Ricky Hatton needs to have a long, hard look at himself.
We know the ‘Hitman’ isn’t exactly in his prime anymore but surely a former world champion boxer shouldn’t be beaten by Theo Walcott on the punching machine?
The Arsenal forward impressed as he took part in BT Sports’ Hardest Hits challenge — in which footballers are asked to punch a machine as hard as possible.
Footage shows both of Walcott’s attempts on the punching machine, with his second placing him sixth in the table.
His score of 756 exceeded that of Hatton.
Walcott is ahead of former England team-mates Frank Lampard (tenth), Steven Gerrard (15th) and Jermaine Jenas (17th).
The 28-year-old laughed: “Lampard, Stevie G, Jermaine Jenas are all bigger than me but the little man here has beaten all of you.
“I’m not even going to apologise for that either.”
At the top of the table is West Ham’s Michail Antonio with a monstrous score of 842.
He even puts second-placed British light-heavyweight Anthony Yarde to shame.
football league cult hero Adebayo Akinfenwa – best known for being the strongest man on FIFA – comes in at third.
While Dele Alli and Gareth Bale also boast harder punches than Hatton.
Who do you reckon has what it takes to beat Antonio?
We’d love to see Zlatan have a go…