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General all around a-hole and killer George Zimmerman is set to enter the D list world of celebrity boxing. Zimmerman has agreed to a match against anyone according to celebrity boxing promoter Damon Feldman who throws celebrities desperate to hang on to their last ten seconds of fame into a boxing ring where they fight for money and then go off to do nothing afterwards. For his part, Zimmerman said they he will fight anyone and thinks he can beat anyone. What I would like to see is Mike Tyson come out of retirement and spend a couple of minutes kicking George Zimmerman around the ring. Mike doesn't need to be in great shape. I figure that if Mike spends a couple of hours getting ready he can probably destroy the guy and then we can all change our screensavers and wallpapers to photos of George Zimmerman laid out on the floor of the ring or curled in a fetal position begging for his mom.
What I don't want to see happen is something like the return of Screech to the ring or something like that. I want this to be a beatdown of epic proportions.
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