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Lindsay Lohan's Father Wants To Fight Kevin Federline For Charity

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Michael Lohan wants the spotlight.

Badly.

How bad? He’s willing to share a boxing ring with Kevin Federline to make it happen. Seriously.

The father of actress Lindsay Lohan wants the fight to happen so that it can help raise funds for some undisclosed cancer charity on Long Island. “Everyone wants me to fight K-fed because he’s a notorious celebrity dad and so am I. It’s for charity,” he told OK! Magazine. “It’s serious boxing. You have to go get a trainer. I have to register with the Mature Boxing Association.”

Problem is, Federline hasn’t even been approached yet to participate. And what tool uses charity as an excuse to get into a ring to try and beat the crap out of someone? Couldn’t there be some other competition devised to benefit a charity? Nevertheless, should Federline decline, Lohan will look for another. “I don’t care who it is; it’s for charity. I’ve been beaten up by the press, so I don’t care if I get a few shots by a kid half my age.”

Classy.

via IMDB

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