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Eddie Hall’s return track to fight Hafthor Bjornsson begins as The Beast resumes training after surgery on a detached bicep


The road to recovery for Eddie Hall is well underway.

The former world’s strongest man was ready to fight Hafthor Bjornsson in September to settle their bitter feud once and for all.

Hall had surgery less than two weeks ago, but has already resumed training
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The Beast was making good progress and was underway in its 12 week battle camp before disaster struck.

He suffered from a detached bicep during training which knocked him out of action, with the bout likely to be postponed until March of next year.

Hall underwent surgery on the wound, a procedure he was awake to and was able to relate to.

Less than two weeks after putting his biceps back in place, he was back in training.

Eddie Hall’s return track to fight Hafthor Bjornsson begins as The Beast resumes training after surgery on a detached bicep
Swimming is also part of Hall’s attempt to recover from his injury
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In videos on Instagram, he showed himself working on the speed bag and then another swim.

He wrote alongside them: “Day 11 after bicep reattachment, 5 rounds armed sparring followed by a 10x 1min speed ball.”

In another, he said: “Day 12 after bicep reattachment – 6 x 6 length swim followed by phantom boxing drills in the water.”

To aid his recovery as well, he uses a hyperbaric chamber at home – a device believed to help athletes recover 12 times faster.

Meanwhile, Thor could still fight in September even if Eddie Hall is out of action.

The Icelandic strongman, who played The Mountain on Game of Thrones, is still training but no new opponents have been announced yet.

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