HAFTHOR BJORNSSON has revealed his drastic weight loss since beating Eddie Hall.
But the giant admits it’s down to a LACK of training, rather than more.
Bjornsson, 33, stunned the world of boxing when he dismantled strongman rival Hall in March with a confident performance.
The Iceland actor, who starred in hit TV show Game of Thrones, weighed in at a mammoth 152kg when he took on Hall.
That was already 60kg less than his peak weight while competing as a professional strongman.
But Bjornsson claims he’s shrunk even further, despite still retaining a huge physique.
The 2018 World’s Strongest Man admits his motivation for training and dieting consistently has tailed off since beating Hall.
But Thor has urged anyone feeling the same way to understand it is part and parcel of life.
He said: “Body weight 146kg. Haven’t been 100 per cent with my diet or training lately.
“I’m human like everyone else and I’m going through a period of my life where I’m not 100 per cent focused or dedicated all the time.
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“It’s weird because for the last 10+ years of my life I’ve been super focused and driven because I’ve always had a goal to strive towards.
“Being in the unknown now has my motivation lacking a bit. If you are lacking motivation at this moment, know that it’s normal and we all go through that.”
Meanwhile, Bjornsson revealed last month he offered to spar Tyson Fury ahead of the Brit’s successful title defence against Dillian Whyte.
Thor told TalkSport: “We spoke about training, what is happening, the plans for his future, what’s next for him and what’s next for me.
“Just bits and pieces of everything. He’s a really nice guy and I have a huge respect for Tyson Fury as a boxer and a person.
“He seems like a really decent guy. We had some nice talks and even spoke about training together one day.
“I know he’s starting his camp and I would love to go there and be a part of that if that is on the table and an offer.”