Local WWE Star Wants to See Ariana Huffington vs. Ann Coulter in a Steel Cage Match

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Former Opa-locka gangbanger turned WWE superstar Alvin Burke Jr., AKA MVP, has some very provactive thoughts about the state of political discourse in this country: Basically he wants to see Ariana "the Greek Gladiator" Huffington take on Ann "Man Hands" Coulter in a steel cage match.

"I'd love to get Ann Coulter and Ariana Huffington in a WWE ring, put them in a steel cage, and watch them go at it," he tells Huffington's eponymous online newspaper

Also, apparently he has some sort of friendship with Sherri Shepherd from The View, which is the closest thing to a politically minded female cage match currently on television. 

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