A MYSTERY online dater has been using the face of British boxer Ohara Davies to try to reach females.
The 25-year-old turned to Twitter to confirm that it was not him on the Badoo app.
The catfish account attempted to trick potential partners by changing the profile name to Jermaine.
But they kept the age the same, and the bio reflected the lifestyle of the former WBC silver champion.
The bio read: "Anyone genuine on here ??
"I'm humble and easy going just looking to chat to people and see how our conversation flows I'm a boxer so I'm really focused on that as it's a big passion I've got.
"Get messaging girls and tell me a bit about yourself.
"I'm single, straight, muscular body, living by myself, open to having children someday, I don't like smoking, I drink socially.
"I speak English."
And the British boxer took the chance to compliment the accounts innovative bio.
Thinking of actually making one now actually 😅 https://t.co/3WY0h7UYN6
— Ohara Davies (@OharaDavies) December 16, 2017
He tweeted: "A catfish of me on Badoo – I won't lie though the bio is alright lol but isn't me."
Following a reply to his post, the 25-year-old went on to add: "Thinking of actually making one now actually."
The Brit recently banished memories of his first ever defeat with a scintillating stoppage of Tom Farrell in Liverpool.
He knocked down Farrell five times in a hugely one-sided affair, before the referee put the home fighter out of his misery.
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