Arbab Khizer Hayat weighs nearly 1,000 pounds, thanks in part to a daily diet consisting of 7 pounds of meat, claims to be Pakistan’s strongest man.
He was recorded on video stopping a tractor with his beefy bare hands — wants to be a weightlifting champion.
“I am thankful to God for giving me this body. It is a matter of time before I get into the world weightlifting arena,” said Hayat, the 6-foot 3-inch tall 25-year-old told Caters.
Hayat — who consumes 26 eggs for breakfast, over 5 quarts of milk, and lots of meat — says his 10,000 calorie daily diet doesn’t get in the way of his health.
“I don’t have any medical conditions nor do I feel uncomfortable with my weight. But I have to keep at it if I want to become a world champion, strong man,” he said.
Hayat began dreaming of a weightlifting career when he was an overweight teen. According to The Sun, 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 says.
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“I started gaining weight in my teens, but I realized that I wanted to get into weightlifting and strongman championships. So I continued to put on weight,” he said.
Hayat, who claims to have lifted 10,000 pounds in a Japanese championship, is preparing to enter the World Wresting Entertainment (WWE) competitions.
“I am looking to meet weight targets, and I am consulting doctors to keep nutrition going,” said Hayat, who hopes to be world famous.