Okay, saying that there was a Middle Eastern man named Jesus in 1st century Palestine is like saying that there was an annoying teenage white boy named Josh in 21st century California. There’s no debating that. Jesus happened to be an incredibly common name.
Now, a historic figure called Jesus whose life is documented in the New Testament? Far less likely.
Even if you strip away all the fairy dust and street magic, the gospels were written many decades or even a century after Jesus’ estimated year of death, by individuals who likely never met him and then were edited or forged over the centuries by unknown scribes with their own agendas.
Jesus is about as real as Jack and Rose from Titanic.