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Thank goodness this fight has been called off again!

The Zimmerman boxing match was canceled before when “Celebrity Boxing Match” promoter, Damon Feldman, decided to call off the fight after he developed a conscience and received death threats against his family and kids.

But that didn’t stop another promoter from picking up the fight, and changing it into a “bloody” match that would involve no celebrities at all. According to news sources, all of the proceeds from the fight were going to be donated to the Trayvon Martin Foundation; which of course, the family refused when they heard about the offer.

So now, the fight has been canceled for a second time, as it should.

Let this be a sign to all of those people trying to use one of America’s most hated men as an entertainment gimmick to make a profit; let it go and it’s not worth it. It’s obviously not meant to be and no one wants to watch it. America already has enough trashy reality TV shows to last us a lifetime.

No one wants to see that trash on TV too!

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First the fight was on, and promoter, Damon Fedman, was looking for an opponent to fight George Zimmerman in a “Celebrity Boxing Match”.

Rapper DMX was picked from a group of potential fighters to go head to head with the criminal, (ahem, I mean Zimmerman), but after a huge backlash from the media and fans, the fight was eventually called off.

But now news is surfacing that the fight is back on!!!

Reports are saying that a new promoter is putting the fight back together again, without the Ruff Ryder MC, and is looking for a new opponent to fight opposite Zimmerman.

“An online streaming service called FilmOn.com says it secured the rights to a Zimmerman fight… FilmOn says it’s gonna give the public what it wants — blood — and tells us DMX is out as the challenger because “much bigger names than DMX” want in. “

I’m assuming the reason for this fight being put back together has less to do with giving the people “what they want” and more to do with money. And the “big names” who want in on the fight either want a cut of the pie or a chance to beat the shit out of George Zimmerman (or both).

Reports also say that the fight will lose the “Celebrity” angle and will be “bloody.” The fight will take place next month (on marth 15th),  and that “all profits will go to the Trayvon Martin Foundation.”

However the original fight promoter, Feldman, has yet to to sign over the rights for the match… so it’s still up in the air if the show will really go on or get KO’d for good.

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Local celebrity boxing promoter Damon Feldman is at it again.

Feldman announced that he will promote a three-round boxing match between

George Zimmerman, the man who fatally shot Trayvon Martin (and was later

acquitted of second-degree murder and manslaughter charges), and rapper DMX.

The 43-year-old rapper was allegedly one of 15,000 applicants to fight the 30-year-

old Zimmerman, who has continued to pop up in the public eye since his contro-

versial acquittal last year.Zimmerman told Radar the fight was his idea and he’s

been training regularly.

Date, location and time of the fight will be announced at a press conference next

week. Pay-per-view and television deals are also expected to be announced.

Feldman, a former boxer himself, is known for his celebrity brawls, including the

likes of Michael Lohan, Tonya Harding and a controversial bout with Jose Canseco.

Trayvon Martin would have been 19 today.

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George Zimmerman has finally picked up his guns from police.

Zimmerman, 30, whose arsenal was confiscated in November foll-

owing a domestic dispute with his girlfriend, picked up his four

firearms, including a shotgun and an assault rifle from the Semi-

nole County Sheriff’s Office in Sanford, Fla., this week.

He was eligible to retrieve the weapons since Dec. 11 when assault

charges against him were dismissed.  Zimmerman, perhaps Flor-

ida’s most notorious gun owner, picked up the weapons on Tues-

day and Wednesday and returned to the sheriff’s office on Thursday

with girlfriend Samantha Scheibe, 27, because she also had to re-

trieve a handgun police seized during the same incident in Nov-

ember.

Returned to Zimmerman were an Interarms .380-caliber handgun,

a Glock 19 handgun, a Kel-Tec 12-gauge shotgun and an AR-15

assault rifle.

Scheibe picked up her Taurus 9mm handgun.

The couple’s weapons were removed after Scheibe called police on

Nov. 18 and reported that Zimmerman was threatening her with a

shotgun.

“You put your gun in my freaking face!” Scheibe is heard yelling

at Zimmerman on a 911 call from the time.

Scheibe later dropped the charges against Zimmerman. With no

criminal charges against him, Zimmerman is free to carry the

weapons, said Heather Smith, spokeswoman for the Seminole

Sheriff.

Zimmerman was acquitted earlier this year of murder charges for

killing unarmed teenager Trayvon Martin. He has claimed he

needs the weapons because of threats against him following the

verdict. Since the verdict this summer, he has been stopped by

police a couple times for speeding and given warnings. His wife

also filed charges against him, but later withdrew the accusation.

Zimmerman has denied threatening his wife and his girlfriend.

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George Zimmerman was told he must surrender his guns in order to get out of

jail today following his arrest for the alleged aggravated assault of his girlfriend.

A Florida judge set bond at $9,000 and Zimmerman’s lawyers said they expect

him to get out of jail Wednesday.

He must also wear an electronic monitoring device and have no contact with

his girlfriend.

Jeff Dowdy, deputy chief at Seminole County Public Defender’s Office, is Zimmer-

man’s new attorney. Before heading into court, Dowdy told reporters that Zim-

merman is “indigent” and about $2.5 million in debt.

When asked how Zimmerman was doing after a night in jail, Dowdy said, “He’s

upset. He’s calm, but he’s upset. He wants to go home.”

Zimmerman, 30, was arrested Monday after a “domestic disturbance” with his

girlfriend. He now faces a felony charge of aggravated assault and the lesser

charges of battery domestic violence and criminal mischief.

Zimmerman’s girlfriend, who the Seminole County Sheriff’s Office identified as

Samantha Scheibe, told a 911 dispatcher that the incident began when the for-

mer neighborhood watch captain grew upset during an argument and brand-

ished a weapon at her.

“He’s in my house, breaking all my s— because I asked him to leave,” Scheibe

told the dispatcher. “He’s got a freaking gun breaking all my stuff right now.”

Scheibe said Zimmerman then pushed her out the home that they have shared

ever since Zimmerman became estranged with his wife and locked her out.

Authorities said when they arrived Scheibe gave them keys to the home, and

that they had to push through obstacles by the door to get in.

“When we arrived, the victim indicated that she and George Zimmerman were

having a verbal dispute and at that time she alleged that he had broken a table

and pointed a long-barrel shotgun at her,” Seminole County Sheriff’s Office Chief

Deputy Dennis Lemma said at a news conference.

However, Zimmerman tells a different tale. He told police in a separate 911 call

that she instigated the incident.

“My girlfriend has … for lack of a better word, gone crazy on me,” said Zimmer-

man while police knocked on the door trying to speak with him.

“The police is already there and so why are you calling? What happened?” the

dispatcher asked.

Zimmerman replied, “I just want everyone to know the truth.”

Zimmerman asked to speak with an officer on the phone. He was unarmed when

police got to him and “rather passive,” Lemma said. He offered no resistance and

was taken into custody. He is being held without bond and if a judge decides to

let him go free, authorities have requested that he once again be outfitted with

an electronic monitoring device.

Late Monday night police were seen removing what looked like evidence from

the home.

Zimmerman became a controversial figure when he shot and killed unarmed

black teen Trayvon Martin. He was acquitted of second-degree murder in July.

Zimmerman conceded he shot and killed Martin in Sanford, Fla., on Feb. 26,

2012, but maintained he fired in self-defense. His acquittal caused widespread

anger.

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