World’s Scariest Man dwarfs his Ferrari as he’s left head in hands by burst tyre

The World's Scariest Man was left with his head in his hands after a tyre popped on his Ferrari – which looked tiny compared to him.

Martyn Ford, 39, has earned his nickname thanks to his 6'8" frame and eye-popping physique made up of 22 stone of muscle.

He towered over the Iranian Hulk, AKA Sajad Gharibi, ahead of their boxing fight at London's O2 Arena this April.

And he makes his Ferrari look like a Hot Wheels figure when stood next to it.

Ford posed for a picture with the vehicle after suffering the misfortune of one of his tyres bursting.

He captioned his Instagram post: "When the tyre pops on a country road and your already late. Oh we have some fun."

It's a miracle he could fit in the super car in the first place.

The actor has transformed himself into a monster of a man since suffering with an eating disorder as a teenager.

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Having built up a considerable social media following, Ford became embroiled in an online feud with Gharibi.

The pair first proposed a bout during Ford's time at Polish MMA promotion KSW.

They have now settled on meeting in the ring instead and will headline a bizarre card which includes former Manchester United defender Patrice Evra.

Ford got the better of his opponent at their first face-to-face meeting last month.

And he is so confident that he has claimed he already knows when he is going to knock Gharibi out.

Speaking to Muscle and Health Magazine, he boldly said: "If I really wanted to end it fast, I could knock him out in twenty seconds.

"But I think I'll give him one round and twenty seconds."

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