'Shaq Would Knock Fury Out': Fans go berserk as Shaqeel O'Neal's 325-pound giant 'mock box' 175-pound undefeated Pro Boxer

‘Shaq Would Knock Fury Out’: Fans go berserk as Shaqeel O’Neal’s 325-pound giant ‘mock box’ 175-pound undefeated Pro Boxer

On the 5th of November, Dimitri Bevol will face Gilbert Ramirez inside the Etihad Stadium in Abu Dhabi. In what will be his 21st pro fight, he will defend his WBA title once again. Notably, Bevol last fought in May of this year when he faced middleweight champion Canelo Alvarez in a title match.

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Now, preparing for his next showdown, he has already arrived in Abu Dhabi. In fact, he recently met former NBA Champion Shaquille O’Neal there.

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Journalist Michael Benson took to Twitter and reported the news of their meeting. He shared a photo of the two of them facing each other in a friendly look. In front of Shaquille O’Neal at 7 1, 325 pounds heavy, Dmitri Bevol’s 6 0 and 175 pounds looked pretty small.

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After this tweet, fans responded to Benson with several funny remarks. While doing so, they referred to Canelo Alvarez and even the “Gypsy King”. Here are some reactions to your brief reading.

Fans react to Dmitriy Bevol’s meeting with former NBA champion Shaquille O’Neal

When Canelo Alvarez fought Dimitri Bevol, the Mexican fighter failed miserably. He clearly showed his combat flaws at 175 lbs. Despite Saul’s daring, Bevol won the fight.

Referring to Pevol’s fight with Alvarez, one fan wrote, “Now Bevol knows how Canelo felt.”

While one wrote about Bevol fighting Alvarez, another commented: β€œIt is impossible to meet a boxer who is not a fake chest for them.”

Another fan said, “Shaq at 7’2 and 320 pounds can be an incredibly heavyweight.”. There’s no doubting Shaq’s ability on the hoop, but can he perform in the ring? However, the real question is, could O’Neill perform in the ring with the same intensity that he ran on the basketball court?

Tyson Fury prepares to fight on December 3rd. Speaking for himself, one fan wrote, “Now we call it Shaq vs Tyson fury next πŸ˜­πŸ˜‚.”

Meanwhile, someone asked, “Is Shaq going to fight at 175?”

Another added, “Bivol looks very short compared to shaq.”

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Finally, someone claimed it β€œShack will knock anger [Fury] Outside.”

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what do you think? Does crack stand in front of the gypsy king? If Shaq took up boxing, would he have become a successful boxer in the ring? Share your thoughts in the comments below.