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- Category: Weird News
- Tuesday, 31 March 2015 10:38
A 4ft 4in tall dwarf who claims to be "the strongest man in the world" has revealed he hopes to break down further barriers by marrying his 6ft 3in tran$gender girlfriend.
Mirror reports that, Anton Kraft has smashed records for weightlifting by being able to lift four times his own weight, but the determined 52-year-old has told how his greatest achieving was bagging his glamorous new love.
The body builder, who is originally from Denmark but now lives in Florida, said he instantly fell for China Bell, despite the fact she was originally born a man.He said: "We used to walk against the current, but the current has changed.
Florida is one the states that have same-s3x marriage - and both of us are basically the same sex.
"I enjoy dating a tran$gender woman because she was born a male and is doing the utmost to become as feminine as possible.
"I find that most women born as women do not spend as much time on their appearance."
The couple has been dating for six months and China told how she found her new love irresistible.
She said: "I think Anton's weightlifting is so s3xy because
I think he's s3xy - when you hold a world heavyweight title, that means a lot.
"I've never dated a 4ft 4in guy and I was just so curious.
I'm glad I gave him a chance because he's an amazing person. "I'm different and he's different, and where we're from, different is good."
He claims to have the highest bench record of all time for his weight class, but it seems he may have pushed his body too far.
In his pursuit of ultimate power he says he has 'technically died' five times before being resuscitated - ranging from drowning to falling out of a window.
Doctors also fear he may have a heart attack if he keeps up his all-action lifestyle - but Anton isn't budging.
He said: "Some people say that what I do is weakness, or micro-man syndrome - that I want to do something that I am not built for, to prove something.
But I believe there's only one winner - second is first loser.
Second doesn't count. "Overall, I am one of the five strongest guys in the world, regardless of height and weight.
And I am the only guy in the world who has ever benched four-times his body weight."
SOURCE: Mirror (UK)