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Donald Trump still wants to fight Joe Biden: ’He would go down very, very quickly’

Welcome to combat sports in 2021.

Donald Trump — 45th United States President — may have struggled against the incumbent U.S. President, Joe Biden, in the federal election; however, Trump thinks he would make quick work of Biden in the boxing ring.

The Donald and his son, Donald Trump Jr., will provide alternate commentary for Triller’s upcoming boxing pay-per-view (PPV) on Sat., Sept. 11, 2021. The card’s main event pits Evander Holyfield vs. Vitor Belfort, taking place inside Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Hollywood, Florida. During Thursday’s pre-fight press conference (watch here), Trump — who called into the event — was asked to choose his opponent if he had to fight someone on Saturday.

No surprise, Trump wants to (Orange) crush Joe and leave him sleepy.

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“If I had to box somebody. I think probably my easiest fight would be Joe Biden,” Trump said as his time on the call ended. “I think he would go down very, very quickly.”

Ask oddsmakers a few years ago and they would likely agree with Trump. Bovada released odds in 2018 that had Trump as a -140 favorite to beat Biden. Apparently, so does Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) President, Dana White, who allegedly told his pal Trump that Biden would make a poor fighter.

“Holyfield vs. Belfort” features a co-main event clash between former UFC Middleweight champion Anderson Silva and former UFC Light Heavyweight champion Tito Ortiz at a Catchweight of 195 pounds.

For much more on “Holyfield vs. Belfort” as well as all the boxing news and fight coverage that’s fit to print click here.

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