Lloyd Christmas was shocked in “Dumb and Dumber” when “we landed on the moon.” Well, Nick Kyrigos would apparently be simply as shocked.
In reality, the tennis star has his ideas on a lot of in style theories — the 27-year-old Australian truly admitted he’s a “massive conspiracy guy” and has no thought what’s true and what’s not.
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“I don’t even know what to believe anymore,” Kyrgios mentioned when requested on Logan Paul’s “Impaulsive” podcast concerning the Earth’s form. “I think we could chat for hours on it.”
He appears a bit detached about whether or not the Earth is flat or a sphere — and he would not be the one athlete to contemplate the previous. Dallas Mavericks’ Kyrie Irving as soon as wasn’t totally offered that the planet is a sphere, however he is since walked that again.
But he is holding true to the moon touchdown. A principle that has grown fairly in style is it was merely filmed in a Hollywood studio.
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“America weren’t apparently even close to having anything successfully going up in a rocket,” Kyrgios mentioned when one of many host’s didn’t consider it was true.
And the pyramids in Egypt? Aliens.
“I don’t think the pyramids are man-made…” he mentioned, which garnered some settlement. “The doors are massive, and we don’t really need doors that big as humans.”
Theories have circulated that it was extraterrestrial exercise that lined them up good with the 4 cardinal factors.
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Kyrgios didn’t make the journey round the world to take part within the 2023 Australian Open after successful the doubles championship in Melbourne final yr. He misplaced the Wimbledon remaining final yr, and is at present ranked nineteenth on the planet.