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Chinese Doctor Shows Off Incredibly Ripped Body Before Getting Married

    An internet celebrity and professional bodybuilder in China has gone viral for her incredibly muscular appearance, prompting internet users to call her the real-life Chun-Li from the fighting game franchise “Street Fighter.”

    Yuan Herong, a doctor, became famous online after posting photos of herself trying on wedding gowns, according to AsiaOne.

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    Many internet users commented asking if she was married. Some even proposed to Yuan in her video, which was posted on Instagram with the caption: “Trying on wedding gowns.”

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    Some of her fans on Chinese social media describe her as having “the face of an angel, but the body of a devil.”

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    In her other posts, Yuan reminded her followers with her pictures that she is a doctor and not a fitness coach.

    Besides working in the medical field, Yuan also participates in several bodybuilding competitions.

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    If you follow her on Weibo, then you probably already know that she is happily married.

    As she revealed on her social media account on Oct. 10, Yuan has already collected her marriage certificate. Her husband is also a doctor.

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