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George Foreman dares Steven Seagal to face him in fight in Vegas

New York Daily News logo New York Daily News 10/3/2017 BRIAN LISI

Perhaps inspired by boxing champ Floyd Mayweather and UFC fighter Conor McGregor’s recent bout, George Foreman wants to stick it to Steven Seagal in what would be his last match. - Martin Rose/Bongarts/Getty Image/AFP/Getty Images © Provided by New York Daily News Perhaps inspired by boxing champ Floyd Mayweather and UFC fighter Conor McGregor’s recent bout, George Foreman wants to stick it to Steven Seagal in what would be his last match. - Martin Rose/Bongarts/Getty Image/AFP/Getty Images One made "Hard to Kill" while the other made it easy to grill.

Two-time world heavyweight boxing champion George Foreman is ready to lace up his gloves one more time after letting loose a one-two combo on Twitter aimed at one-time action movie star and current Russian citizen Steven Seagal.

"Steven Seagal, I challenge you," he tweeted Monday, "one on one, I use boxing. you can use whatever. 10 rounds in Vegas."

"Big George" added that he's "put this out there for a while" and he's "not trolling," while also clarifying it would be strictly hand to hand, "no weapons."

Showing that it wasn't just a passing thought, Foreman again reiterated Tuesday morning that he's serious about fighting "The Glimmer Man," saying, "This is true! I'm fighting just once more."

Meanwhile, there's been no word from the martial arts and goatee aficionado as to whether he's made an "Executive Decision" on the fight.

It's unknown what exactly prompted the brouhaha between the boxer and the "Belly of the Beast" star -- Foreman has only said his would-be opponent would be a "true fight" and there is "no anger involved" -- but the two at least have some common ground in their support of President Trump as well as their criticism of athletes who kneel in protest of police brutality.

"He's a good President. A lot of people don't like him, but evidently more do, because he was elected President of the United States," Foreman said on the "Offended America" podcast in August.

On the topic of Colin Kaepernick taking a knee and Kevin Durant refusing to visit the White House, the political pugilist stated they "haven't been brought up with people who were patriotic to even point them in the right direction."

Likewise, Seagal, appearing on "Good Morning Britain" last month, commented, "I respect the American flag. I myself have risked my life countless times for the American flag and I don't understand or agree with this kind of behavior. I think it's an outrage."

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It's still unclear how the movie star who became a Russian citizen last year put his life on the line for the flag.

Related video: Stephen Colbert becomes Steven Seagal (via CBS) 

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