Charles Bronson has called out Ant Middleton on a video call, claiming he’d like to have a boxing match with the former SAS: Who Dares Wins star.
You can see the footage of Bronson speaking from prison below:
He’s spoken in the past about his desire to spend his days concentrating on his art and living the quiet life in a caravan in the countryside, but it seems he’d also like to have a ‘straightener’ with Middleton as well, if he’s up for it.
The pair clashed back in 2020 – sort of – after Bronson took umbrage at how Middleton dealt with Katie Price during her appearance on the celebrity version of Who Dares Wins.
As reported in the Daily Star, Bronson said at the time: “No man on this planet should talk to a woman the way he did. Who does he think he is?
“The way he spoke to her was a f**king liberty. She’s a good f**king mother.”
He seemed to be referring to a show in which Price lasted just 48 hours, with Middleton at one stage getting right in her face asking her if she was ‘taking the p***’.
Anyway, that seems to have struck a nerve with Charlie B.
In the footage – an incredibly rare sighting of Bronson on video shared on the Anything Goes with James English YouTube page – the prisoner says: “Just say to him [Middleton] get the message to him,
“I’ll tackle him in a f***ing straightener.”
Asked about whether three two-minute rounds would do the job, he replied: “No, more than that f**king hell.
“It won’t go one round anyway.
“I will smash the f**king granny out of that c**t. Smash him to f**king pieces.”
He continued: “I don’t mean to be nasty, I’m not nasty, but he deserves a f**king good hiding him.
“The way he’s talking to people – who is he?
“Who the f**k is he? Short-arse little git.”
With the rise of celebrity boxing, which culminated this past weekend with Tommy Fury vs Jake Paul, you have to at least consider how possible this fight might be.
If Charlie gets his parole, that is.
To be fair, it would probably be a more interesting fight than Fury vs Paul, too.
There'll be more Bronson content coming soon on the Anything Goes with James English YouTube page.
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