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Eddie Hall vs Thor: Free live stream, UK start time, and how to watch the ‘Heaviest Boxing Match in History’ Eddie Hall vs Hafthor Bjornsson Boxing.

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Thor vs Hall will take place in Dubai

EDDIE HALL and Hafthor ‘Thor’ Bjornsson will FINALLY do battle in the boxing ring. Here’s everything you need to know to watch the highly-anticipated matchup for free. Hesgoal Boxing live is the best place to watch every boxing match online from anywhere.

How to watch Eddie Hall vs Thor Boxing Online?

This heavyweight exhibition clash will take place on Saturday, March 19. It will be held at the 5,000-seater Dubai Duty-Free Tennis Stadium in the United Arab Emirates.

There will not be an undercard on the night and the Hall vs Thor fight is expected to get underway at around 9 pm UK time.

It will be free to watch and will be shown on Hesgoal Boxing live. You do not need to pay and the fight can be live-streamed HERE.

Their coverage will begin from 8:30 pm on the night. Click the below link to watch Eddie Hall vs Thor boxing online from anywhere.


Eddie Hall vs Hafthor Bjornsson: How the Fighters Match Up

Core Sports provided some stats for the combatants ahead of the match. Hall is 34, stands 6’3”, and weighs 339 pounds. He has an 80” reach. Björnsson is 33, stands 6’9”, and weighs 321 pounds. Despite his height advantage of six inches, he also has an 80” reach.

After such a long buildup, there’s plenty of pride on the line. But there’s more than just bragging rights at stake. Hall and Björnsson both pledged to donate $200,000 to charity, and after a contentious exchange on social media (in which Hall suggested the loser donate $1 million, too) the pair agreed that the loser will have to get the other man’s name tattooed on their body with the title “World’s Strongest Man,” according to BarBend.

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What are the fight rules?

The big fight will take place across six, 2min rounds.

Both fighters will be wearing bigger 12oz gloves, as opposed to the usual 10oz gloves for heavyweights.

There will be judges at ringside, and knockouts ARE permitted.