tweeted his desire to fight Jose Canseco.
For O'Neal, an entire NBA season came and went which made the basketball legend (and current studio analyst) incredibly busy.
But not all that shocking, Canseco has had his hands full as well. Since he was first challenged by the 7'1" bohemoth, the former American League MVP has quit two baseball teams, joined a third and, recently, filed for bankruptcy protection.
Which makes me wonder...could this fight be a way for the embattled slugger to get out of debt?
One guy that might have an inside scoop on whether or not the two heavyweights might don the gloves and enter the ring is Dana White. As you might recall, both O'Neal and Canseco, while tweeting back and forth this past fall, included the UFC President in their war of words.
"I have a buddy in Boston trying to make (the fight) happen," White told The Hall exclusively. "Listen, I'm friends with Shaq and he doesn't want that. Can you imagine if he got clipped by Jose Canseco? (Laughs)."
No...I can't. But I'd watch.