Justin Trudeau, Canada’s dreamy prime minister, went boxing in Brooklyn

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Trudeau wore a Canada jersey and showed off his Haida raven tattoo.
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Justin Trudeau, Canada’s prime minister, is in New York on a three-day visit to sign the Paris climate treaty and promote Canada’s climate agenda. Work aside, he found some time to sneak in a little boxing, one of his favorite sports. He sparred with Yuri Foreman, a professional boxer, at the famous Gleason’s Gym in Brooklyn shortly after giving a talk on climate change at NYU, according to the Daily Mail.

Trudeau made headlines last week for astounding reporters with his in-depth knowledge of quantum computing – a subject most world leaders know nothing about. See below pictures of Trudeau – the world’s dreamiest leader – showing off his tattoos and boxing prowess:


Justin Trudeau walks to the ring at Gleason’s Gym in Brooklyn, New York, on April 21.

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Trudeau enters the ring.

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Trudeau’s Canada jersey was emblazoned with his name.

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Secret-service agents talk in the foreground as Trudeau spars with Yuri Foreman in the ring at Gleason’s.

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Canada’s prime minister trains for his fight at Gleason’s.

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Muhammad Ali trained at Gleason’s Gym for his famous fight with Sonny Liston.

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Trudeau also sparred with some students.

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Trudeau showed off his Haida raven tattoo.

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Trudeau throwing some of his famous punches.

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Trudeau reps the Montreal Canadiens on his socks.

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Trudeau sparring with some students.

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