Kevin Hart's Parody Of Floyd Mayweather And His Team Is An All-Time Classic
Kevin Hart is known for his incredible parody videos and his impression of unbeaten boxer Floyd Mayweather is one of his most iconic to date.
The 40-year-old stand-up comedian, who has also impersonated the likes of Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson in the past, gave fans a 'behind the scenes' look at a typical Mayweather pad training drill.
"What'sup...it's Floyd Mayweather here at the Money Mayweather camp." Hart says at the start of the clip.
Just take a look at the three minute, 26 second video below; even the cameraman couldn't stop laughing throughout.
It's well known that Mayweather and Kevin Hart are good friends. The comedian spoke to his fellow American on an episode of YouTube series Cold As Balls All-Stars in February last year.
In the hilarious and insightful 15 minute chat, Mayweather opened up about his journey to becoming a champion, the possibility of joining the UFC and his true feelings about former opponent, Conor McGregor.
"McGregor is the Caucasian Floyd Mayweather, you know, he's a knockout version, he's a hell of a knockout version. I take my hat off to him, he's a dog." he said in the interview.
"I wanted the man to have a career after me..."
Mayweather also opened up about the possibility of joining the UFC.
"Anything is possible," he said, "I could go get a deal right now from the UFC. Probably a three-fight, four-fight, billion dollar deal if that's what I wanted.
"Kevin I'mma be honest, my life is great, smart investments."