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Friday, January 31, 2014

Rapper The Game says he'll fight George Zimmerman in celeb boxing match

Posted By on Fri, Jan 31, 2014 at 6:29 PM

TMZ reported last night that celeb boxing promoter Damon Feldman was helping anti-celebrity George Zimmerman field opponents for a March 1 celebrity boxing match. Today, TMZ says, rapper the Game says he'll take Zimmerman on "for the legacy of Trayvon Martin and for his family."
Also: "I will beat the f*ck out of him."
Here's the Game:
Here's George Zimmerman:
Photo via TMZ.com The Game: Zimmerman, after his last "fight" with a 17-year-old, during which George told people he feared for his life and against whom he was unable to defend himself except via deadly gunfire:

Side note: Remember that Internet chain email in which dumbasses were sending around a photo titled "The Real Trayvon" and claiming that the liberal media was intentionally hiding the fact that young Trayvon Martin had allegedly grown up to be a musclebound, tattooed thug? The image that was sent with that email was of The Game. Also: The Game has a tattoo of Trayvon Martin on his leg. Photo via dailymail.co.uk   UPDATE: TMZ is now reporting that Zimmerman is hoping he'll get to fight Kanye West, because he says West has a history of attacking "defenseless people." Go figure.    

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