As if it wasn't already hard enough being mistaken for or compared to Jose Canseco, his lesser twin brother, Ozzie, tried to fill in for Jose in a celebrity boxing match this past weekend.
Jose's scheme to slip his brother into the ring against Billy Padder in Miami was thwarted after eagle-eyed fans noticed that certain tattoos on the stand-in's bicep didn't match Jose's as he entered the ring.
Ozzie must really be hurting. The 24-game major-leaguer was willing to take the beating for less money than Jose would take.
The big switch almost worked. Ozzie fooled officials at the pre-fight weigh-in by wearing a tee-shirt and sunglasses.
When spectators inside the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and Casino noticed that Ozzie wasn't Jose, police escorted the impostor from the ring. No punches was ever thrown. Just another black eye to Jose's reputation.
It has been reported that Ozzie allegedly "filled in" for Jose at some baseball card shows.
It probably didn't matter which 46 year-old twin fought. Jose's "boxing" record includes a first-round KO by former NFLer Vai Sikahema in 2008, a three-round draw against Partridge Family member Danny Bonaduce in 2009 and an MMA beat down by 7'2" Choi Hong-man later that year.
Ozzie's record includes a Miami barroom brawl alongside Jose in 2001.
Jose Twittered that the promoters didn't honor their end of the contract and claims he did nothing unethical.
On his Twitter account he said, "Is anyone out there smart enough to figure it out or are you all a bunch of hateful morons."
Celebrity Boxing promoter, Damon Feldman, said Jose was paid his fee in full in two installments.
Jose, a member of the elite 40/40 Club, was outed by the 20/20 Club--20/20 vision that is.