HULK SMASH: Real Life Hulk Martyn Ford To Start MMA Career

HULK SMASH: Real Life Hulk Martyn Ford To Start MMA Career

Actor/bodybuilder Martyn Ford is a freak of nature. Towering at 6’8″ – 203 cm, he weighs a huge 320 lbs – 145 kg of pure muscle. Ford has starred in movies Boyka: Undisputed (2016), Kingsman: The Golden Circle (2017) and Redcon-1 (2018).

We’ve previously written about him when he started bjj – late last year.

Back then Ford was quoted saying:

What is your current training philosophy? How often do you change your training?

Currently I am doing HIT training. I run a program for 4-5 weeks and then I have a week off, where I do high volume work. I will switch up the exercises in the second phase, but the reps and methods will remain the same. In regards to fitness, I do MMA training twice per week, with two sessions at the Gracie Academy for BJJ and 2-3 interval sessions in the gym.

For recently gave an interview declaring his interest in MMA:
Ford was flat out asked will he fight for the KSW while attending a recent event and after a little back and forth he confirmed: “Yes”

“We’ve agreed to start with 3 fights… I come for this game with full professionalism. I don’t expect to come in weighing 155, 160 and be able to fight properly. I know what it takes, how much dedication and how much hard work. My fitness level is gonna have to go wooh wooh (gestures way higher) “

No word on potential debut yet

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