Eddie Hall is preparing to return to training next week after being operated on for a serious injury.
Hall suffered a bicep abutment during a workout and had surgery nine days ago to resolve the issue.
This meant that his highly anticipated fight with Hafthor Bjornsson had to be postponed.
However, it is by no means canceled and is expected to take place in March 2022.
Former World’s Strongest Man Hall is recovering from his injury fairly quickly.
He posted an update on Instagram on his progress.
Beside a photo of his surgeons he wrote: Many thanks to these two captions for fixing my biceps 💪 @profvanriet @theshouldersurgeon.
“9 days later and I’m already using my arm fully and can straighten it as before and the scar is absolutely minimal. Training resumes Monday.
Last week, Hall posted a full video on YouTube detailing his injury.
He was AWARE during the operation and was able to relate what was happening throughout the process.
Hall said: “All I did was throw a lazy hook, nothing too tiring, and it just snapped. It’s probably an underlying strongman problem.
“The bad news is that the fight is going to end until March of next year. I spoke to the promoters.
“The fight is certainly not over, but will be rescheduled, which I’m not happy with. I apologize to the people who paid for pay-per-views, tickets and flights there.
“I apologize overwhelmingly, it just can’t be helped, but the fight is still going on.”