I say, “Set up the octagon and let Combs fight!”
That’s right. Pick a date and schedule the fight.
Hopefully, in this case, squaring off against him would be the same UCLA Assistant Football Coach Sal Alosi.
Combs allegedly attacked Alosi in the UCLA weight training room with a kettle bell after the coach yelled at and suspended Combs’ son, a substitute receiver on the Bruins squad.
The rapper, actor, music producer, record label mogul and Sean John clothing line owner was charged with three counts of assault with a deadly weapon, one count of making a terrorist threat and one count of battery.
However, it’s not Combs’ first encounter with the law for failing to control his violent anger.
Now known simply as Diddy, the former Puff Daddy and P-Diddy still carries the same rage and arrogant expectation that things always need to go his way in life.
The Bad Boy Records exec once plead guilty to a reduced charge, a harassment violation, in 1999 after assaulting an Interscope Records executive.
In 2001, a New York jury acquitted Combs of a weapons charge and attempted bribery surrounding a 1999 shooting in a New York City nightclub.
Even last December, Combs was purportedly involved in a fight with Toronto rapper Drake outside a Miami club. Would have loved to seen that cat fight.
It seems if Combs regularly wants to fight. So, let him.
However, my 2 cents is that we select a formidable opponent, so that not only Combs, but also his son, fellow UCLA football players and young men everywhere learn a valuable lesson of keeping your emotions in check.
Bring on the octagon. Diddy would be done in seconds!
That’s my 2 cents.
MIKE on sports!