A celebrity boxing promoter has offered Chris Brown and Drake $1 million a piece for them to settle their differences in a boxing ring with a pay-per-view target date of August 25th.
The two singers had it out at New York nightclub W.i.P on June 14th that left eight people injured when liquor bottles began to be thrown across the club.
Promoter Damon Feldman has issued the challenge to the stars, hoping they accept the million dollars that will be provided by billionaire soda bottling heir Alki David. If the two men do choose to accept, an additional $1 million will be donated to a charity by David.
“Obviously they have a grudge. It’s just three 1-minute rounds. No one will get seriously hurt,” Feldman told NY Daily News.
Feldman also mentioned to the NY Daily News that he would love to have Rihanna serve a role in the potential pay-per-view event that could be held in Los Angeles or Las Vegas, depending on what’s available at the time.
“I would love to have Rihanna as the ring girl,” said Feldman.
According to representatives of Chris Brown, the offer that Feldman is proposing is news to them as they have “never heard” of the proposed plan to settle the differences between the two singers.
Providing that Chris Brown and Drake do decide to duke it out in the ring, it seems that not only will a charity be greatly benefiting, but also that innocent bystanders won’t be the recipient of a glass bottle directly to the face.
Would you pay to watch a boxing match between Chris Brown and Drake?