Sajad Gharibi – who weighs 28 stone – has revealed he will make his fight debut next year against an unnamed fighter from Brazil.
He is understood to have been in training after previously expressing an interest in the both professional wrestling and MMA.
Gharibi, from Iran, announced the plans to his more than 440,000 followers on Instagram.
He regularly delights fans with his unbelievably enormous size, monster training regiments and awe-inspiring nosh.
The monster had previously reportedly been lining up a fight with the “Brazilian Hulk” – but it unknown if this bout will also happen.
“I’m ready for the challenge”
“I’m finally accepting my first professional fight from a Brazilian fighter before 2020”, Gharibi wrote on Instagram.
He added: “”I’m ready for the challenge.”
Gharibi shared a picture of himself shirtless along with the message showing off his massive form.
The 26-year-old has built up his following in just three years as he wows social media.
Gharibi first decided to go into MMA in 2017 but since then he has never been able to confirm an opponent.
He tried to entice British bodybuilder Martyn Ford known as the “Scariest Man on the Planet” into a fight via social media.
It never came about – despite the showdown being linked to Polish MMA organisation KSW.
The Iranian Hulk promised fans on Instagram more details will be announced soon.
Gharibi has showed off pictures of his training as he dons MMA gloves and takes on punching bags.
It is unknown if he has formal fight training, or will just be relying on his seemingly mammoth strength.
He has previously posed with the WWE logo as he expressed and interest for signing up with Vince McMahon.
And he had also expressed and interest in joining the Iranian military to fight ISIS.