It seems that 2017 will be the year in which rap feuds become Hunger Games-style television phenomena. As Soulja Boy and Chris Brown undergo training courtesy of Floyd Mayweather, Jr. and Mike Tyson for the upcoming brawl in Dubai, Kodak Black took the time to challenge Lil Wayne to a fight in the exact same style. Now, Meek Mill has jumped on the bandwagon, saying that he would enter the ring with Drake for the cool sum of $5 million.

And he said all this on video to boot. Mill said that he would love to take arms against Drizzy, even detailing the ways in which he would pummel the Toronto rapper to the ground. He also gives a shout out to his recent ex-girlfriend Nicki Minaj by saying she could play the part of the ring girl. We would say it all sounds a bit far-fetched, but at this point, it doesn't actually sound that unrealistic, does it?

Read our take on this new trend of rappers fighting in the ring right here.

In other music news, the Soulja Boy/Chris Brown saga that has started this mad trend has taken a dark turn... Soulja Boy's home fell victim to a serious robbery. Get the scoop right here.

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