Michael Lohan's ready to fight anyone who wants to take him.
Lohan's auctioning off the chance to knock him out in a charity boxing match Nov. 24 at the Hilton Long Island in Melville, N.Y. Bidding to challenge Lohan begins at $5,000. Proceeds will go to charities including the Long Island Community Chest, which provides financial support to needy families.
Asked by ABCNews.com whether he'd fight Ronson if she was the highest bidder, Lohan let out a whoop of laughter and said:
"How about her brother [disc jockey Mark Ronson]? Samantha -- I’m not even going there. No, no, no. I wouldn’t get in a ring with a woman."
"I’ve seen a lot of pictures of Lindsay. She seems happy," he said. "If that’s the direction she wants her life to take, I’m happy for her."
Regardless of what happens in the ring, Lohan remains bent on proving that he's the good guy in his Hollywood family drama. He said he has text messages and voice mails to back him up, and he's not afraid to use them.
"I have a court date Oct. 16 with Dina. ... If anything’s going to be released, it’s going to be released in the proper setting, which is the court. If it’s released, then everyone will know who really has Lindsay's best interests at heart."