Tuesday, December 1, 2015

Damon Feldman's hearing postponed. Michelle "Bombshell" McGee will now box Gina Lynn

Celebrity Boxing Federation promoter Damon Feldman's preliminary hearing, scheduled for Wednesday in Delaware County, has been postponed.

Damon Feldman's hearing postponed. Michelle "Bombshell" McGee will now box Gina Lynn


Celebrity Boxing Federation promoter Damon Feldman’s preliminary hearing, scheduled for tomorrow in Delaware County, has been postponed. As you read here Friday or in Saturday's Daily News, the state attorney general’s office last week charged Feldman with six counts of staging boxing events without a valid promoter’s license as well as rigging bouts.

Feldman’s new attorney Chuck Peruto, Jr. told us yesterday that as he wanted more time to study the situation. “There’s nothing of a criminal nature here that warrants the court’s time and expense, based on what I’ve seen.”

Meanwhile, Feldman, who can’t promote events in Pennsylvania until his case is settled, says the show must go on. He swears the May 7 event, now headlined by Jesse James’ tattooed trollop Michelle “Bombshell” McGee against porn starlet Gina Lynn, will be held either in New Jersey or Delaware. McGee was formerly slated to referee a fight featuring Lynn.

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