Scump reveals he would hold a boxing match with influencers under two key conditions ⋆ Somag News

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Recently retired Call of Duty legend Seth Abner, aka The Dregs, shared his thoughts on whether he would ever be involved in the world of high-powered boxing, and while he sounded reluctant, he said it was possible, but under two conditions.

Scump announced his retirement from professional Call of Duty on January 17, shocking the scene that prepared him to announce his retirement after the end of the season, despite the fact that he was not even halfway through yet.

While Scump himself, as well as the wider community, is still trying to figure out his post-game career, on a recent episode of the OpTic podcast, he was asked if he would consider participating in boxing matches of influencers who have taken over the internet – and he didn’t it was a definite no.

At the beginning of the episode, OpTic the team talked about Scamp’s life after retirement, and creative director Davis “Hitch” Edwards asked if boxing could be included in the plans.

“No man, I’m not a fighter, I’m a lover,” he told Hitch before backing off a bit and saying he would on two conditions. “Well actually if the money was right and if it was a fight I think I could win I mean… Who knows?”

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He also added that the embarrassment was “the worst thing that could happen” and he would “never get over it” if he was knocked out.

However, we do know that these influencers have made ridiculous amounts of money from their boxing matches – in fact, Jake Paul was the third highest paid boxer between 2021-22, earning around $36 million from his fights alone.

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So if the bag was really that big, it would be hard for the Scumbag to give it up.