(Video) Jake Paul’s promotion puts on blatant mismatch on ‘Most Valuable Prospect’ Card

The recent edition of Jake Paul’s MVP Friday Night Fights left fans questioning who on earth sanctioned this event.

The evening began with a featherweight matchup between Giovanni “Stonecold” Louis and “The Terminator” Carlos Rey Ramirez.

Ramirez apparently considered himself to be street-savvy, evident from his attire of a tank top and a hat. Unfortunately, little else is known about Ramirez aside from his claims of expertise in boxing and Muay Thai.

Despite making his professional debut, Louis appeared confident, while Ramirez seemed plagued by nerves.

Ramirez had a bit more experience, having previously debuted in 2022 in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Although he lost that bout, he seemed eager to give pro boxing another shot.

Unfortunately, this wasn’t The Terminator’s night. Ramirez was TKO’d within 54 seconds, flailing his arms in an attempt to strike Louis, but failing to make any contact.

Giovanni Louis toyed with his opponent for a brief moment before unleashing a series of punches, prompting the referee to intervene and stop the bout before the first round concluded.

Jake Paul’s Most Valuable Promotions and DAZN collaborated to showcase the event, featuring boxers with potential to become the next big thing. Hence, the event was aptly titled MVP, which stands for Most Valuable Prospects.

While most bouts were competitive, the Louis-Ramirez match was far from it. Twitter users were left pondering whether Ramirez even possessed basic boxing skills.

Their reaction is unsurprising, considering Ramirez failed to land a single punch on his opponent. It appears that boxing might not be his forte.

On a more serious note, it’s understandable if Ramirez underperformed due to nerves. Performing in front of the camera with a massive audience scrutinizing your every move can be incredibly stressful.

Additionally, Louis stands at 5’10”, towering over Ramirez, who is 7 inches shorter, giving Louis a significant reach advantage.

With an 0-2 record in his professional career, perhaps it’s time for Ramirez to retire the moniker “The Terminator” and opt for a more unassuming alias.