According to “Teen Mom OG” star Cory Wharton, if Farrah Abraham gets in a boxing ring with fellow “Teen Mom” Kailyn Lowry she’s gonna “get destroyed.” Damon Feldman—the promotor from the fight Farrah backed out of—said he would be willing forgive Farrah if she gets in the ring with Kailyn. Cory added that he would be willing to be part of the undercard and he already has a fellow “Teen Mom” dad in mind as an opponent.
Ray J is backing out of the November 10 celeb boxing match. The singer was set to referee the fight between former “Teen Mom” Farrah Abraham and Nicole Alexander (aka Hoopz). The 37-year-old’s team wanted $50K plus travel and security costs, but the promotor, Damon Feldman, didn’t have the means to supply that so Ray agreed to do the event for only $25K. Damon and fight investor Samantha Goldberg are now asking if he will do it for even less dough because the event is not selling like they had hoped. David Weintraub, Ray’s manager said, “no dice.” David also represents Farrah, who recently backed out of the fight because of similar issues with the promotor.
Farrah Abraham has backed out of a celebrity boxing tournament she has been talking about for months. Farrah was supposed to go head-to-head with Nicole “Hoopz” Alexander on November 10 in Atlantic City, but is now claiming the promoter screwed her. Damon Feldman reportedly told the ex “Teen Mom” star that she would be guaranteed hotel, travel and tickets for her friends and family, upon signing the contract. The promoter is now saying that was not the deal he agreed upon and cannot deliver on the numbers that Farrah has demanded. The 27-year-old single mom is standing firm on what she wants and will not step foot into the ring unless she gets it. According to TMZ, Farrah’s manager, David Weintraub, had no comment.