All hail of Nathan Cleverly King of Wales

There’s something strange in your neighborhood’ – Well, maybe not, but there’s definitely something odd with the Nathan Cleverly King of Wales Twitter account.

The former world light-heavyweight champion is at it again following a drab nine-day break without musings from ‘The King of Wales.’

Finally, on Thursday, the man formerly known as ‘Maximus’ asked the big question everyone needs to know…’Stay humble or become a w*****?”

Cleverly is approaching the one-month anniversary of his social media activity turning from the usual everyday posts to one of the most eagerly followed accounts in boxing.

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Many thought the initial offerings were a hack. Cleverly unfollowed everyone barring a Bible group and began embarking on a rampage of tweets that awkwardly made no sense.

One said: “In future correspondence, can you all please refer to me as ‘The King’ please. Thanks in advance.”

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After some weeks of getting used to ‘Clev,’ it seems he and other fans are now champing at the bit to see what further words the Welshman will bestow on the world – if indeed it is him controlling the account.

A cult following is¬†emerging to make Cleverly’s Twitter a must-follow to see what pearls of wisdom will make it to all caps next.

Cleverly retired in August 2017 at the tender age of 30 but has shown no interest in making a comeback to the ring.

He removed himself from the boxing world after having engaged in plenty of wars over the years.

The Cefn Forest man now chills with his lady friend in their luxury pad.

But at present, his social media activity is enough to keep his fans entertained in the meantime.

After all, he is the hardest man in Wales. Don’t mess with Clev.

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