Here’s an utterly stupid NBA beef between Charles Barkley, a pear-shaped former player who now collects a paycheck for yelling nonsense on TV, and Draymond Green, a current player who is best known for kicking opposing players in the crotch.

Buckle up, this should be fun.

During Tuesday night’s broadcast of Inside The NBA, Barkley and his co-hosts discussed the heated confrontation between Green and New Orleans Pelicans guard Rajon Rondo during Game 2 of their second round playoff series. You can watch the whole thing, including the Green-Rondo incident, in the video below. It’s six minutes long, but you can stop watching after the first minute — that’s where all the good stuff is located.

“I just want someone to punch him in his face,” said Barkley. “I really do.”

When asked by his co-hosts why he has a strong dislike for Green, Barkley merely replied “I want to punch his a** is the face, I do.”

Since we live in a world of hot takes, a reporter asked Green about Chuck’s comments after the game. The response was typical of Draymon’s prickly personality, and he basically dared Barkley to take a swing.

“A lot of guys talk on TV, standing behind a microphone and a TV screen. The fact of the matter is, if you feel that strongly about something — he’s seen me a million times — if he feel that strongly about it, then punch me in my face when you see it. If you’re not going to punch me in the face when you see me, then shut up.”

“It’s no different then somebody sitting behind a computer screen, tweeting ‘I’ll knock you out” and you’ll never seem them in real life. Well, he’s seen me a bunch of times and he’ll see me again this year. Punch me in the face when you see me. Or if not, no one cares what you would have done. You’re old and it is what it is. If you’re not going to punch me in the face when you see me, then stop talking about it. Period.”

Hilariously, Green went to suggest that he would somehow get Barkley’s boss, TNT president David Levy, involved in the beef.

I would pay a solid… nine dollars to watch Draymond Green and Charles Barkley throw down in a UFC match.