A showdown between Bobby Flay and Gordon Ramsay is comparable to Floyd Mayweather vs. Manny Pacquiao, down to the possible Pay-Per-View potential.
In an exclusive interview with Foodbeast during this year's Vegas Uncork'd, Flay said that the only way he'd go up against Ramsay would be in a boxing-style spectacle, the greatest cook-off of all time.
"Only if it's a Pay-Per-View event," Flay said. "I've been hoping it would happen outside of Caesar's Palace, like the old school heavyweight fights, but that's yet to have happened."
Even with cameras everywhere, and millions of eyes certainly glued to the TV, Flay still doesn't trust Ramsay to play fair. When asked what he'd like the stipulations be, he said:
"I don't know. Gordon's going to cheat anyway, so it doesn't matter."
For years, we've dreamed of a cook-off between two of the most popular chefs in the world, and all they do is tease us.
At last year's Vegas Uncork'd, Ramsay promised a cook-off with Flay was coming, and he even went out "looking" for Flay at his Mesa Grill restaurant, live streaming the hunt on Facebook.
The way Flay talked about Ramsay, it seemed like they're actually friends, so hopefully they can finally make this thing happen, and give the people what they want.