Sports fans are calling for Coleen Rooney and Rebekah Vardy to be on the undercard of the KSI and Logan Paul fight on November 9.
Coleen, the wife of England record goalscorer Wayne, accused Vardy of taking content from her private Instagram and selling it to The Sun newspaper.
She claimed that she had tricked Vardy into outing herself as the mole by changing her posts so that only she was able to see them, and then started to fabricate stories to see if they would appear elsewhere.
Vardy then took to Twitter to reply with her own statement, completely denying the allegations.
The accusations flying around social media has got some people hyped up for more allegations and some have even called for a fight to settle the pair's disagreement.
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People have been tweeting Eddie Hearn, the managing director of Matchroom sport, who is in charge of the celebrity boxing bout between YouTubers KSI and Logan Paul, asking for the two to be able to settle their differences on the fight’s undercard.
“Petition to get Coleen Rooney v Rebekah Vardy on the KSI v Logan Paul undercard. LET'S GOOOOO,” a sports account tweeted.
“Can we get Mrs Rooney v Mrs Vardy on the undercard of KSI & Logan Paul?” Another hopeful fight fan tweeted.
“Coleen Rooney vs Rebekah Vardy on the KSI v Logan Paul under card @EddieHearn?” One person included Hearn in a bid to catch his attention.
“F*** KSI vs Logan bruh. Coleen Rooney vs Rebekah Vardy needed.” One of the YouTuber fight sceptics said they’d much rather watch the WAGs fight.
Someone is so keen to see this fight happen that they've actually started a petition to get it finalised.
People have been referring to Coleen Rooney as Wagatha Christie, a homage to the great author Agatha Christie, who is famed for her fictional detectives.
Mrs Rooney and Mrs Vardy have certainly done well to brighten up the international break, but a boxing fight next month may be a bit too much of a stretch. Sadly.News Now - Sport News