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"Vinny vs. Ngannou: Real Madrid's Rising Star Vinicius Junior's Hilariously Failed Body Shots Has Fans in Stitches!"

Former UFC champ Francis Ngannou trains with Real Madrid, impresses fans.

Former UFC heavyweight champion Francis Ngannou is currently basking in the glory of his upcoming boxing match against Tyson Fury, which is set to take place on October 28 in Saudi Arabia. As he prepares for the bout, Ngannou took some time off to visit the Real Madrid team during their pre-season training in Las Vegas.

During his visit, Ngannou engaged in a body shot challenge with Brazilian football star Vinicius Junior. Despite Vinicius Junior's efforts to impress with a series of punches, they failed to have any real impact. Ngannou couldn't help but express his disappointment in a lighthearted manner, jokingly asking, "Come on, bro... That's all?" The Real Madrid players, including Vinicius Junior and teammate Eder Militao, found the exchange amusing and burst into laughter.

The interaction and body shot challenge between Ngannou and Vinicius Junior sparked various reactions from fight fans. One fan playfully commented, "Go to the gym all you want. You're not making a dent on Francis Ngannou, big bro."

However, Ngannou has a monumental challenge ahead of him on October 28 when he faces the current WBC heavyweight champion Tyson Fury in a 12-round boxing match in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. This crossover clash has faced some criticism from fans who were hoping to see Fury take on Oleksandr Usyk in the first undisputed heavyweight title fight of the four-belt era.

Prominent boxing promoter Eddie Hearn didn't hold back his words as he accused Tyson Fury of prioritizing financial gain over the highly-anticipated match against Oleksandr Usyk. Hearn firmly believes that Fury's decision to overlook Usyk, who had agreed to an unfavorable purse split, shows a lack of consideration for his own legacy.

Despite Fury's impressive victories over formidable opponents like Wladimir Klitschko and Deontay Wilder, Hearn insists that for Fury to solidify his status among the greatest heavyweights of all time, he must defeat both Usyk and Anthony Joshua.

In a recent interview with Piers Morgan, Hearn candidly stated, "Let's be honest, Tyson Fury cares about one thing only - the money. Don't talk to me about legacy, don't talk to me about undisputed. So he's beaten Klitschko and Wilder, those are his wins. He needs to beat Usyk and AJ, and then we can talk about him - as I believe he is - as one of the greatest heavyweights of all time."

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