In a new Facebook post, Libertarian Party Leader Tim Moen appears to have issued a challenge to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, who just yesterday elbowed a female NDP MP in the chest.
“I really have no statement about Trudeau's actions yesterday. He looked like a punk to me, but then Prime Ministers, to me, have never had the veneer of saviour or despot that most people project onto them so I don't have much invested in how he behaves,” Moen wrote in a public Facebook post.
“That being said I have had this recurring fantasy I can't purge from my mind since watching video of his misbehaviour: Me vs Trudeau on the undercard of McGregor vs Mayweather.”
A potential fight between current UFC featherweight champion McGregor and undefeated professional boxer Floyd Mayweather has been widely talked about recently, but remains a 'fantasy' or 'dream' matchup for fight fans.
While it's obvious that Moen is joking about being on the undercard for such a hyped fight, should McGregor vs Mayweather happen, it opens the door for a potential fight between the Libertarian Party Leader and Prime Minister.
This isn't the first time that Tim Moen has seemingly challenged Justin to a fight either.
During the the Airdrie Oilmen’s Association’s White Collar Boxing event, Tim Moen challenged Trudeau to a fight in 2019.
Maybe that's when McGregor vs Mayweather is happening and Moen has some insider information. Stay tuned...