Bjornsson also called out Hall to a boxing match — not the first time they. have hinted at a fight — after breaking the record.”I just knocked out your record and now I’m ready to knock you out in the ring,” Bjornsson said. “Time to put your fist where your big mouth is and sign the CoreSports contract. I’m ready. Are you ready, Eddie?”Eddie vs hafthor in a boxing match🤔 pic.twitter.com/Oq6VUU3pDc— Luqman Bhana (@luqman_bhana) May 2, 2020Hall, to his credit, wished Bjornsson luck ahead of his world-record attempt. The Icelandic strongman set the record after two prior reps of 925 and 1,025 pounds (seen below).MORE: Bjornsson breaks elephant bar deadlift world [email protected]_ just deadlifted 1,025 pounds 🤯He’s ready to break the world record with 1,104 pounds right now on ESPN! #TheOcho pic.twitter.com/p0OJAwyR0X— ESPN (@espn) May 2, 2020And here’s the world-record lift:[email protected]_ HAS DONE IT!He just deadlifted 1,104 pounds, setting a new world record 😮💪 #TheOcho pic.twitter.com/YQzO5ULZ3S— ESPN (@espn) May 2, 2020Bjornsson, speaking on the ESPN telecast, said he was pleased with his lift — and that he could have done more.”Not only did I pull this incredible weight, I also feel great afterwards,” Bjornsson said. “I’m standing here, tall, feeling good. No injuries. So I’m healthy as well. I believe today I could have done more, but what’s the point? I’m happy with this. My family and friends, they’re happy. And I’ve decided to call it.” Here’s your annual reminder that Hafthor Bjornnson is an extremely strong man.Bjornsson, also known for his role as The Mountain on “Game of Thrones,” made history Saturday by setting a new world record in the deadlift at 1,104 pounds. In doing so, he broke the 1,102-pound mark set by England’s Eddie Hall in 2016.