Charlotte Church challenges Katie Hopkins to a boxing match after clash of opinions
Never mind Mayweather v Pacquiao, the fight that everyone in the UK wants to see is Church v Hopkins, with Charlotte offering her adversary the chance to battle it out in the ring.
Charlotte Church has been outspoken about the Conservative Party recently and formed part of a protest in Cardiff after the 2015 General Election where the Tories landed an overall majority.
On the flip side, it was something that Katie Hopkins celebrated and even had the gall to claim was down to her political opinions, with the former Apprentice contestant writing an open letter that openly castigated the Labour Party and its supporters.
It is clear that Hopkins has ruffled the feathers of Church who has now challenged her to a boxing match and bookmaker Paddy Power have offered the princely sum of £50,000 for the fight to take place.
It’s unclear whether the Sun columnist will take up the challenge of a fight,
She had written on Twitter: “[email protected] wind your neck in. Your Welsh AND you lost. Own your problems.”(sic)
Feisty Charlotte replied: “I have no interest in conversing with you. You lack humility AND you can’t spell. Parasite.”
Speaking at the rally, organised by Cardiff People’s Assembly, 29-year-old Charlotte said: “This week the UK masochistically condemned itself to five years of Tory rule.
“Without the Liberal Democrats to centre them they have no restraints, nothing to stop them from destroying our welfare system, selling off our health service, and even making constraints upon democracy.
“Iain Duncan Smith’s Department for Work and Pensions has already drawn up a list of areas where cuts could be made. All are controversial.
“Abolishing statutory maternity pay, making it harder for those with chronic illness to get help, making it impossible for those under 25 to receive virtually any benefit whatsoever.
“This is a government that does not care about its people and is only interested in cosying up to big business.”
Paddy Power make Church the 4/6 favourite if the fight goes ahead, with Hopkins an 11/10 chance. You can bet millions of people in the UK would happily sit and watch a boxing match between these two outspoken personalities who might well clash in the ring as well as social media.
All odds were correct at time of posting.