NFL player Derek Carr wants to fight Max Kellerman – and Dana White to start a promotion that allows it!

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NFL player and raiders Quarterback Derek Carr has been criticized by fans and media after leading his team Oakland Raiders to 4-12 and 6-10 records over the last two years.

Carr is now tired of it and has blasted ESPN First Take host Max Kellerman and Stephen A. Smith in a series of Tweets and then challenged them both to an MMA fight and he has even asked UFC president Dana White’s help in doing so.

It all started after Max Kellerman pointed out that Raiders coach’s high praise for NFL draft prospect Kyler Murray insinuating that Raiders might be looking for a new quarterback.

It’s because I blocked them both for talking trash about our team. Those 2 clowns don’t know anything about this game. Would love to actually sit and break down film with these two on tv just to show their viewers how incompetent (lacking qualification) they are about our game,” Carr wrote.

Carr then Tweeted out to UFC president Dana White that he would like to step inside the Octagon and fight these ‘clowns’, which likely meant Max Kellerman and Stephen A. Smith.

Hey, how do I challenge a couple of these clowns on tv to a fight? I think we should start a business together. Where pro athletes can challenge some of these people to an octagon fight until they give us an answer,” Carr wrote.

Will Dana White respond to Derek Carr?


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