makes his pics by photoshop, but I think he is a real bodybuilder, but he uses photoshop to make it more attractive.
- He has a big fan following, so he tries to engage his fanbase by doing some activities like challenging or accepting challenges, but he never did any fight, match anywhere.
- Gharibi wants to join WWE, but he doesn’t get any response from WWE company.
- Sajad is very active on social media and news media he checks regularly that what people shares, post about him on internet media.
He said this In an exclusive interview with Sputnik Iran, muscular Sajad reveals that he once had another nickname, “Daesh executioner” — but it was all a misunderstanding.
“Daesh executioner,” or how my Internet fame began with a misunderstanding: “I graduated in business economics from the University of Bushehr. At the moment I work in a real estate agency, but my main occupation is a sport. For 10 years now I’ve been doing powerlifting. However, my popularity began with a misunderstanding: I was mistaken for a Daesh executioner who appeared on the Internet. People started talking about me and when they recognized me they thought I was a Daesh militant — this rumor even reached the media. But then one London newspaper wrote an article about me which changed people’s ideas about me. Since then, the media have published good things about me and I have received positive recognition throughout the world, and I am so happy about that.
Training and genetics lead the way to muscles of steel: “I lead an ordinary life. I do 2-3 hours of sport each day and sleep for 8 hours. If I have some work to do, then I spend 1.5 hours on sport and I work for the rest of the time. Regarding food, I do eat differently from most other people. Usually, I eat 4-5 times a day, but when I’m trying to bulk up I increase my meals to 7-8 times a day. I eat about the same things as every Iranian family does. However, what distinguishes me from others is my genetics. My grandfather was also a big man and went to the zurkhaneh (a traditional sports arena where physical exercises and wrestling are practiced).
I’m looking forward to entering the international sports arena: “I have received many proposals from different countries, but I am serving in the army at the moment. After I finish my military service, I would like to join a foreign club — with the permission of the Ministry of Sport. Unfortunately, bodybuilding as a sport doesn’t get enough attention in Iran so I want to go abroad for professional development.”
If my country needs me, I’m ready to go to fight in Syria: “When I was given the nickname “Daesh executioner,” a lot of people from different countries, including Russia, began to associate me with terrorists. Above all, I want to protect my homeland and then, if necessary, come to the aid of other countries. I haven’t signed up to serve anywhere and I want to continue my sports activities. If the Islamic Republic of Iran needs my help, if I am asked, I am ready to do that go to Syria.” he said
People on the street are not afraid of me — they want to take a picture with me: “People on the street don’t remember my name, but they love me and they call me the “Iranian giant”, the “Iranian Hercules” or “Hero.” The phrase “Iranian Hulk” has already become a world brand. I am somebody who smiles a lot and I’m very polite to everyone. People don’t have any reason to fear me — most of them want to take a picture with me.” Social media is going crazy about Instagram sensation Sajad Gharibi. The man now being referred to as the Iranian Hulk is all set to be the next big thing in the world of movies, and professional wrestling.
Powerlifter Sajad Gharibi is all of 24. But he is not the kind of man you want to mess with or pick a quarrel with. The freak athlete weighs in at over 340 pounds. The Persian Hercules, as he is also known, has been setting Instagram on fire, with over 112,000 followers.
Sajad is a powerlifter and has participated in several weightlifting and bodybuilding competitions in Iran. However, his claim to have participated in the latter is a little far fetched. While he certainly has the physique for powerlifting and strongman competitions. He is not built to be a professional bodybuilder