"If ya want some, I'll give it you."
No, those aren't the famous words of heavyweight boxing champion Anthony Joshua or even the Gypsy King Tyson Fury.
Rather, that sentence was muttered by viral sensation Gordon Hill, a man more commonly known as the Wealdstone Raider.
Back in 2013, he sent the internet into meltdown by offering out a rival supporter with a cigarette in one hand and a pint of beer in the other.
"You've got no fans!" he chanted at the players, before turning to the man recording him and saying: "You want some? You're playing s*** and you've got no fans. If ya want some, I'll give it you."
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It's an absolutely iconic video in British culture and one that's been viewed nearly 15 million times on YouTube.
Just in case you need reminding, here's the video:
So why are we talking about the Wealdstone Raider now? Well, it's because he's announced he'll be fighting in a charity boxing match in October.
Yes, really. Forget AJ's next bout and forget Fury vs Deontay Wilder, because this will be the biggest fight of 2020.
Hill is stepping into the ring, but it's all for a good cause. He'll be boxing against Dean Hoggard, founder of the Life For A Kid Foundation.
According to Hoggard's recent Facebook update, the bout is set to take place at the Leeds Direct Arena in front of at least 5,000 people on October 30.
Who's got no fans now, Gordon?
With the Raider in the ring, we're expecting quite a lot of hype around this exhibition boxing match.
It will help promote Life For A Kid Foundation, which was set up in 2009 with the aim of helping children under the age of 16.
So far, the charity has raised over £700,000 and the Raider's fight later this year could well help them boost that number.News Now - Sport News