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He became famous for street fights which were spread on the Internet, leading Rolling Stone to give him the nickname, “The King of the Web Brawlers”. Slice competed in The Ultimate Fighter: Heavyweights, where he lost in his first fight to veteran fighter, and eventual series winner, Roy Nelson. Ferguson was raised with his two brothers by mother Rosemary Clarke. 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. He was there for only a year and a half. The popularity of the fight propelled both men into the MMA spotlight. The match was scheduled as a three-round exhibition utilizing all professional rules of MMA combat.
Kimbo Slice
Kimbo Slice
Kimbo Slice
Kimbo Slice
Kimbo Slice
Kimbo Slice


Kevin Ferguson (born February 8, 1974), better known as Kimbo Slice, is a Bahamian-American boxer, mixed martial artist and occasional actor. After EliteXC declared bankruptcy in 2008, Slice became a free agent. Ferguson was born in Nassau, Bahamas, but moved to the United States as a child, growing up in Cutler Ridge, Florida. He continued his studies with Cutler Ridge Middle School and later with Richmond Heights Middle School. in 1992, his house in Perrine, Florida was destroyed by Hurricane Andrew, forcing him to live in his 1987 Nissan Pathfinder for a month.
Kimbo Slice
Kimbo Slice
Kimbo Slice
Kimbo Slice
Kimbo Slice
Kimbo Slice
Kimbo Slice
Kimbo Slice
Kimbo Slice
Kimbo Slice


He became famous for street fights which were spread on the Internet, leading Rolling Stone to give him the nickname, “The King of the Web Brawlers”. Slice left the underground fighting scene and signed a professional contract with EliteXC in 2007. After EliteXC declared bankruptcy in 2008, Slice became a free agent. in 1997, he had a tryout with the Miami Dolphins and was part of the pre-season squad, but was unable to get a place in the first team.
Kimbo Slice
Kimbo Slice
Kimbo Slice
Kimbo Slice
Kimbo Slice
Kimbo Slice


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. in 1992, his house in Perrine, Florida was destroyed by Hurricane Andrew, forcing him to live in his 1987 Nissan Pathfinder for a month. in 1997, he had a tryout with the Miami Dolphins and was part of the pre-season squad, but was unable to get a place in the first team. Kimbo’s cousin is United States judoka Rhadi Ferguson. in his first taped fight against a man named Big D, Ferguson left a large cut on his opponent’s right eye which led Internet fans to call him Slice, becoming the last name to his already popular childhood nickname, Kimbo. Slice defeated Mercer with a guillotine choke at 1:12 into the first round. At the fight his weight was announced at an all-time low of 234 lb (106 kg), a far cry from his street fighting days of 280 lb (130 kg).
Kimbo Slice
Kimbo Slice
Kimbo Slice
Kimbo Slice
Kimbo Slice
Kimbo Slice


Slice left the underground fighting scene and signed a professional contract with EliteXC in 2007. 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. He continued his studies with Cutler Ridge Middle School and later with Richmond Heights Middle School.
Kimbo Slice
Kimbo Slice
Kimbo Slice
Kimbo Slice
Kimbo Slice
Kimbo Slice


After EliteXC declared bankruptcy in 2008, Slice became a free agent. Ferguson was raised with his two brothers by mother Rosemary Clarke. He was there for only a year and a half. This event was later canceled due to a promotion dispute. in the opening seconds of the third round, however, Kimbo threw a haymaker to Thompson’s left ear, which ruptured Thompson’s cauliflower. This left the head of fight operations, Jeremy Lappen, to choose a replacement for the fight. But Kimbo’s team stated they did not want him fighting Frank no matter how much money was offered to them.

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