Boxing promoter Damon Feldman tells the newspaper that billionaire bottling heir Alki David has offered to bankroll the bout and that he'll sweeten the purse with an extra $1 million for charity if the two agree to lace up the gloves and fight one on one.
Feldman says he'd like to stage a pay-per-view fight consisting of three one-minute rounds on Aug. 25. The odds of seeing Brown and Drake punch each other out aren't good, however. Members of Brown's camp have already told the Daily News that they know nothing about a fight offer. Drake's camp hasn't responded to the challenge.
Since the Drake-Brown big fight went down, nightclub, W.i.P. has been shut down by the New York Police Department for different violations. Tony Parker, has sued the club over injuries he allegedly received during the incident for 20 million dollars. Other by standers say they're looking to sue as well, the fight is still under investigation.