Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain backs Aaron Ramsey against Floyd Mayweather

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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.

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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."

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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."

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