Jake Paul Offers $30 Million To Will Smith And Chris Rock To Fight In Ring After Oscar Slap
Boxing Promoter Jake Paul took to Twitter to offer Will Smith and Chris Rock 15 million dollars each to fight in an official boxing match and settle differences after the Oscar slap controversy.
Comedian Chris Rock and actor Will Smith have been making headlines since the 2022 Oscars night not just for their presence and achievement in the award show but also for the slap controversy.
In the award ceremony held in Dolly theatre on Sunday, Will went on the stage and slapped Rock after he cracked a joke about the appearance of Will's wife Jada Pinkett Smith.
Now after the incident became the topic of discussion, boxing promoter Jake Paul has expressed his wish to see Will Smith and Chris Rock in an official boxing match.
The American professional boxer has also offered a huge amount of 30 million dollars to Chris Rock and actor Will Smith to step in the ring so that they can solve the issues and settle differences.
Paul who runs the most valuable boxing promotions has offered the comedian and actor 15 million dollars each to schedule a fight and faced each other in a boxing competition.
The boxer took to Twitter to share his offer to Smith and Rock and referring to his upcoming bout he said "Let's do it in August on my undercard."
He further added, "someone gets me on the phone with Will Smith's boxing representative as soon as possible."
Meanwhile, fans after the announcement by Jake Paul expressed their excitement over the fight between the Best Actor Award Oscar winner Smith and Chris Rock.
Rock, 57 has refused to press charges against Smith after the incident and the actor in his speech did not apologize for hitting the comedian at the 94th academy awards.
It may be mentioned that in recent years boxing matches between celebrities have become a new trend and led to the contribution of the rise likes of Paul and his brother Logan.
Will Smith, 53 has earlier played the role of legendary boxer Mohammad Ali in the biopic 'Ali' released in 2001 and this might appear to be a great advantage for him in fighting against the comedian.