How boxers look as women thanks to FaceApp including Tyson Fury, Anthony Joshua, Mike Tyson, Deontay Wilder, and Canelo – The Sun

ASIDE from the poster boy of boxing Anthony Joshua, not many brawlers can claim to be blessed with good looks.

And it's hardly surprising given the punishment these warriors take in the ring on their way to glory or defeat.

But what happens when you put their faces through FaceApp and turn them into women?

SunSport has the answers  below… seconds out!


The two-time unified heavyweight champion is rich through endorsement deals – thanks to his chiselled appearance.

And that means he's also won a score of female admirers, but he's adamant he hasn't got time for a love life and wants to focus on his career.

As a girl, his rugged good looks have softened.

Add unstoppable eye lashes too, as well as a bit of lipstick and the look works for AJ.


The Gypsy King can do anything.

On top of the world after defeating Deontay Wilder, we all can't wait to see the third fight between those two.

Should Fury look like this, mind and he could strike even more fear into the Bronze Bomber.

What would his missus Paris think?


The Mexican four-division world champion is also a pin-up in his own country.

And with his DAZN deal, could be worth over £500million by 2023.

With his round cheeks and angular chin, Canelo bares a striking resemblance to a famous UFC fighter when put through Face Swap.

That's it! He's a ringer for Ronda Rousey.


Fury's great rival has had a hard time of it this year.

After taking a beating in his rematch with Fury, he was ridiculed for blaming his walk-in suit for his loss – claiming it was too heavy and made him feel tired before he stepped into the ring.

Not wanting to stick the knife in further, we did put his image through Face Swap… lo-and-behold, he looks pretty!


Flawless in the ring, Mayweather Jr is one of the best fighters that ever lived.

He hardly got a scratch on him in his 49 professional fights – winning them all with relative ease.

It earned 'Money' Mayweather the nickname 'The Pretty Boy'.

But does he make a pretty girl? We'll leave that one to you.


The Filipino legend is still fighting at 41 – defeating Keith Thurman last year to miraculously win the WBA Super World Welterweight title.

Juggling boxing with his political career – Pacquiao has served as Senator of the Philippines since 2016 – the 5ft 5in star is a busy man.

And when you put his image through FaceApp, his high cheekbones win the day.


The Northern Irishman's showdown with WBO super-featherweight champion Jamel Herring – scheduled for June 13 in Belfast – was recently postponed because of the coronavirus.

For now, Frampton will have to wait to achieve his dream of becoming Ireland's first-ever three-weight world champion.

But as a woman he looks like US actress Jennifer Garner. Maybe a career in Hollywood will follow.


The Olympic silver medallist is desperate for a post-coronavirus bout with Pacquiao in the Middle East.

And after winning the vacant WBC International welterweight title against Billy Dib last year, it would certainly be a big draw.

As a woman, he looks amazing with thinner eyebrows and fuller lips.


Nottingham-lad Froch had a super career, holding multiple super-middleweight world championships, including the WBC title twice between 2008 and 2011, the IBF title from 2012 to 2015, and the WBA title from 2013 to 2015.

A younger generation of boxing fans though may recognise him best as a boxing analyst for Sky Sports.

Given the FaceApp treatment – he's a stunner with those big, blue eyes.


Like Froch, Haye has put his experience in the ring to good use as a boxing commentator for BT Sport.

Nicknamed 'The Hayemaker' in his heyday, when he unified the cruiserweight world titles and became a world heavyweight champion, he is instantly recognisable for his cornrows hairstyle.

As a lady he keeps the cornrows, loses the lines in his forehead and facial hair. What do you reckon?


One of the best super-middleweight boxers to come from our isles, Eubank reigned as a world champion for over five years.

Now, it's his son Chris Eubank Jr who continues the family's legacy in the ring, and is currently in possession of the WBA interim middleweight title.

Giving Eubank Snr a gender swap, however, doesn't leave him looking any less fierce.


'Iron' Mike was the most feared heavyweight on the planet in the late 80s and early 90s.

His rags-to-riches tale went to pot – literally, because he now sells cannabis from his ranch in California.

One thing we learned, Tyson looks less mean as a woman – with that tribal face tattoo covered up by a wavy weave.


Like Mayweather Jr, the Welsh boxer had an unblemished record of 46 wins from 46 fights.

He also held world championships in two weight classes, including the unified WBA, WBC, IBF, WBO, Ring magazine and lineal super-middleweight titles, and the Ring light-heavyweight title.

FaceApp gives Calzaghe a wholesome look as a lady.


SunSport columnist Ricky won't thank us for this.

However, we're certainly sure he'll see the funny side when he sees it.

'The Hitman' is still instantly recognisable, even as a lady.

Whether that's a good thing or not, we'll leave that for you to decide.


The Dark Destroyer was destined for a comeback.

Sadly for Benn, his 2019 fight against Sakio Bika had to be called off after the 56-year-old suffered a shoulder injury.

Still, he's as fit as a fiddle and has looked after himself well.

Does he suit being a woman though?


Holyfield remains the only boxer in history to win the undisputed championship in two weight classes.

And 'The Real Deal' infamously had a part of his ear bitten off by Tyson in one bout.

Lucky for him, you can't see it in his FaceApp swap.

The transformation has taken years off him!


The three-time world champion enjoyed a stellar boxing career.

And he remains the last heavyweight to hold the undisputed title -world titles from all four of the major sanctioning organisations WBA, WBC, IBF and WBO simultaneously.

Today, Lennox is a pundit and regularly gives his opinions on the division he once dominated.

FaceApp is kind on him – pushing up those cheekbones and giving him a winning smile.

What do you think, Lennox? Happy with that?

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