Chris Brown Accepts Billionaire Media Mogul Alki David’s $10 Million Dollar Boxing Challenge to Fight Drake Over Rihanna

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BEVERLY HILLS, Calif., July 4, 2012 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Alki David, CEO of FilmOn.TV Networks and Celebrity boxing promoter Damon Feldman have released a joint statement regarding Chris Brown’s agreement to enter the ring against Drake.

When asked if he would participate in the fight, Brown said, “Yeah, I would. I would.” Brown’s acceptance of the boxing opportunity comes after David offered to pay the winner of the fight $9 Million Dollars and the loser wins $1 Million.
“We are very excited at FilmOn.TV that Chris Brown has accepted to fight his nemesis,”
said David. “Should Drake accept the $ 10 Million Dollar challenge to go toe to toe for three rounds against Chris Brown, both fighters will be put through training leading up to the Las Vegas event in September. They will be trained by iconic names in professional Boxing history.”
In a press conference on June 29, 2012, the Billionaire Media Mogul was set to make an offer to Chris Brown and Drake and surprised everyone by increasing his initial offer from $1 Million Dollars each of the stars to $10,000,000; the loser of the fight will receive $1 Million and $9 million will be awarded to the winner. The winner is encouraged to donate a portion of the purse to the charity of their choice.
This is the most phenomenal purse in celebrity boxing history. If there is no clear winner the audience will vote online at [www.FilmOn.TV] the web based interactive site where the event will be streamed alongside the televised pay-per-view event.
“I want these guys to settle their fight started at that nightclub in New York over pop star Rhianna and have something good come out of it,” said David.

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