Neymar and Kylian Mbappe joined Anthony Joshua and Deontay Wilder to test their strength on a punch press, with surprising results.
Boxers testing their strength against the fairground attraction have become a must-have activity for talk show hosts looking to go viral.
Recently dethroned heavyweight champion Joshua flaunted his right hook on the Graham Norton Show, putting comedian Greg Davies in his place after the odd 6-foot-7 posted an impressive score.
Wilder and Andy Ruiz Jr also took turns, both on the same TV show and on the same machine.
Ruiz beat Wilder’s score of 927 with a record 967, but the Bronze Bomber used his weaker left hand due to a fatal injury to his right.
Former World’s Strongest Man Eddie Hall even took a chance, smashing the machine with a vicious-looking strike that could have rivaled professional boxers.
Two unlikely sources have now tried each other, PSG superstars Neymar and Mbappe.
With the machine back in what looks like its natural surroundings, in a funfair setting, the pair got stronger with Neymar registering an impressive 798, crushing Mbappe’s effort of 673.
Wantaway Frenchman Mbappe looks set to join Real Madrid in 2022 when his current contract expires, having failed to secure the transfer of his dreams this summer.
There seemed to be some unease between Mbappe, 22, and Neymar when the former reacted angrily to a disagreement and called Neymar a “tramp” in a 2-0 win over Montpellier.
Rather than denying the accusations reported in the media, Mbappe confirmed them by saying, “Yes, yes, I said it.
“Now these are things that happen all the time in football. It just has to be something that doesn’t linger.
“That’s why, right after, seeing how it exploded, I told him about it.
“We have exchanged a lot of words like this in the past and we will continue to do so, because we want to win, but there shouldn’t be any hard feelings.
“There is no resentment because I respect the player and the man and I admire what he is.”
Mbappe may respect Neymar well, but after showing his teammates some real strength, he might be a bit more careful before insulting him on the football pitch.
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