George Foreman challenges Steven Seagal to a fight, because of course

Kristopher Drake
October 5, 2017

Foreman tweeted, "I challenge you one on one, I use boxing You can use whatever".

According to The Associated Press, Seagal has declined to comment on the proposition, but on Tuesday (03Oct17), Foreman declared, "It's on everyone!", after appearing to fall for a hoax Twitter account set up in the name of the veteran action man.

In 1994 Foreman became the oldest fighter ever to win a World Heavyweight Championship when he stunned Michael Moorer, 20 years after losing the title to Muhammad Ali in the Rumble in the Jungle. "10 rounds in Vegas", Foreman later specified it would be "hand to hand" combat.

"Big George" added that he's "put this out there for a while" and he's "not trolling", while also clarifying it would be strictly hand to hand, "no weapons".


Foreman says he's serious and boasted "It's my jab that still works". He even suggested that the fight be broadcast on pay per view.

Did a retired two-time heavyweight champion and Olympic gold medalist just throw his boxing gloves back in the ring?

Mr Foreman is the ex-champion, he won two times world heavyweight belt, even in his age he is able to knock out anyone.

The 68 year old former heavyweight boxer, who returned to the ring in his late 40s and still whopped ass, is annoyed at Seagal - probably for branding the National Football League protests by players "outrageous", "a joke" and "disgusting".

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