12-09-2009 02:35 PM: Mariusz Pudzianowski can pull a firetruck, lift cannon balls, squat kegs and can withstand the dreaded Hercules Hold but can he fight? The five-time winner of the World's Strongest Man competition is stepping into the fight arena this Friday against boxer Marcin Najman at KSW 12. Who knows if he can fight but we know 6-foot, 305-pound Pudzianowski can hype a fight: "If Najman wants to exchange punches with me I wish him luck. I won’t be as slow as an ox and I won’t let him beat me up. My mother didn’t raise me to be a bum. These hands can hurt; believe me," Pudzianowski told Fight! Magazine. Fight! says Pudzianowski "holds a green belt in Kyukoshin Karate and that he boxed for seven years as an amateur." In an odd twist, Najman's nickname is "El Testosteron." Taking nothing away from his strongman accomplishments we're guessing Poland won't be testing Pudzianowski, 32, for peformance enhancing drugs. Pudzianowski is definitely a super heavyweight. According to wikipedia his diet is a bit atypical for an MMA fighter: "My energy comes from my diet. Breakfast is 10 eggs and 2-3 pounds of bacon. Between meals, I eat lots of candy…I need it for energy. Lunch, at 1 or 2 p.m., is a double meal of a Polish pork chop, sauerkraut and potatoes. Dinner is whatever meat I can get: steaks, pork chops, bacon, plus more sauerkraut and potatoes. [After I work out] I have a protein shake and more chocolate." Najman is also making his MMA debut after 17 professional boxing matches. Also featured on the card are Dean Amasinger, an alum of season eight of "The Ultimate Fighter" and veteran James Zikic. Zikic, 32, lost at UFC 38 to Phillip Miller. He's also suffered losses to Vitor Belfort and Cyrille Diabate and has draws against Fabricio Werdum and Jeremy Horn. More... Yahoo! Sports. Cagewriter is an MMA blog edited by Steve Cofield.