Chicago Bears WR Brandon Marshall challenges heckler to $25k boxing match


A star Chicago Bears wide receiver previously accused of domestic violence has challenged a fan to fight him for money.

All-pro Brandon Marshall was heckled by a fan on Twitter who ridiculed the Bears' terrible season an the former Denver Broncos' mother -- Marshall responded by challenging him to a $25,000 boxing match.

Detroit Lions fan Anthony Kalla took Marshall to task over previous comments the player made about the Lions being a "little brother" to the previously-mighty Bears.

Kalla then also called Marshall's mother a w***e.

Marshall, who also stars on Showtime's "Inside the NFL," initially challenged Kalla to a $5,000 fight.

"That's it?" Kalla replied. "Cmon [sic] brandy make it 25 [thousand] and we can do it in Detroit."

Marshall offered an extra $10,000 if Kalla won the brawl but said the heckler would have to serve 100 at an orphanage if he lost.

"And you have to apologize to my mom," Marshall added.

"Deal or no deal bro?" Marshall continued. "This is your chance to back up your talk and make 25k [sic]," said Marshall.

Kalla has remained mum, and his Twitter account has since been protected.

Marshall has been accused numerous times of being violent with a former longtime girlfriend, most recently this year during a press conference moderated by attorney Gloria Allred.

No charges have ever been filed against him despite the claims.

The last-place Bears play the division rival Minnesota Vikings this Sunday at Soldier Field.

Marshall Bets Lions Fan $25K
Marshall Bets Lions Fan $25K

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