For the past few weeks these guys have been talking really tough. Both say that they would beat the other senseless in an actual fight. I highly doubt the fight would ever happen, but if it did who do you think would win? Let’s look at the facts. Both of these guys are fairly old. Biden is 75 while Trump is 71. If you had a nine round match between them both I think it would be a fair estimate that this would “not” go the distance. Trump is about 6 foot 3, while Biden is about 6 feet tall, so I guess the height and reach advantage “should” go to Trump. However, Trump is not in the greatest of shape while Biden works out all the time. If the fight lasts long enough that might just benefit Biden. Looking at all these statistics it would seem that whoever connects the “first” punch just might be declared the winner (because one punch might be all that is needed for this one). These guys might just pass out trying to throw that first punch. No one should be fighting when you are over the age of 70. This would be humorous to watch, and if they wanted to this fight could possibly generate a lot of money that could go to some charity or something. I would most certainly watch it. Would you? Truth be told, the anxiety of this fight just might kill them both before either steps into the ring. Seriously, I don’t think they will ever physically fight each other, and that is a good thing, because no one should want to witness a murder of any kind. The dialogue between them provides for a lot of entertainment, though, and that is good enough for me. This would not be better than the “Thrilla in Manilla” and surely would be nowhere near as long. I would be anxious to see if either could get up from his seat for the second round. If they ever do this battle, I hope they can do it in a way that it benefits us. Believe it or not, I can see this raising money for something, and there are a lot of people who would love to see either one (if not both) of them get beat down. Thank you for checking out my Daily Thought, and as always I wish you the very best that life has to offer.
Jerry Butler in concert with Brett Jolly on bass guitar