Legendary Boxing Promoter: Let Trump And Bernie Debate On PPV

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Christian Datoc Senior White House Correspondent
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Let’s get ready to rumble.

On Thursday, hall of fame boxing promoter Bob Arum offered to host a Donald Trump vs. Bernie Sanders debate, live on pay-per-view.

“It’s the debate of the century,” Arum said in a statement. “Mr. Trump, the Republican Party’s presumptive nominee  and Senator Sanders, the Democratic nominee. (VIDEO: Trump Says He’ll Debate Bernie If He Donates $10 Million To Charity)

“We have two contenders ready, willing and able to go mano a mano over the most important issues facing the United States. And I am ready to promote it,” the Top Rank CEO added.

According to Boxing Scene, Top Rank will receive, at most, 20 percent of PPV sales as reimbursement for securing the venue and producing the debate.

The remainder of the sales would go to charities of Trump and Sanders’ choice, with Top Rank declaring a $20 million minimum threshold.

Additionally, Arum suggested former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, who is also running for president, moderate the debate.

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