Kimbo Slice The Popularity Of The Fight Propelled Both Men Into The MMA Spotlight

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Slice left the underground fighting scene and signed a professional contract with EliteXC in 2007. He attended Miami Palmetto High School, where he was the star middle linebacker. in 1992, his house in Perrine, Florida was destroyed by Hurricane Andrew, forcing him to live in his 1987 Nissan Pathfinder for a month. The popularity of the fight propelled both men into the MMA spotlight.

K Slice Films Television Parts

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Clearly, since the debut of Slice’s new big time film, The Scorpion King 3, critics have started to understand he is a legit ace with many gifts. Over his career, Kimbo has appeared in over five movies.

Right now, Kimbo Slice’s manager Mr. Imber tells us they have met with Hollywood star Kevin Connelly to entertain the idea of a film about Slice’s life. The plan is to make the Kimbo biography film into a big release for close fans in the US. And so, be on the look out cause the K-Slice biography movie will be at a movie theater close to you soon.

On February 16 2008 Kimbo Fought Tank Abbott In The Main Event

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The match was scheduled as a three-round exhibition utilizing all professional rules of MMA combat. in a post-fight interview, Slice stated that he would like to fight David “Tank” Abbott. On February 16, 2008, Kimbo fought Tank Abbott in the main event at EliteXC: Street Certified.

In His UFC Debut Slice Defeated Houston Alexander In The The Ultimate

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Slice competed in The Ultimate Fighter: Heavyweights, where he lost in his first fight to veteran fighter, and eventual series winner, Roy Nelson. in his UFC debut, Slice defeated Houston Alexander in the The Ultimate Fighter: Heavyweights finale, but lost in his second UFC fight to Matt Mitrione at UFC 113. Ferguson was born in Nassau, Bahamas, but moved to the United States as a child, growing up in Cutler Ridge, Florida.

Abbott Who Was A Spectator Stood Up From Kimbo Slice’s Seat And Accepted

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Slice competed in The Ultimate Fighter: Heavyweights, where he lost in his first fight to veteran fighter, and eventual series winner, Roy Nelson. He went to Bel-Air Elementary School, where Ferguson was reportedly involved in his first fight at 13 as he tried to defend a friend. Kimbo’s cousin is United States judoka Rhadi Ferguson. His only on-tape street fight loss was against Sean Gannon, a former Boston police officer who also trains in MMA. The match was scheduled as a three-round exhibition utilizing all professional rules of MMA combat. Abbott, who was a spectator, stood up from his seat and accepted the call out. One of the matchmakers for CFFC asked Slice for his assurance so that an October 12 bout at Cage Fury Fighting Championships 6 between Slice and “Tank” Abbott could be organized.