Robbie Williams fuels Liam Gallagher feud with rude impression after boxing snub – News

 Robbie Williams has hit out once again at Liam Gallagher after the Oasis legend has stayed silent on taking him.


 Robbie Williams has hit out once again at Liam Gallagher after the Oasis legend has stayed silent on taking him on in a boxing match  The Angels singer spoke this week about his potential bought in the ring with Liam, but admitted he still hasn’t heard back from him  Speaking at a press conference at the Vale Park stadium on Tuesday, the 45-year-old said: “You surmise from this whatever you want but I’ve asked him twice now, nothing back  “I’ve been boxing and I’m loving it. When I do Soccer Aid I get to pretend I’m a footballer and when I’m on stage I get to pretend I’m a singer, and I would love the experience of pretending to be a boxer too But I only want to fight Liam.”  Taking a cheeky swipe at Liam, he then imitated a chicken as he spoke about Liam and his reluctance to don some boxing gloves and join him in the ring  This isn’t the first time Robbie has spoke of his love of boxing recently, after he adopted a healthier lifestyle  He said: “I’m golfing a lot and I’m in nature. And it’s three hours of walking and it’s meditative because all you’re thinking about is that next shot and it takes you out of yourself Like boxing does. You know, you go boxing and it’s so hard but so enjoyable.  “And then I saw on a podcast somebody would say, if you don’t work out, it’s the equivalent of taking a depressant pill instead of an antidepressant If you don’t work out and don’t do something you’re taking a depressant pill.  “I’ve got something in me like a magnet that wants me to stay isolated, be self-abusive and kill myself You know, that’s how strong this is.”  Robbie and Liam’s feud has been going on for years, since the mid-1990s, after Liam’s brother Noel Gallagher called Robbie a “fat dancer from Take That”  Robbie Williams is a WW ambassador and is currently on the new my WW programme – its most customised weight-loss programme ever Driven by science and behavioural insights, and offering more flexibility and freedom than ever before, myWW makes losing weight easier For more information about myWW, visit WW.com or download the WW app.   Listen to the podcast episode in full and subscribe on the WW YouTube channel, iTunes and Spotify from 28th November

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