Celebrity Boxing to feature Aaron Carter against Benzino, as 50 cent declines an invite

Although Benzino is the one who is feuding with 50 Cent from years, he will vent his frustrations on Aaron Carter in a boxing ring as 50 Cent and his reps have not responded to the invitation. The boxing match between the two celebrities will be held on June 11, at the Charles Dodge Center in Pembroke Pines, Florida.

Damon Feldman of Celebrity Boxing told TMZ that pop star Aaron Carter is lacing up again to fight Benzino the “Love & Hip Hop” star. The contracts have been signed. Feldman also mentioned that BitCoin Rodney is promoting the event.

Despite their public spats, 50 Cent has remained quiet about the public challenge. Both of them had been sniping at each other and there were allegations of federal snitching. However, the very public battle of words between the two will not be settled in a ring with fists.

So, Aaron Carter is back for a second time. Last year, he was badly beaten by Lamar Odom. The Los Angeles Lakers star towered over him. Maybe, Aaron is looking for redemption, second time around or it could also be the money.

There’s no confirmation about how much the celebrity boxers would be paid, especially if they make it to three rounds. However, it must be a lot as it is a pay per view event. Aaron Carter is signing up for a second time, with the possibility of his a*** getting whupped again. He was knocked down in the first round by Lamar Odom, in 2021.

Other celebrities, who will be a part of the exciting event include Omarosa. The female reality tv star will be the commentator. The celebrity ring announcer will be Public Enemy’s Flavor Flav. Rashad Evans is expected to make an appearance but there’s no information if he will play an active role in the celebrity boxing event.

Mark the date and watch the celebrity match, if you like boxing or celebrities or both.

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