Floyd Mayweather has entered the ring 48 times during his illustrious professional career and not once has he lost.
Ricky Hatton failed, Manny Pacquiao too, but Arsenal star Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain believes his team-mates Aaron Ramsey and Mathieu Debuchy stand a chance of doing what they could not.
As for his own chances, the England international believes he would last all of ten seconds before the 'Money Man' landed a trademark blow and rendered him unconscious.
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That is not as bad as wannabe hardman Jack Wilshere though. The pint-sized midfielder, who caused raucous laughter after trying to face up to Marouane Fellaini last season, would last just nine seconds.
But Ramsey, who had a good chance of playing professional rugby before choosing to go down the football path, comes up as Oxlade-Chamberlain's dark horse.
He told Arsenal Player: "Wilsh would like to think he’s got a chance, he can talk the talk, but he would do nothing.
"I’ll give him nine seconds before he gets knocked out.
"Rambo’s a dark horse and Debuchy’s a killer, I know it. He doesn’t say much but if you say the wrong thing to him, you’re dead."
And the worst
As for Santi Cazorla, who is Arsenal's smallest senior player at 5'5", well, the Ox won't have too much money riding on him either.
He said: "I think Santi's dead within three seconds."