George Foreman Just Challenged Steven Seagal to Las Vegas One-on-One Fight

George Foreman Just Challenged Steven Seagal to Las Vegas One-on-One Fight

George Foreman Just Challenged Steven Seagal to Las Vegas One-on-One Fight

When asked by people on Twitter why he was calling out Seagal, Foreman said it "is a sport no anger involve (d)".

Foreman proposed the fight would be held in Las Vegas, Nevada, and will be no holds barred set for 10 rounds and no weapons, Seagal would be able to use kicks and Aikido style versus Foreman's pure boxing.

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.

A representative for Seagal told The Associated Press on Tuesday that the star didn't want to comment on Foreman's offer.

"Steven Seagal, I challenge you", he tweeted Monday, "one on one, I use boxing. you can use whatever".

Foreman, 68, has been retired since losing to Shannon Briggs in 1997, he made millions off the George Foreman Grill line and has been enjoying himself on his huge Texas ranch. He believed Floyd Mayweather might like to promote it and that it could be a pay-per-view bout.

There has been speculation that Foreman's out-of-the-blue challenge may have something to do with Seagal's recent comments on NFL players who protest by taking a knee during the United States national anthem.

Seagal became a Russian citizen previous year and is know for being besties with Putin.

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