A bikini-clad former WWE star has bench-pressed a bloke while claiming she is the "strongest person ever".
Former in-ring competitor Aliyah put to rest claims she was injured with a poolside bench press of a buff bloke. Sporting a bikini poolside, the Canadian professional wrestler pulled off the impressive feat of endurance.
The one-time Smackdown Tag Team Champion took to X, formerly Twitter, and shared the video, saying she was "pound for pound" the strongest person ever. Her tweet read: "If we going pound for pound I’m def the strongest person ever".
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The 28-year-old wrestler announced she was no longer with the company on September 21, writing on X she was "no longer apart of WWE". She has since shared a Cameo link, where fans can request video messages.
She has since called herself the "strongest person ever", and poolside footage may provide proof of such a claim. Some X users were equally as impressed by the feat of strength.
One user wrote the bench press was "impressive" while another wrote: "I don't care what anyone says, this if f'n impressive".
Equally as impressive is legend of the ring Ric Flair recently revealing he would like to step back into the ring at the age of 74. The two-time Hall of Famer and wrestling icon is keen to lace up his boots for one last bout.
The Daily Star reported the accolade-laden star's desire to get back between the ropes earlier this week. The 16-time world champion is hopeful of a return to the ring after his last bout in July 2022 left him bleeding from the head and barely able to walk.
It is believed he also passed out backstage just seconds after leaving the ring. Whether Flair has it in him to face off against one last opponent is yet to be seen.
Speaking earlier this week, Flair said: "I want to wrestle again right now. Isn’t it crazy? I feel like because, Ricky Morton, the guy that I should have chosen for my last match would have been great.
"Ricky Morton is still wrestling – you know what the best thing for me about it was, is I forced myself to really get in shape. I’ve heard this from guys over the years, when they were older, I was in my prime. The older guys would say, ‘Man, I’m tired of working out.'"
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