The George Zimmerman fight has been cancelled again after Trayvon Martin’s family refused to accept any money from the fight’s promoter. Earlier yesterday, the first boxing promoter Damon Feldman held a press conference in Delaware officially announcing that he had removed himself from the fight involving George Zimmerman due to the overwhelming criticism and the counsel of his friend Floyd Mayweather Sr. Feldman said, “I am over and done with this. I am out. I just want to move on to better things. Where I wanted to go with this was not the direction it was going, even though I could have capitalized on this. I don’t know what to say. I am very emotional. I worked my whole life and career for this and now I am going to give it up. But it is better for Alki David and FilmOn.com to take it over. It will relieve a lot of stress.” Yesterday the foundation said that it “stands boldly against any act of violence” and would reject FilmOn promoter Alki David’s donations (who is the second promoter). David also confirmed that the fight is cancelled, saying, “I respect the wishes of the family and in light of this we are canceling the event.” RIP we won’t miss you!