Fat Thor affirms that Thor didn’t actually gain proficiency with the correct exercise when he was ousted by Odin in Thor. In the wake of killing Thanos in Avengers: Endgame (the first run through), Thor endures something of an emergency of certainty that causes him to accept he’s not commendable and shows in a breakdown that drives him to significantly put weight on. It’s a justifiable response, given the amount Thor censures himself for missing his shot to stop Thanos’ snap toward the finish of Infinity War, however it likewise affirms that Thor’s first opportunity to gain some new experience didn’t work appropriately.
In Thor, Odin strips his child of his forces, takes Mjölnir off him, and outcasts him, sending him to Midgard to live as a human, with his charmed mallet tantalizingly too far and unwieldable by just those commendable. Thor’s wrongdoing is haughtiness and hastiness, a hot-headed enthusiasm that is by all accounts best extinguished by war-mongering and bloodying his mallet. Looking back, Odin’s endeavor to abridge that conduct was without a doubt additionally connected to his dread that Thor would become such as himself and like his exiled more established sister Hela, yet there was more to it. Odin was trying to realign something major in his child.
Lamentably for the by-then-left All-Father, Thor’s change into Fat Thor recommends he flopped in that attempt. His arrangement was to ground his child, yet in addition to show him the genuine exercise of value: that decency and uprightness and benevolence was the way to being the genuine leader of Asgard. His exercise clearly showed in him forfeiting himself to the Destroyer, in a fairly extraordinary circumstance, however it worked – it simply wasn’t an exercise – made at incredible expense – that stayed with Thor. Endgame affirmed that his downturn and weight-acquire was connected naturally to the conviction that he was not, at this point commendable, proposing Thor considered disappointment as motivation to be made shameful. That much overlooked exactly what Odin had looked to instruct him.