Farrah Abraham has refused to fight "bullies" Kailyn Lowry and Drita D'Avanzo in her upcoming celebrity boxing match, so who is she going to compete against? The former Teen Mom OG star exclusively told RadarOnline.com that she is ready to rumble with Paris Hilton or Lindsay Lohan!
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"I love both Lindsay and Paris," Abraham, 27, exclusively told RadarOnline.com. "They are real survivors like myself through bullying so I think they would be great to get in the ring for a great cause of anti-bullying, especially since school is starting."
She said that while she "can't say" what other names have been thrown around, she is "excited to see who I get to go in the ring with!" "It's going to be a big boxing match," she added.
The Blast reported that Hilton, 38, and Lohan, 32 were offered $250,000 for three, two-minute matches with Abraham. Investors have also agreed to provide an extra $100,000 for a charity of their choice. Other in the mix have been Teyana Taylor and Chanel West Coast.
Lohan would be fitting to battle Abraham, as "Lohan Beach House" will premiere on MTV in 2019. "Lohan's team must prove their expertise, ambition and charm while helping bring Lohan's vision to life," a statement from MTV read. "The stakes are high as the team establishes new friendships and alliances while striving to rise above the temptations the Mykonos nightlife scene has to offer."
Teen Mom 2 star Lowry, 16 and Pregnant star Lindsey Nicholson, and Mob Wives enemy D'Avanzo have all offered to fight Abraham. "Those who bully would not be a fit for an anti-bullying match," she said. "The Teen Mom cast is riddled with negativity, bullying and acts that are unhealthy. I look forward to going in the ring with someone with integrity so it's a great boxing match for all to watch! Count down, it's going to be huge!"
The fight is scheduled for November 10 in Atlantic City.
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