Earlier this week, pro-union protesters assaulted conservative Fox News contributor Steven Crowder at a rally against Michigan's right-to-work legislation. Hours later, Crowder went on Fox's "Hannity" show, and challenged his attacker to step forward. As an enticement, he offered jail or an MMA match.
"You can come forward, I'll press charges, you'll go to jail," Crowder said. "Or, since you wanted to cheap-shot me, we can host a bout in a sanctioned, legalized MMA competition."
Referencing the fund that has been set up to find the perpetrator, Crowder said the winner of the fight could donate the money to the charity or union of his choice.
"Face me like a man," said Crowder, who added that that he was "easy to find."
The union official who sucker punched Crowder has been identified by the name on his jacket. His name is Tony Camargo, a member of the IBEW local is 876, Grand Rapids, MI.
Michigan Governor Rick Snyder signed the right-to-work bills into law on Tuesday.
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