"I would love to fight": Jimmy Kimmel accepts Roy Moore's challenge

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Again, another dig at Roy Moore and his sexual abuse allegations.

What began as a Jimmy Kimmel-sponsored prank at a political rally and a Twitter war has resulted in an informal invite to either a Southern fist fight with a potential Senator or religious discussion over Panda Express.

While the Alabama GOP continues to support Moore, a number of national Republican leaders, including Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, have said they don't want him in the Senate. In case you live under a rock, Moore has been accused of showing too much his appreciation for underage girls in the past.

And while Moore talked the talk, Kimmel is taking him up on his offer to see if he'll actually walk the walk. "I accept that invitation", Kimmel said.

"I'll wear a Girl Scout uniform so you can have something to get excited about."

Kimmel went on to reference a rumor that Moore was banned from an Alabama mall for his interactions with underage girls, and he agreed to meet Moore at that same mall with a group of cheerleaders.

Kimmel replied: "Sounds great Roy - let me know when you get some Christian values and I'll be there!" It's all on Twitter, but the bottom line is this: I accept the invitation. Here's what we'll do, we'll find a place to do it, I'll wear a Girl Scout uniform so you have something to get excited about, and the victor will give all the money we charge for tickets to charity.

The host said he'd even be willing to physically fight him on condition that the victor would donate the money from ticket sales to the charity of their choice - and pledged his to Moore's victims.

Jake Byrd, a frequent character on "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" attended a church event in Alabama, featuring Moore, but was kicked out for his overly enthusiastic behavior.

"My charity will be the women who came forward to say you molested them", Kimmel said.

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