Australian comedian Tommy Little was knocked out in 11 seconds by professional boxer Tim Tszyu.
Little came up with the idea for a kebab boxing match, in which he would eat kebabs in between rounds while fighting potential future world champion Tszyu.
This did not quite go to plan, however, as Little did not even make it out of the first round.
He took two shots to the body from Tszyu and dropped to the canvas within the first 11 seconds of the fight and the bout was waved off.
Afterwards, Little joked: “I’m going to leave the judges out of it and award you the win.”
The comedian later revealed that the consequences of taking the body shots had been worse than he first expected.
“I can’t cough, sneeze, burp, fart, have sex, breathe deeply so I went to get a scan,” Little explained.
“Great news, lung not collapsed. My rib is broken – I heard it crack when he hit me.”
Tszyu, who currently holds the WBO interim world title, is set to fight on June 18 against Carlos Ocampo.
But, the Aussie was recently bitten by a dog and required emergency surgery, although it seems he has recovered well and the fight will still be going ahead.
Should Tszyu come through this test, he is expected to take on Jermell Charlo for the undisputed super welterweight world titles before the end of the year.
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