Light weight for a massive dude like that, humongous and would make anybody look puny.
Well, as a competitive powerlifter (and a pretty good one, if I do say so), I wouldn't say 455 is ever "light" weight ... for anyone
. Even a 600-pound raw presser (and there aren't many) would likely not consider that kind of resistance light. However, I know what you're talking about, sure. Warlord was beyond
massive and the way he moved 455 was like watching Scott Mendelson move 365.
He did this weird thing where on each repetition ... going down, he'd raise his head off the bench, and then place it back down on the concentric.
Like I say, despite looking intimidating as ALL hell, the man was super friendly and didn't give off any hint of arrogance.