I see how the T resembles both, but I am not able to get anymore information. It was a classmate of my fiance wanted to know what it was. They were in Brazil and it scared the crap out of his sister. Thats all I know. My fiance told them "giant brazilian black" and that was good enough for them. So thanks for all the help
This is a Lasiodora parahybana, probably female or a subadult male. It´s impossible to sex the spider 100% from this pic, but i am sure that it´s a not an adult male parahybana. Adult males of this species look more brown or paler instead of the normal colors and have obvious mating hooks and bulbusses.