Bizarre moment boxer breaks rib of man dressed as KEBAB with brutal body shot after just 11 seconds in ring | The Sun

AN Australian comedian suffered a broken rib after sparring with a potential world champion – while dressed as a KEBAB.

Aussie funnyman Tommy Little came up with the concept of eating the Middle Eastern dish between rounds during one of his many brainstorming sessions.

Most people with little to no combat experience would dip their toes in the water with a fellow rookie – but not Little.

Little decided to kebab box none other than interim WBO light-middleweight champion Tim Tsyzu.

And unsurprisingly, he didn't make it out of the first round with the Sydney slugger.

Little – who donned a kebab suit – tried his best to hang with Tsyzu but ended up collapsing to the canvas after eating two nasty body shots a mere 11 seconds into the stanza.


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The 38-year-old joked: "I’m going to leave the judges out of it and award you the win."

The aftermath of the bout, however, was far from a joke as Little was left in agony due to a cracked rib.

He said: “I can’t cough, sneeze, burp, fart, have sex, breathe deeply so I went to get a scan.

“Great news, lung not collapsed. My rib is broken – I heard it crack when he hit me.”

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Tsyzu, 28, is due to return to the ring on June 18 for a showdown with Carlos Ocampos.

But the fight is seemingly in doubt after he had his right arm savaged by a dog at a barbeque.

Tsyzu – the son of former Ricky Hatton opponent Kosta – underwent emergency surgery but his team are confident it won't scupper the Queensland clash.

Manager Glen Jennings said: "The wound was superficial.

"The post-surgical report is all good.

"There is no doubt that Tim will be ready and 100 per cent healthy and focused to take on Carlos Ocampo on June 18."

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