According to 20-year-old Parker Adams, the man accusing Chris Brown of assault in D.C., the R&B singer only ranks as a 6 out of 10 on the manly scale.
On the stand in the trial of Brown's bodyguard Christopher Hollosy, who's also accused of assaulting Adams, Parker was asked to assess the attackers.
Using a scale of 1 to 10, with 10 registering as a strong, manly punch, Hollosy rates a 10 out of 10, whereas Brown only punches at a 6, Adams determined.
Is Chris' 6-out-of-10 strength enough to destroy a woman's face? Well, obviously. Insufficient to fight his own battles against 20-year-old guys? Apparently.
That's just how Chris rolls. He's good at using guns and knives, at least, for when his muscles aren't cutting it and he needs to act hard at rehab meetings.
Christopher Hollosy has been charged with misdemeanor assault and faces six months in jail if convicted in the attack on Adams, which took place last fall.
After his trip on Con Air, Brown's trial could begin today.
He was transported from an L.A. jail to a Virginia lockup as he awaits the high-stakes showdown that could set him free, or send him to jail for YEARS.
We'll have updates for you as soon as it begins ...