"No problem, I could spare five minutes to drop down and face you. Send the location(...)"
This was the reply of a female wrestler who was confronted by another wrestler about who was the best one at what they do.I do grasp what she means when she says "(...) I could spare five minutes(...)". By that she wants to say that she is willing to take five minutes of hers to do something - in this case, to face the other wrestler-. But when she says "(...)to drop down and face you(...)", it gets a little confusing to me. it sounds as if she had to "get worse" so as to be at the same level of the other wrestler.
According by TheFreeDictionary: Drop down: to fall down; to fall from a higher point; to fall or descend to a lower place or level.
If it has another conotation, I´d be glad to be informed. Thanks.