no n*gga not at all. these boars have been wild for a grip now which is why they go feral and de-volve into primal states and get huge.
The consenus regarding the "huge" size of some of these hogs seems to be that there was human involvement in feeding them at some point before they went feral. Experts say that a hog/boar coulnt get into "extreme heavyweight" range on just finding food in the wild alone.
"I've seen hoggs on farms that people have kept for years & feed them allot, that have gotten to the 1000 pound range. In order for a pig to reach that size it would have to have allot of food avaible all the time and be smart enough to avoid wild predators & hunters for many years as well as have the genetics. Food is usually hard to find in the woods and wild/feral hoggs travel long distances in search of it. It's kind of hard to belive that a 1000 plus pound hog is crusing the woods for say 20 years or so withput being seen or shot. It would have to be covering allot of ground to find enough food to reach that size and most likely had some type of human contact at some point in it's life to help them tip the scales at weights so high".