Roy Moore Challenges Jimmy Kimmel to Fight Him ‘Man to Man’ — And Kimmel Just Accepted

This past month, several women accused Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore of sexual misconduct, with some alleging he attempted to engage in sexual activity with them when they were underage.

Moore, however, has adamantly denied the allegations.

While Moore has been speaking against those who have called him out for his alleged actions, he turned his attention to late night host Jimmy Kimmel this past week after “Jake Byrd,” a character on the late night host’s show, crashed Moore’s rally at a church on Wednesday.

Byrd, who’s played by comedian Tony Barbieri, found himself being forcibly removed from the church, where he shouted as he was being taken out:

“I’m your No. 1 fan … does that look like the face of someone who hits on teenage girls?!”

Following the incident, Moore took to Twitter to call out Kimmel:

Following the posts, Kimmel found himself in a Twitter war with Moore:

And while Moore talked the talk, Kimmel is taking him up on his offer to see if he’ll actually walk the walk.

On Thursday’s episode, Kimmel started off by informing viewers of the feud, explaining how baffled he was, considering Moore was beating his opponent:

“Roy Moore leads Doug Jones by five or six points, which doesn’t say a lot for Doug. Even though Roy Moore was reportedly so creepy around young girls, he was banned from the mall in Gadsden, Alabama.”

But here is when Kimmel put all jokes aside, got serious with Moore and informed him he would be accepting his invitation:

“I accept that invitation. There is no one I would love to fight more than you. I will put my Christian values aside just for you and for that fight.”

And right after that, he was back to the jokes:

“I’ll wear a Girl Scout uniform so you can have something to get excited about.”

Kimmel went on to say that they can sell tickets for the fight, and the proceeds will go to the charity of their choosing:

“And the winner, whoever wins the fight, will give all the money we charge for the tickets to charity. My charity will be the women who came forward to say you molested them, OK?”

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