Who saw this one coming? A good guess would be that no one saw this coming, especially Michael Vick. In a Huffington Post report, retired Mixed Martial Artist Gordon Shell recently said he wants to fight Vick in the cage.
Shell retired from MMA last year after fighting in the cage for over 20 years. However, a serious heart condition that he was recently diagnosed with was the main reason behind his retirement.
Shell wanting to fight Vick came after an autograph session featuring Vick at a Buffalo Wild Wings in York, Pa. was canceled. The cancelation came after protests and threats. However, Buffalo Wild Wings spokesperson David Hakensen said that the event wasn't properly approved and that is why it was canceled.
Understanding the fight won't happen while Vick is playing football, Shell wants to fight Vick after he is retired. He also said that proceeds from the fight would go to helping animal rescue groups. Shell believes that if Vick does the fight, animal advocates will start leaving Vick alone. He said that he will tell everyone after the fight that it is time to move on.
The promoter of the canceled autograph session has said that the event will be rescheduled and properly approved.
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