News: Promoter Hires Drake & Chris Brown Look-A-Likes For Boxing Match, Offers Game & 40 Glocc $100K To Fight
Sunday, Jul 29, 2012 8:53PM
Celebrity promoter Damon Feldman has reportedly hired Drake and Chris Brown look-a-likes to face-off in a boxing match this fall.
According to reports, Feldman is also offering a hefty payout for music rivals Game and 40 Glocc to fight.
Although Chris Brown told RumorFix "Yeah, I would, I would" when asked if he would box Drake, there will be no fight between the pretty boy bad boys. But RumorFix has learned exclusively that promoter Damon Feldman will not disappoint fans, so he's signed some look-a-likes to step in. The boxing promoter, who had offered the hip hop stars $5 million each to get in the ring, found celebrity doubles who are also avid fans. They will duke it out September 22 in Los Angeles. And, Feldman is always thinking about his next match. He's offered hip hop stars 40 Glocc and Game $100,000 each to battle in a cage -- no holds barred fight. (RumorFix)
If the original fight had gone down, Feldman planned to pay NBA champion Tony Parker $500,000 to referee.
Celebrity Boxing's Damon Feldman has already offered Brown and Drake $5 million each to fight in a three, 1-minute round boxing match. Now Feldman tell us he desperately wants Parker to get involved. "I am looking to have Tony be the referee; it's a natural choice. We are willing to give Parker $500,000 and $500,000 to a charity of his choice if he takes the job." Feldman is hoping for the fight to take place in October, but neither Drake or Brown have formally accepted the terms of the match. (Star Pulse)
Earlier this month, Brown playfully accepted the boxing challenge.
We hope Drake has been hitting the gym because Chris Brown has accepted an offer to fight the Canadian rapper, RumorFix is the first to report. One of our photographers caught up with Brown on Wednesday morning when he was asked if he would accept boxing promoter Damon Feldman's offer to square off in the ring against his nemesis. Brown did not hesistate for a moment when he shot back, "Yeah, I would. I would." Feldman and wealthy entrepreneur Alki David say they will pay the winner of the fight $9 million, and the loser, a cool $1 million. Until now, both rappers had remained mum about the offer but Brown broke his silence this week with our cameras rolling. (RumorFix)
A few weeks ago, Game made headlines for physically assaulting 40 Glocc in California.
Game just called in to Power 99's Cosmic Kev ... and said one of his friends attacked 40 Glocc AFTER he punched the rapper during the initial encounter this past weekend. Game says the 2nd attack happened after he had already left the scene ... fearing the cops were on the way. Game also explains why he went after 40 in the first place -- saying he believes 40 started a Twitter account posing as Game's oldest child ... and had used the account to trash The Game. Game admits he was looking to pick a fight with 40 on the day of the encounter ... and says the only reason he stopped his brutal assault on the guy is because he didn't want to kill him or put him in a coma ... "because then I'd get 25 to life." (TMZ)