Justin Bieber Challenges Tom Cruise to Fight, UFC Responds Big Time

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June 24, 2019Jun 24, 2019

Justin Bieber is one of the biggest celebrities on the planet. The former child pop star has embraced his time in Hollywood and has transitioned into a cultural phenom. He has fans around the globe and is worth millions of dollars.

However, many people were surprised to learn of the possible UFC fight that Bieber could be involved with. He reportedly called out Tom Cruise and challenged him to a brawl.

"Bieber, 25, generated a massive buzz on social media earlier this month when he challenged Cruise, 56, to 'fight in the octagon.' While Bieber’s representatives later said that the tweet was a joke, TMZ Sports reported that the singer’s manager, Scooter Braun, agreed to a potential match during a conference call with White and Ari Emanuel, the co-CEO of William Morris Endeavor, UFC’s parent company," according to Fox Business.

Bieber's team appears to be testing the waters and seeing what the public interest is concerning the alleged event. At this time, Cruise and company have remained relatively silent on the possible battle.

Dane White has also just spoken out about the potential match. Many fans are now starting to wonder if it will actually come to fruition.

“Weirder things have happened, let’s put it that way. Anything is possible,” White told TMZ Sports. “I think it would be the biggest purse ever and I think it would be the biggest pay-per-view ever, too.”

The pair is a family good match. They are both about the same size and what Bieber lacks in size he makes up for with youth. Time will tell if this actually goes down.

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