A popular UK bodybuilder/bodyguard for 50 Cent and other stars is going against the G-Unit front mans rival The Game - for a role as B.A. Baracus in the upcoming A-Team remake.
Tiny Iron, 28, is a bodybuilder who has done security for artists like Akon, Justin Timberlake and Timbaland.
He also currently holds the record Guinness Book of Worlds Records title for having the biggest biceps in Britain, at 24-inches.
Rappers like Ice Cube and The Game have vied for the role of B.A. Baracus, originally played by icon Mr. T in the upcoming remake, which currently lists Liam Neeson and Bradley Cooper as cast members.
Tiny Iron, born Andrew Harrison is being considered for the role in the movie, which is slated to be released in June of 2010.
"Mr. T is my idol, Tiny Iron recently told the AutoTrader during a photo shoot. I've always wanted to be like him. Clubber Lang is the best character in the Rocky series. I've had a van on hire and I've just been driving round with The A Team theme tune on repeat, I love it."
Tiny Iron completed dismissed The Game as a viable candidate for the role of B.A. Baracus.
"He looks like my finger, Tiny said of The Game. "I should play B.A. Baracus because no one else on this planet can beat me. I look like the strongest man in the world. No one else is as brutal as Tiny Iron."
Tiny Iron has starred in films like The Number One Girl featuring Vinne Jones and Pat Morita, as well as the flick Cash & Carry.