Now you can make a little money, too — or lose some.
Sportsbook Bovada has set the Las Vegas odds for the fight, and the company heavily favors the R&B singer.
Brown is posted at -160, which means to win $100, one would have to bet $160. Rapper 50 Cent says he’s recruited “Iron” Mike Tyson to train the “Forever” singer. Not bad if you’re in the market for a “Punch-Out!”
Emcee Soulja Boy is +125, which means you would win $125 off a $100 bet. Mr. Boy says he has Floyd Mayweather Jr. in his corner. Pound-for-pound, the man appropriately nicknamed “Money” also provides some pretty great company between the ropes.
So, place your bets! And let’s hope this thing actually happens.
The feud kicked off on Jan. 3, when Soulja Boy began taunting Brown on Twitter. Apparently it was spawned by Soulja Boy liking an Instagram post by Brown’s ex-girlfriend, Karrueche Tran.
The beef has since spun out of control and gone from throwing garbs at each other on social media to committing to throwing punch in a ring.
Now it’s on its way to pay-per-view, courtesy of Mayweather’s companies — Mayweather Promotions and The Money Team — which are promoting the fight.