'The Strongest Man in History' stars fold a pan on 'GMA'

Eddie Hall, Brian Shaw, Nick Best and Robert Oberst flex their superhuman skills with an epic stunt in Times Square.
3:46 | 07/16/19

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Transcript for 'The Strongest Man in History' stars fold a pan on 'GMA'
I'm here with the stars of "The strongest man in history." The new show where these guys travel all over the world competing against each other in -- I'm just going to say it -- insane feats of strength. Superhuman skills right here own an epic stunt so don't go anywhere but first a look at their new show. My strategy was just to grab it and go as fast as I could. I'm going to try to tilt it forward, grab ahold of the top and have it on my back as I go. Wow. When I picked this thing up, the first thing that hurt was my harms holding it in place was absolutely excruciating and painful. Couldn't really carry it the way I wanted to. Started to drag it. I felt if I kept dragging it good and steady the other guys will wear out and I'll keep moving by. My goodness, so fun. Welcome the nicest gentle giants I've ever med, Eddie hall, Brian Shaw, Robert Oberst and Nick best. We welcome you to "Good morning America." I want to warm up the crowd with a little something here. Eddie, I understand you can do something -- there's a reason you're holing this frying pan that has nothing to do with eggs. No, indeed. It's real, everybody. Want me to test if it's real? Let's see if it's real. Happy with that? Anybody want to see me bend this pan? Yes. There it is. There you go. So scary. Brian, what's it like when you walk into the gym together? You know, we have a really good time together. It's always awesome as you can imagine. We have a hard time finding enough weights so sometimes we actually end up lifting each other which is quite a spectacle. You do. We'll get on a leg press, crawl on top to add weight. Much like a lot of feats of strength we do on the show on history channel so if you want to see insane stuff, it's a good way. No kidding. It is fun. You guys are such good friends and the back story is so cool. I want to ask Robert, the coolest place you've been on the show is? My favorite place was Scotland by far. It was basically four gorillas running around in kilts. I had a blast. You guys, you wore the kilts. Definitely, we had the kilts and did the highland games and tried to re-create the whole "Braveheart" scene. So funny. Right now it is time for the big moment. I'm going to get out of here because it's not safe what you're going to do. You guys are going to flip a 3,000-pound car, in this case, a New York City taxi. I'm over here. Best of luck. Don't pull a groin. All right, audience, you guys are going to help me kick this off. Gentlemen, get in your places. Live TV. Let's do this, people. You guys ready to see it? Ready, audience? Work with me here.

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