Eddie Hall HURT coaches with explosive punches as he prepares for his fight with Hafthor Bjornsson.

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Eddie Hall HURT coaches with explosive punches as he prepares for his fight with Hafthor Bjornsson.

After sharing footage of himself training ahead of his fight with Hafthor Bjornsson, EDDIE HALL has stunned fans with his explosive power.

The British behemoth was supposed to fight his former Strongman opponent in September, but a detached bicep forced him to postpone the fight until 2022.

And, in a video shared to his 2.9 million Instagram followers, Hall demonstrated that he is in incredible shape after surgery.

Hall can be seen in the video throwing a barrage of combinations during a pad session, injuring his trainer.

The 33-year-old even apologized at the end of the video as his trainer held his arm in pain.

“Little pad work today, taking a break from sparring,” Hall captioned the video.

“I’ve regained full and partial strength in my left arm.

It’s great to see all of my hard work on explosive power pay off.

“I’m feeling great and can’t wait for the fight to be scheduled.”

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“Thor, prepare your tattoo artist.”

Team Beast, many thanks.”

“I was wondering when Bob Hoskins arms were gonna come off,” one user joked.

There’s a lot of power there, mate.”

“Oh yeah, Eddie is winning this fight,” another said.

Thor is sluggish and uncoordinated.

Eddie has the upper hand because of his size and speed.”

“S*** that trainer has some solid hands!” said a third.

In the meantime, one person simply said, “That’s f***ing scary.”

“Looking proper explosive! Scary how a guy as big as you can move that quickly,” one added.

I believe I can safely say that no one wants to be hit in the face with one of those.”

When it comes to blows inside the ring, Hall has stated that he will break Thor’s jaw.

“I think everyone had Thor as the favorite at first because he has the reach and height advantage,” he insisted.

“Even though I’m 6ft 2.5in and he’s 6ft 9in, I think people are noticing how seriously I’m taking this.”

“I’m putting my heart and soul into this battle, and I’m not doing anything 99 percent of the time.”

It’s all or nothing.

“I think it’s safe to say the general public is getting the impression that I’m taking this very seriously and that Thor is going to break his jaw.”

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Eddie Hall showed off his explosive power in a training clip he posted on InstagramBritish ace Hall is preparing to face former Strongman rival Hafthor Bjornsson next yearHall was set to face Thor in September, only for him to suffer an arm injury to postpone the dust-up

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