Forget Pacquiao-Mayweather. The thing that will really get people talking about boxing again is a little girl from Kazakhstan. In an incredible YouTube video making the rounds, 8-year-old Evnika Saadvakass shows off her lightning-quick hands and uncanny reflexes as her father serves as sparring coach.
Seriously, she looks like a glitch in "Mike Tyson's Punch-Out!!" come to life, and I can't imagine anyone in her age range or weight class actually agreeing to get in the ring with her.
The intense video miiight be a not-so-subtle publicity push for a fitness device the Saadvakass family promotes -- the equipment's name is displayed prominently on-screen -- but Evnika's father claims the clip has a much deeper, more philosophical purpose.
"It's every child's right to start training when you're under five and then use the gained skills for the rest of life," he said, according to the video's description. "Actually, this is not a video about sports, but about our parental abilities and things we can give our children today."
As long as Evnika's having an awesome time, we're more than happy to keep watching her kick some serious a--.