Justin Bieber Claims Tom Cruise Fight Challenge Was Just a Joke
After making headlines for apparently having challenged Tom Cruise to fight, pop star Justin Bieber said he did not want to say it. Earlier this week, Bieber posted a special message on his Twitter account, saying that he wanted to challenge Cruise in an "octagon fight". The message also indicated that Cruise was afraid if he did not accept, a status that Bieber would apparently never have allowed to live. The controversial music star also tagged Dana White of the UFC to ask him if he was organizing the potential fight, and even Conor McGregor has been involved in the story by proposing to have a fight with him. To welcome the fight itself. However, you may want to wait to place your bets because Bieber now says that he was not serious at all in this new challenge on a new tweet.
On Wednesday, Justin Bieber was interviewed personally on the tweet. in light of all the buzz he's made. It's at this point that the Biebs have officially shot it all down. "I was just playing," Bieber said about the Tom Cruise challenge, adding, "I think it would probably make me jump in the ass." According to Bieber, he had recently seen Cruise on television, which led him to write the "random tweet". To be clear, there is no real challenge for a fight against Cruise, and Bieber himself is now quick to admit that it would not stay too long if it actually happened. For what it's worth, Cruise has never officially responded to the challenge and does not seem to have taken it seriously either.
Such a random fight between two celebrities such as Justin Bieber and Tom Cruise seems to relate to something you would like to see classic MTV series Celebrity Deathmatch . During its broadcast, this show became a success for the network by presenting death fights between different famous characters using Claymation. This included battles such as Mariah Carey against Jim Carrey, Chris Rock against Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, Bette Midler against Cher and Kevin Costner against Kevin Smith. Last year, it was announced that MTV Studios was considering a resumption of the show and, considering all this attention, it would not be surprising to see Bieber Vs. Cruise be included in the program.
Do not count on seeing Cruise in the octagon, but you will probably see it on the big screen soon enough. The mega actor will resume his classic role of Pete "Maverick" Mitchell in the following Top Gun: Maverick in the continuity of the events of the original film of 1986. Val Kilmer will also return to the role of Thomas "Iceman "Kazansky. Directed by Joseph Kosinski, the film will be released by Paramount Pictures on June 26, 2020.
We are apparently not going to see the dream match unfold in real life, but it was certainly fun to spend a few days to think about that. Based on the comments on social media and on Bieber's insistence that he would have no chance, the fight would be over soon anyway. Although Cruise did not look at the story itself, it seems like it might just make fun of it and ignore it. This information comes from TMZ.