The rivalry between Jorge Lorenzo and Dani Pedrosa will be resolved at the top of a ring

The rivalry between Jorge Lorenzo and Dani Pedrosa It has been one of the most notable within the MotoGP World Championship throughout the sporting careers of both Spanish riders. In any of the cylinder capacities where they coincided there was always personal friction, on and off the track.

As the years went by, both assumed their personal and sporting role, even more so when King Emeritus D. Juan Carlos almost forced them to shake hands and reconcile their personal tensions after the dispute of the 2008 Jerez GP. However, that was not enough to resolve his personal quarrels, as Lorenzo declared years later in several interviews.

Jorge Lorenzo and Dani Pedrosa, a legendary rivalry

Nowadays it seems that both pilots have managed to turn the page on everything that happened in those years and maintain a cordial relationship. While Lorenzo dedicates himself to countless sporting and business activities, the little samurai continues to give his all as a test rider for Red Bull KTM Factory Racing.

In fact, next weekend he will return to a track as a Wild Card driver during the Jerez GP, as happened last season. Perhaps what was not expected Dani Pedrosa hours before flying to Spain is that his former sports rival challenged him to a boxing match and also did so publicly through his social networks.

In the purest style of the evenings promoted by the streamer Ibai Llanos Lorenzo has challenged Pedrosa to face each other in the ring. In addition, he has proposed the Gran Price boxing club in Barcelona as a place to carry out the fight, behind closed doors and broadcast on his YouTube channel. Life lasts.

Pedrosa's response has not been long in coming and has also become viral on the internet, since the Catalan driver has openly expressed that: “The temptation to give yourself a couple of wafers is quite important.”

Now we just have to wait to find out the date and what the conditions of the fight will be, since both have different physical conditions. While Pedrosa measures 1.60 meters and weighs just 50 kilograms, Lorenzo is 1.73 meters tall and weighs about 66 kilograms, which a priori seems like too much difference, right?

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