The massive 24-year-old powerlifter can reportedly lift a whopping 386 lbs -- more than his own bodyweight. That's pretty impressive seeing as a baby elephant typically weighs just over half that mass: about 200 lbs.
The Mirror, which provided that metric for Gharibi's terrific strength, didn't specify how he lifts such a weight; but for possible context, an American weightlifter last year set a new record for the raw bench press by lifting 622.5 lbs, according to the International Powerlifting Federation.
Gharibi, the self-proclaimed "Persian Hercules," regularly enjoys frowning at the camera while flexing his enormous muscles for his 105,000 Instagram followers.
A healthy diet is surely important for strength. Has a pineapple ever looked so tiny?
What size shirt does he wear? XXXXXXXL?
Lifting heavy objects? No problem. Fitting into a car? Not so simple for the Middle Eastern Hulk lookalike.
Gharibi himself has proudly drawn comparisons to his green superhero twin.
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CLARIFICATION: This article has been updated with an alternative figure to provide a comparison for Gharibi's strength.