I'm not as fit as I used to be, but as someone who's boxed, been a bodybuilder, and done olympic weightlifting, and not really had much problem throwing 200+ kilos around in any direction - you're putting it on a pedestal. For starters, when it reached the point where I got that strong no woman would talk to me any more. I remember once getting into a conversation at a bar with some woman who ended up at the same table as me, after about ten minutes she blurted out "you're not scary like I thought you'd be". Cocky assholes and manlets with small man syndrome constantly try to fuck with you and start fights. It takes a massive amount of effort and upkeep to maintain. Lastly, being strong absolutely will not help you in a fight unless you know exactly how to apply that strength, and it certainly won't help against knives and guns - plus if you do ever get dragged into a fight the police are automatically going to profile you as the most responsible due to your physical condition.
With all that said, the feeling of pulling off a 300kgs deadlift for the first time, for example, was unlike anything I can describe. Training for strength is hugely satisfying, but it can in turn lead to quite a lonely existence in today's soi-addled world.