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The World's Strongest Man Arena Tour
Giants Live Wembley
The Who are performing at Wembley Stadium on this day, therefore we advise you to arrive early to avoid congestion within the area, parking will also be limited so we would recommend you book early or use public transport if you can and walk to local stations to avoid queuing.
The World's Strongest Men battle it out over 5 trials of strength in a one-night high octane strength challenge and includes arguably the strongest man ever - 450lbs/33 stones in weight and standing 6’8” tall is the American 4 x World’s Strongest Man Brian Shaw.
Kicking off the show is a legendary showdown in the World Deadlift Championships (Event 1 of 5), The World's best deadlifters join the filed of men and gun to beat EDDIE‘THE BEAST’ HALL’s Deadlift World Record of 500kg. Hall is a special MC on the night with other WSM Champions - Bill Kazmaier and Magnus Ver Magnusson - helping spice things up with a face-off in the "Giants Live Legends Challenge”. The two former World Champions go head to head in a grudge match on the Hercules Hold.
- Brian Shaw USA - 4x World's Strongest Man
- Mateusz Kieliszkowski POL - World Tour Finals Champion
- Mark Felix ENG - Hercules Hold World Record Holder
- Larry Wheels USA - World Record Holder in Powerlifting
- Iron Biby (Burkina Faso) - Log Lift World Champion
- Laurence Shahlaei ENG - Europe’s Strongest Man 2016
- Adam Bishop ENG - 2nd at Britain’s Strongest man 2019
- Tom Stoltman SCO - Scotland’s Strongest Man
- Luke Stoltman SCO - 4x Scotland’s Strongest Man
- Mikhail Shivlyakov RUS - Russia’s Strongest Man
- Konstantine Janashia GEO - Georgia’s Strongest Man
- Rauno Heinla EST - Estonia’s Strongest Man
- Jerry Pritchett USA - Former Record holder in Deadlift
GUESTS at World Deadlift Championship:
- Benedikt Magnússon ISL - World Record Holder in Deadlift
- Nedzmin Ambeskovic Bosnia/Sweden - a Deadlift Specialist.
This is an extreme sport and occasional injuries stop athletes form competing. However, all named athletes are signed to compete.