Shaquille O’Neal to Challenge Justin Bieber to Heavyweight Dance-Off


Shaquille O'Neal to Challenge Justin Bieber to Heavyweight Dance-Off Dr. Shaq has come down with a bad case of Bieber Fever.

Yes, future Hall of Famer Shaquille O’Neal will challenge singing teen sensation Justin Bieber to a dance-off in his upcoming season of his reality show, according to The Associated Press.

The show, Shaq Vs., pitted the 7-foot-1, 325-pound O’Neal against various athletes in their sports in its first season. In the upcoming season, Shaq is expanding his horizons. He’ll have a cook-off with Rachael Ray and try to eat more hot dogs than world champion Joey Chestnut.

“I’m out to prove that I can compete beyond athletics,” O’Neal said in the article. “There’s no challenge bigger than me.”

On paper, it looks like a mismatch, but as Shaq has shown at some NBA All-Star weekends, he knows how to move. You’ll see his break-dancing skills in the video below, and he also showed off some pretty good moves with JabbawockeeZ in Phoenix.

It’s good to see that being unemployed isn’t keeping Shaq from having his fun.

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Shaquille O'Neal to Challenge Justin Bieber to Heavyweight Dance-Off

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“Hard to spot a team six.”
–Red Sox manager Terry Francona, stating plainly to the media that his team had little chance to win Thursday night after allowing six runs in the first inning

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At least one armchair pitching coach has figured out how to make Tim Wakefield better. The solution is simple: Take that knuckleball that you’ve been throwing the same way for two decades … and completely change it.

“Sorry can’t blame the whole game on the ump.Where was the hitting??? Really hate to say its time to let Tim go. If he could get a little more speed on the Knuckle ball then he might be able to win a game. Its time.”

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