Boxing News: The last thing football fans want to see is Cristiano Ronaldo, and Neymar Jr. square off in the boxing ring…
Boxing News: The last thing football fans want to see is Cristiano Ronaldo, and Neymar Jr. square off in the boxing ring after their numerous on-field encounters. A video of the players playing out a public request had gone viral, showing Ronaldo and Neymar getting ready for a fight while wearing boxing gloves and Lucha Libre masks. The advertisement was for the Portuguese technology firm MEO, though. The Portuguese and Brazilian forwards are currently playing in the FIFA Worldcup 2022. For UFC News updates with InsideSport.IN
Cristiano Ronaldo vs Neymar Jr in a boxing ring
Despite his machine-like build, Ronaldo is not a fighter. Neymar, who isn’t as large as Cristiano but is still ripped, is comparable. In light of this, seeing the two boxing ring superstars together was more than a surprise.
Ronaldo is most likely to win over the Brazilian footballer due to his advantage in height and weight. 34-year-old Portugal forward is 6 feet 1 inch tall and 84 kilograms. Neymar, on the other hand, is younger and is only 27 years old, but he is also shorter and weighs 68 kg.
The Advertisement features Cristiano Ronaldo and Neymar Jr
The commercial, which debuted in July, is for a Portuguese business called “Meo.” The interviewer asks a regular person how he would like an advertisement featuring Neymar and Ronaldo to be made at the beginning of the commercial. The advertising begins with the guy’s response, “They’re boxing.” Neymar and Ronaldo are getting set to fight in the ring.
The 49-second commercial demonstrates how consumers inject their creativity into the message, with one woman speculating that Neymar will burst into dance and another saying that both football players will enter the ring wearing Luchador masks while there are three Neymars.
In other variations of the advertisement, Ronaldo and Neymar are shown using chopsticks to play table tennis. The campaign plays with the fundamental concept of “imagination.”
FIFA WorldCup 2022
In Group G, Brazil started their campaign with a 2-0 win over Serbia on Thursday at the 2022 FIFA World Cup men’s football. They will play their second match against Switzerland.
Portugal, meanwhile, unleashed a flurry of goals in 15 minutes to defeat Ghana in its opening encounter, 3-2, after a scoreless first half. It currently leads Group H and is expected to move on. Next, it plays Uruguay.