Fake Federer Guy Claims to Sneak into Manny Pacquiao Fight in Hilarious Video

Gabe ZaldivarPop Culture Lead WriterDecember 11, 2013

Photo Credit: YouTube

Forget "Bo Knows," because we are busy laughing at "Donnie Does."

Spotted on reddit and shared by SportsGrid's Matt Rudnitsky, the video below features a sports fan who had the chance to sneak into the expensive seats at the recent Manny Pacquiao/Brandon Rios bout from Macau, China, and he took it. 

Here is the latest from YouTube user Donnie Does. Now be warned, the hilarity does come with NSFW language, so traipse lightly into the wonderful world of Donnie

First off, I simply have to get my own "suisey," or shirt-jersey. Something tells me Nick Young would be the proper athlete to complement the back portion of that future masterpiece. 

Second, I have my reservations when it comes to Donnie's claim that he actually got to the event's expensive seats through stealthy measures and didn't buy a ticket. 

I normally adhere to the adage of not believing everything heard and only half of what is seen, but with the Internet, that rule drops well below the 50-percent mark. 

With that said, we don't care if it's real or not. 

There is something so downright wonderful about some bro barking nonsense from the expensive seats. And you really have to applaud the moment Donnie sees David Beckham: "Yo, Beckham. What the [expletive] are you doing ringside?"

As Rudnitsky reminds, this isn't the first time Donnie has stepped foot into the sports world to comedic ends. Recently, the YouTube sensation put on some tennis garb and walked around Shanghai posing as Roger Federer

Well, posing is a strong word. 

As you can see, Donnie doesn't really care about penmanship nor does he really suck in the stomach when he is hanging out acting like a tennis star. 

Although, "Stevie Mittens" is pure art. 

If you need us, we will be over here tipping our hat to a man who went the extra mile to get some beautiful behind-the-scenes action. 

Although, you will all agree that seeing the fight from the best seats in the house pales in comparison to meeting Stephen Baldwin, who starred in unquestionably the best movie of all time, Bio-Dome


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