George Zimmerman has agreed to a celebrity boxing match and claims he'll fight ANYBODY.  But will he fight Hip Hip star Game?  The rapper is hoping so and says it would be his pleasure to beat his a** with zero legal repercussions.

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What if I told you, you could have a chance to fight George Zimmerman?  Well you do! Celebrity boxing promoter Damon Feldman offered George money to step in the ring and Zimmerman has accepted the challenge.

Feldman is taking all offers at right now.  One of the first people to sign up to go toe-to-toe with Zimmerman is Hip Hop superstar Game.  The rapper, who stands 6'5" at 240 lbs has a Trayvon Martin tattoo on his leg and said it would his pleasure to fight Zimmerman, adding he wants to show him disputes can be settled without using a firearm.

The rapper said, “I will beat the f**k out of him.  I would not be boxing for me. I’d be boxing for the legacy of Trayvon Martin and for his family.”  I gotta admit I would love to see Game get his hands on Zimmerman.

TMZ reports that Zimmerman has agreed to the March 1 celebrity boxing match, but not necessarily to fight Game.  He just agreed to a match and the date.  For now the promoter hasn't selected Zimmerman’s opponent.  I guess he’s got his confidence from taking up boxing and regularly training in the ring

In the meantime, if you'd like to throw your hat in the ring for the March 1 match, listen to Tha Wire below.  I have an email address for you to summit a request.

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In other news, the Harlem-based crew from VH1’s Black Ink Crew is expanding their brand to their own nationwide magazine.  It’s already on newsstands to, the Black Ink monthly went on sale January 26th.  As no surprise Black Ink owner Ceaser Emanuel also serves as the publication’s managing editor.

Ceaser said of his company’s new endeavor, “This publication is something that the entire Black Ink Crew is proud of. We’ve already received a lot of anticipation and support and we’re using this opportunity to expand beyond the urban market and into every stream of media. We are also excited to reveal the magazine’s shocking exclusives and creative photography.”

Listen to Tha Wire below and find out what's next for the crew and get the scoop on when season 3 of their hit reality show will return to VH1

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In quick news, move over Drake, the new kicks from Adidas may be the hottest shoes to cop this year.  A couple of weeks ago the legendary shoe giant released the classic Top Ten sneaker.  But they’re not stopping there.   To coincide with the upcoming NBA All-Star Weekend (Feb. 14-16), Adidas Originals is dropping the retro-ed Top Ten “East Vs West” collection to celebrate the NBA’s rivalry between the Eastern and Western Conferences.

Listen to Tha Wire and find out when their gonna drop and how much their gonna set you back for.  Also, Lil Boosie is coming home sooner than he expected.  The rapper was originally going to be released from prison in August, but instead he’s gonna be released next month in part for participating in various programs while he was locked up.

According to, the 31-year-old rapper who’s is Torrence Hatch, will be released Feb. 16.  However he’ll  be on supervised probation until June 17, 2018.  His brother Taquari Hatch told Nola Boosie is eager to get back to work adding, “He has plans to go straight to the studio to begin working on an album as well as his tour in late spring, early summer.”  He also confirmed that Lil Boosie will create a foundation to help children of victims of homicides when he gets out as well.

Listen to Tha Wire now and more on all of today's juicy details.