Step into the ring, Chris Brown and Drake.
The warring R'n'B stars have been offered $1 million each to reprise their recent bar feud in a televised boxing match.
US boxing promoter Damon Feldman told the New York Daily News that billionaire Coca-Cola bottling plant heir Alki David would foot the bill and donate an extra $1 million extra to charity if the boys accepted. Bottle-throwing would probably be out of the question then.
"Obviously they have a grudge. It's just three one-minute rounds. No-one will get seriously hurt," Celebrity Boxing TV show promoter Feldman said.
Er, you sure about that? Last time the two were in the same room together it didn't go so well (at least eight people were injured, including a cut chin for Chris and damage to NBA player Tony Parker's eye).
Feldman cheekily added he'd like Rihanna to be the "ring girl" (good luck with that).
The punch-up would be a pay-per-view event held in Los Angeles or Las Vegas in August.
Feldman has previously organised celebrity punch-ups including Nadya "Octomum" Suleman v porn star Amy Fischer, and Lindsay's dad Michael Lohan v DJ Jeremy Loper.
A rep for Chris Brown said his people had "never heard" of the offer.