Republican nominee Donald Trump and Vice President Joe Biden have been invited to sort out their differences through a boxing match.
"The press always asks me, don't I wish I were debating him," Biden said of Trump on Friday, according to Fox News. "No, I wish we were in high school — I could take him behind the gym. That's what I wish."
"I'd love that. I'd love that," Trump said Tuesday, The Hill reports, referring to Biden's comment. "Mr. Tough Guy. He's Mr. Tough Guy. You know, he's Mr. Tough Guy, when he's standing behind a microphone by himself."
"Some things in life you could really love doing," he added.
Now the two septuagenarians have the chance to "duke it out," as bookmaker Paddy Power offers to donate $10 million to the charities of Trump and Biden's choice if they'll step into the ring and box each other.
"While it wouldn't exactly be Mayweather vs Pacquiao in terms of quality there's no denying that this political slugfest would be highly anticipated and we're willing to pay to make it happen," said Féilim Mac An Iomaire, Paddy Power spokesman, in a statement.
Paddy Power favors Trump, 70, at 4/6, while Biden, 73, was given even odds.
"Joe Biden undoubtedly has the more impressive athletic background but we believe that Trump's size advantage and WWE experience gives him the edge in the bout."
Despite Trump's advantage in the ring, the odds are against him in the upcoming election. Paddy Power gives him an 18.2 percent chance of winning, while his Democratic opponent, Hillary Clinton, stands the favorite to win at 85.7 percent.
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