Leave Me Alone, Smooth Criminal, Black or White and many more; Pop-singer Michael Jackson has given us songs that will always be remembered. Since the tragic death of MJ, fans just wish if the pop legend was alive. While many cannot look or be like MJ himself, a man named Sergio Cortes recently hit headlines for sharing an uncanny resemblance to the pop star. Now, Michael Jackson’s lookalike has fans in splits after a video featuring him wrestling in Brazil trends on social media.
On Twitter, a fan shared a video of MJ’s lookalike fighting in the ring in Brazil. The video features the lookalike having a good fight with another man and fans can’t help but have a laugh about it. While fans are in splits about this lookalike of the pop legend, MJ’s doppelganger looks busy and engrossed in punching the man in front of him.
As the video goes on, MJ’s lookalike is spotted hitting his opponent to the core and takes off his anger on him. While fans are laughing about this particular video on social media, the lookalike in the video is fully dressed as the Dangerous singer and shows off his wrestling skills in the arena. Sharing the video, one fan wrote, “Guys Michael Jackson isn't dead his currently a professional wrestler in Brazil.” In the video, the lookalike is also spotted doing MJ’s most popular moonwalk while punching his opponent as a punching bag.
Guys Michael Jackson isn't dead his currently a professional wrestler in Brazil 😂🤣 pic.twitter.com/4Yw4eGnyha— JnzBeats™ (@JnzBeats) February 23, 2020
Meanwhile, earlier, MJ’s lookalike Sergio Cortes was seen performing on the pop legend iconic songs and it was one hell of a show you can see HERE. Last year, fans also demanded a DNA test be conducted on him as his resemblance with MJ was too close for comfort. Also Read: 'Michael Jackson Is Still Alive' Says A Fan After His Famous Lookalike Posts An Uncanny Picture
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