If you've been dying to kick George Zimmerman's butt, here's you chance. He's agreed to a celebrity boxing match -- and says he'll fight anyone, including black people. (I guess we weren’t included in ANYONE)
Celebrity boxing promoter Damon Feldman tells TMZ that an opponent hasn't been selected yet and they won't discriminate. "We're not looking at it as a race thing... We haven't discussed purple, yellow, white, black."
They're even taking applications from the general public. So, if you'd like a chance to pummel the guy who was acquitted of murdering Trayvon Martin, email firstname.lastname@example.org. The match is set for March 1st.
Sounds like The Game has first dibs on George Zimmerman.
After Zimmerman put out word that he's ready to step into the ring for a celebrity boxing match, The Game says he'd love a chance to go at the man who fatally shot Trayvon Martin. Game tells TMZ, “I will beat the [eff] out of him... I would not be boxing for me. I’d be boxing for the legacy of Trayvon Martin and for his family.”
The Game, who goes about six-foot-five and 240 pounds, says he wouldn't feel any remorse after knocking Zimmerman out. “I would definitely take pleasure in it. It’s legal, and I want to show him you can solve your disputes without a weapon.”
Quarterbacks Peyton Manning and Russell Wilson will need to be as accurate as possible in Sunday's big game, but there will be others inside MetLife Stadium that have even less room for error.
Since the Super Bowl is considered a level-one national security event, the SWAT team will have snipers positioned around the stadium. This is the typical security protocol that is followed each year at the Super Bowl and is not in response to a specific threat.