Photoshop is gradually becoming the latest form of entertainment on social media, people now find it more fun to watch hilarious photos of people who either edit themselves with celebrities or doing anything stupid for fun.
This young Nigerian boy who goes by the name Vic De Boss on Facebook is gradually becoming a hilarious comedian with his funny photoshop skills, he once posted a flier on Facebook, inviting his friends to come and watch his fight with Brock Lesnar, we all thought it was a joke until he uploaded another set of hilarious photos today.
(The first photo he shared on Facebook)
According to him, he said that the referee took these second set of photos with his phone during his fight with Brock Lesnar.
Check out these photos posted by Vic De Boss.
1. After surviving multiple suplexes from Brock Lesnar, he still didn't give up.
2. Brock Lesnar's laughter triggered his anger and he gave him a tiger kick?
3. He claims Brock still can't get up 3 days after their fight.
4. He's now angry that the Undertaker interrupted him.
Now he wants to challenge the Undertaker next month, what advice should we give to him as a good friend?
It's no doubt that these are photoshopped pictures, but how would rate his editing skills out of 10?
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