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Shaquille O'Neal vs. The Korean Giant Who Kicked Jose Canseco's Ass

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Last month, we reported that Riptide's boxing match against Michael Lohan would still go on even though Jose Canseco got his ass kicked in Japan by a Korean giant. Huh? Y'know, you should probably just read it.

Anyway, earlier this week, former Miamian-and-now-despised-jerk Shaquille O'Neal challenged Hong Man Choi -- the Mixed Martial Arts giant who kicked Canseco's ass -- to a fight upon his retirement. Shaq also pretty much called Canseco the low-hanging fruit of the celebrity-fighting world, kissed a cardboard Chuck Lidell cutout, and seemed to have trouble breathing throughout.

Thank the Lord for the Z-List and Flotsam blog categories.

By the way, my fight's still on for September, once Lohan finishes boxing reality superstars and I put down this tub of peach ice cream to start training.

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