Justin Bieber challenges Tom Cruise to UFC cage fight

Twitter is a battleground for beefs and verbal brawls, and now for Justin Bieber, it’s a spot to problem.

On Sunday evening, the world-famous famous person challenged A-list actor Tom Cruise to a “battle within the octagon” — a UFC-style struggle — for no obvious reason why.

“I wanna problem Tom Cruise to battle within the octagon. Tom should you dont take this battle your [sic] scared and you’re going to by no means are living it down. Who’s keen to position at the battle? @danawhite?” tweeted Bieber.

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(Dana White is the current president of the UFC.)

UFC champ Conor McGregor chimed in after Bieber’s challenge, saying that if Cruise is “man” enough to face off with Bieber, his McGregor Sports and Entertainment would host the bout.

McGregor also offered to fight actor Mark Wahlberg, after asking if Cruise had “the sprouts to fight.”

Some Twitter customers have been fast to put up opposing stats concerning the two males. Bieber, 25, stands at five’nine″ whilst Cruise, 56, comes up quick at five’6″.

Others countered with the truth that Cruise does all of his personal stunts for his films.

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Most of the people have been simply at a loss for words via the proposition, since Cruise and Bieber (so far as the general public is aware of) have had no earlier interplay.

Over the previous couple of months, Bieber has been fairly beneath the radar, launching his personal all-natural deodorant line and taking part with artists like Gucci Mane and Ed Sheeran.

As of this writing, Cruise hasn’t answered to Bieber’s problem.

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