Chris Brown and Drake have been offered $10-million by a celebrity boxing promoter to continue their alleged beef in the ring.
Damon Feldman, owner of Celebrity Boxing Federation, and wealthy entrepreneur Alki David hope the two rappers will accept their offer and spar it out in three one-minute-rounds – which would be the biggest celebrity boxing match in history.
Feldman says that a grand prize of $9-million would be given to the winner and the $1-million surplus would go to the loser of the bout.
Feldman told E! News: "Instead of doing it in a bar fight, they can get paid."
The brawl between the pair at a New York nightclub in June – during which a number of club-goers were injured, some seriously – inspired Feldman to suggest the match.
"Obviously they have a grudge. It's just three one-minute rounds. No one will get seriously hurt," Feldman explained.
David added to E! News: "The audience needs their imagination captured as much as the fighters do.
Feldman had initially offered the duo $1-million to spar in the boxing ring, but realised that the amount was too small to grab their attention.
David said: "These are two very important rap artists who will only do this for a big ticket number. This is something that should be attractive enough to get them in the ring."
An online audience will choose the winner if there is no obvious champion – and Feldman has an interesting choice for the ring girl.
"I would love to have Rihanna as the ring girl," he told NYDailyNews.com
Brown's representative told E! News: "We collectively have never heard from these people. This is a tacky PR campaign by these people using Chris and Drake."