Tuesday, July 7, 2015

Lindsay Lohan's father defeats "Survivor" by TKO.

Michael Lohan, the bad-boy father of actress Lindsay Lohan, defeated "Survivor" villain Jonny Fairplay by TKO in a Celebrity Boxing bout Saturday night at the Ramada Philadelphia Airport, in Essington. Lohan plans to defend his Celebrity Boxing Federation welterweight title in August in Atlantic City. Meanwhile, Sugar Ray Leonard Jr., who aspires to be an actor not a boxer, fights nonetheless against Delaware County's Derek Macintosh at Celebrity Boxing 10 on July 24 at the Ice Works Skating Complex (3100 W. Duttons Mill) in Aston, Delaware County. The card is headlined by Jose Canseco against five-time Wing Bowl champ Bill "El Wingador" Simmons.

Lindsay Lohan's father defeats "Survivor" by TKO.

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Michael Lohan, the bad-boy father of actress Lindsay Lohan, defeated "Survivor" villain Jonny Fairplay by TKO in a Celebrity Boxing bout Saturday night at the Ramada Philadelphia Airport, in Essington. Lohan plans to defend his Celebrity Boxing Federation welterweight title in August in Atlantic City. Meanwhile, Sugar Ray Leonard Jr., who aspires to be an actor not a boxer, fights nonetheless against Delaware County's Derek Macintosh at Celebrity Boxing 10 on July 24 at the Ice Works Skating Complex (3100 W. Duttons Mill) in Aston, Delaware County. The card is headlined by Jose Canseco against five-time Wing Bowl champ Bill "El Wingador" Simmons.

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