At just 5-foot-nothing, angry Bagel Boss brawler Chris Morgan may get short odds for his first boxing match.
He also starts off with a poor fight record — getting easily squashed by the much larger guy he railed against in the video that first made him famous.
Still, it proved he was up for the challenge — and he bragged that he was “naturally tough” and ready for anyone after signing up to step into the ring against a fellow viral celebrity in Atlantic City in September.
Here are some of the other guys with powerful enough “hits” whom we’d love to see him square off against.
Sure, the Biebs may seem too big a superstar for this list, but he only got there thanks to his YouTube music videos going viral in 2008.
And the 25-year-old has shown his readiness to get in a scrap — after all, just last month he challenged Tom Cruise to a UFC cage fight.
“I wanna challenge Tom Cruise to a fight in the octagon,” Bieber tweeted to everyone’s surprise, later insisting it was “just playing.”
Justin also has the upper hand not just in height — he’s 5 feet 9 — but he’s been spotted taking boxing classes for years.
This Disneyland tourist’s ugly brawl made him one of the biggest — and ugliest — viral hits of 2019.
He proved himself ready to take on anyone, no matter size or gender, even laying out women in the California theme park this month.
Having reportedly come back swinging after being choked out at one point, he showed his determination, even shouting, “I’m ready to go to jail tonight!”
One big problem for promoters, however: He’s yet to come forward or be identified. With prosecutors still contemplating charges, there’s no guarantee he won’t otherwise be detained come September.
Esteban Mallorca Tebaldi has proven he’d be a formidable opponent, with his viral fame coming from when he smashed his way out of handcuffs when cops tried to arrest him for allegedly trying to choke his girlfriend.
The 32-year-old with Hulk-like strength is already a practiced MMA fighter — but his appeal may lie largely in his South American homeland.
Star Wars kid
Ghyslain Raza became an unintentional viral hit when a video leaked of him showing off his Star Wars-inspired lightsaber moves.
He later won a big lawsuit against the classmates who first posted it and went on to lecture against cyberbullying.
What better way to do that than to batter the bagel bully?
Leave Britney alone!
If there’s one thing needed in the ring that Chris Crocker is not short of, it’s passion.
The now-31-year-old found fame in 2007 with his tearful screams for people to “leave Britney alone!” — the type of plea that may not suit in the boxing ring, however.
Charlie bit my finger
He may have only been a young boy when his video shot around the world in 2007, but Brit Charlie is a young teenager now.
He may need a few years, but he showed his fighting spirit from a young age — with hundreds of millions of people seeing him bite brother Harry’s finger.
There’s no secret in this one — promoter Damon Feldman has already admitted that the “Bed Intruder” star could be Morgan’s first opponent.
His record is not promising, with video of an earlier celebrity match showing him going down easy after a body shot.
But Antoine is used to handing out surprises — he even came out saying he was starting a family as a straight man after a life of being gay.
Best yet, the energetic chat that first made him famous is almost the kind of fight tagline that Ali would be proud of: “So y’all need to hide your kids, hide your wife, and hide your husband.”
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