EDDIE HALL decked Nile Wilson in devastating fashion after the YouTuber volunteered to take a punch from the former World’s Strongest Man.
Hall made his boxing debut earlier this year against strongman rival Hafthor Bjornsson.
And Wilson – a retired Olympic gymnast – was on hand to feel the full force of the Brit's power.
Hall, who stands 6ft 3in and 25STONE, completely dwarfed the 5ft 6in, 9st 4lb, ex-athlete.
Wilson attempted a punch of his own but it has no effect whatsoever on the super-heavyweight.
Hall, 34, said: "The thing is, mate, I train – with my training, I'll hang on a bar and my training partner will smash me in the gut.
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"Obviously, as you can see, I've also got a massive wall of thick muscle there."
Later on, Hall lands a single jab to Wilson, who is wearing a body belt – but it still sent him flying.
Wilson, 26, said: "My brain hit the back of my head."
Hall then joked: "I think I might have actually knocked him out…"
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But Wilson rather unconvincing replied: "I'm alright, yeah."
Hall and 'Thor' Bjornsson squared off in a fight billed the 'heaviest boxing match in history'.
Bjornsson, 33, dominated the contest and ran out a clear winner.
Both giants have dramatically transformed their bodies as they swap weight lifting for tireless punching.
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