Hafthor Bjornsson


It’s being called the heaviest deadlift attempt in history, because it is. If you’ve been missing Strongman competitions, you’re in for a treat. On May 2, Hafthor Bjornsson will be attempting to beat the world record for deadlifting, currently set at 500 kg. He will attempt to deadlift 501 kg to take the world record. Bjornsson is a 3-time ASC (Arnold Strongman Classic) champion. If you want to watch someone attempt to lift over 1,100 lbs, you’ll need to tune into ESPN. Don’t worry if you don’t have cable, you’ll still be able to watch. Keep reading to learn how to watch Hafthor Bjornsson attempt the 501k Deadlift world record online without cable!

Date/Time: May 2, 2020 at 11 am CT

Channel: ESPN

Watch Online: Hulu Live (free 7-day trial)


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