Eminem asks AAF to allow fighting, Manziel responds 'I got you'
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Eminem thinks he may have found the key to future success for the Alliance of American Football.

The rapper - real name Marshall Mathers III - tweeted at the AAF on Monday asking the league to consider allowing its players to fight.

Former NFL and CFL quarterback Johnny Manziel, who recently signed with the AAF's Memphis Express, responded to Mathers' tweet soon after.

AAF co-founder and CEO Charlie Ebersol also responded - not to Mathers' fighting request, but to his desire for a Detroit team.

Manziel made his AAF debut Sunday night in the Express' 31-25 overtime victory over the Birmingham Iron. At one point during the game, a mic'd-up Manziel could be heard swearing and talking trash to an Iron player.

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