Kimbo Slice vs. Houston Alexander – TUF 10 Finale video preview

Kimbo Slice will fight Houston Alexander this Saturday night on Spike TV as part of The Ultimate Fighter: Heavyweights Finale under card. He wasn’t able to make it to the finals of The Ultimate Fighter, but he is still being given a shot to see once and for all if he can compete with UFC-level … Read more

Kimbo Slice’s future revealed tonight on Spike

Find out what happens to Kimbo Slice tonight on Spike.

Internet sensation fuels speculation on his UFC fate

Las Vegas, NV (USA) – The much-anticipated two-hour finale of Season 10 of The Ultimate Fighter® airs tonight at 9pm ET on Spike and the world will learn which two fighters will compete for the six-figure UFC contract at The Pearl at The Palms Casino Resort this Saturday night. Of equal importance, millions will tune in to learn the fate of Internet legend and knockout artist Kimbo Slice.

The subject of much debate since joining The Ultimate Fighter® in September, Slice has attracted audiences far and wide, all eager to learn more about the bearded 35-year-old. Most are asking the same question of tonight’s broadcast: will Slice get another opportunity to fight on the show?

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Street-Fighter turned MMA fighter, Kimbo Slice (real name: Kevin Ferguson) was arrested by Miami Beach cops in May 2002 on gun and open container charges. The weapons charge against Slice, who was 28 years old at the time (he’s 33 now), was dropped. He entered a no contest plea to the open container charge and … Read more


WEC (WORLD EXTREME CAGEFIGHTING) – FABER vs. PULVER June 1, 2008 by: Jack Bratcher This event took place in Sacramento, California at the Arco Arena and was shown Live on the Versus Television Station. Rob McCullough vs. Kenny Alexander – Frank Mir commentating, said it perfectly, this fight looked like a sparring match. He said … Read more

The Previous Fights of Kimbo Slice (videos)

Here’s one of Kimbo’s legendary street fights. A bareknuckle fisticuffs brawl against someone simply called “Chico.” (The names were changed to protect the guilty) Chico actually is a pretty decent boxer from what we see. I’ve seen worse….such as Bo Cantrell. At least Chico gets back up after bleeding while Cantrell gave up on the … Read more