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Fredo Santana Wants To Fight George Zimmerman To The Death In Cage Match



Chiraq is very much anti-George Zimmerman. Zimmerman sparked notoriety after pursuing and killing a then-17-year-old Trayvon Martin Feb. 26, 2012 after deeming the teen suspicious.

George Zimmerman would not stay out of the spotlight following his July 13, 2013 second-degree murder acquittal in Martin’s death. His most recent antics had him announce he would partake in a celebrity fight match.

Zimmerman reportedly found a contender in Ruff Ryder frontman DMX. Reps for the troubled rapper, however, alleged the “Get At Me Dog” rapper never officially agreed to the fight.

Fredo is now stepping up to the plate and is “100 percent” willing to challenge Zimmerman after a fan suggested the two meet up in a cage match fight to the death.



Fredo’s 300 counterpart Lil Durk also wants to get his hands on Zimmerman.

The OTF frontman said Zimmerman’s presence is needed in Chiraq to be added to the murder rate.

“F*k Zimmerman bring his a-- to Chicago add em to the rate,” the “Signed To The Streets 2” rapper said.



It is not certain whether Zimmerman will move forward with his celebrity fight match ambitions.

Promoter Damon Feldman cancelled the initial fight after receiving threats of violence against his children.

Alki David, owner of FilmOn, spoke exclusively with TMZ to say he is actively securing the rights for the fight and that his company is currently looking for worthy opponents.

Zimmerman’s acquittal in Martin’s death sparked nationwide protests on allegations of racial bias in the criminal justice system.

Florida’s judicial system was equally slammed for failing to bring charges to Zimmerman after Martin’s killing. Zimmerman was eventually arrested 42 days after the incident.

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