The planet continues to produce non-ordinary personages.
We regard here Al-Sayed al-Essawy, a 24-year-old Egyptian man who claims title to “strongest man in the world.”
In June of this year, this man resolved to engage in a “steel-cage fight” with a lion.
Below, find some of al-Essawy’s wisdom, uttered pre-fight.
The lion, naturally, does not speak.
God made me, and he made the lion, and he put us both on the same planet, which means the lion is fair game. Ethically, there should be no problem.
I have a whole series of shows planned in my head. I will pull an airplane with my teeth, and I will pull an airplane with my hair. I will also be run over by an airplane.
In between each of these acts, there will be lion battles.
I’ve taught children how to chew glass and pull cars with their teeth. I can raise a generation of supersoldiers. I’ve jumped from ten-story buildings and I’ve hanged myself many times.
I think it’s time we start celebrating genuine talent.