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Ex-Mets, Phillies star Lenny Dykstra’s saga set to include new chapter: Celebrity boxing

Lenny Dykstra is acquiring a further opportunity to live up to his nickname.

The 12-yr MLB veteran, recognized by followers and foes alike as “Nails,” suggests he strategies to stage into the ring for a celeb boxing match.

TMZ reports the 58-calendar year-aged Dykstra needs to sq. off towards Aaron Carter, the 33-12 months-outdated musician.

“Lenny Dykstra right here, Nails. Guess what? I’m heading back again in the ring October 2nd in Miami with Aaron Carter. I’m gonna f****** take this mother f****** apart piece by piece, alright? October 2nd. In Miami. Never miss it. Me and Aaron Carter. Mono e mono. Let us get it on, Nails back again in motion.”

In accordance to TMZ, Carter is fully commited to battling on Oct. 2 in Miami and “Celeb Boxing is at the moment hoping to lock Dykstra in … which would make the struggle official.”

Carter is no stranger to superstar boxing, owning dropped in June to former NBA star Lamar Odom, who delivered a 2nd-round knockout.

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Two a long time in the past, Dykstra was lined up for a superstar boxing match in Atlantic City towards the so-identified as viral “Bagel Manager Guy” from Extended Island, but pulled out times right before the battle, citing ongoing authorized concerns.

The former New York Mets and Philadelphia Phillies outfielder has experienced several operate-ins with the regulation since leaving the recreation, as very well as very public feuds with ex-teammate Ron Darling and WIP Radio host Angelo Cataldi.

Dykstra was a three-time All-Star and gained the 1986 Environment Collection with the Mets.

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