The two even posed for a picture together in front of it — and it was all smiles, so it seems he didn't take offense from the challenge. He did not say, however, if it was accepted.
To be fair, the challenge did feel a bit more good-natured than Bryce's last $50k fight challenger Brandon Marshall, who was a tad more aggressive in his approach.
Last summer he offered to put up $50k to fight Bryce, calling him every name under the sun as he did so, pointing out he was the same age, weight and height, even offering to fly from New Jersey to LA and pay all related expenses himself.
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Bryce got wind of it, and even accepted — telling him to keep the $50k (“Dude use that on student loans or something"), but alas the match never materialized. The vast majority of Marshall's TikTok videos since then are him calling Bryce a coward.
Sadly for Raza, his challenge couldn't be any more ill-timed. Literally the day he posted the billboard trying to land his dream job at Sway House, Sway House supposedly disbanded.