Kimbo Slice Knocks Out James Wade in Boxing Debut

Kimbo Slice Knocks Out James Wade in Boxing Debut!

Category: Boxing, MMA


Kevin Ferguson AKA Kimbo Slice became an internet phenomenon when videos of him knocking out mean guys in street brawls were plastered on YouTube.

He left the underground fighting scene to become a mixed-martial arts fighter for EliteXC where he won his first four fights before getting knocked out by Seth Petruzelli in only 14 seconds.

He then competed in The Ultimate Fighter: Heavyweights where he lost in his first fight to eventual 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.

Realizing he was not really cut for MMA, Kimbo decided to venture into into professional boxing.

Given a new leash on his fighting career, he showed the stuff that made him an underground legend when on his boxing debut against James Wade, he put his opponent  to sleep in only 17 seconds.

Watch the knockout video below:

Another angle:

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2 Responses to “Kimbo Slice Knocks Out James Wade in Boxing Debut!”

  1. nicko Says:

    Pretty cool. Didn’t know he started pro boxing.
    Or is that amateur?


    ark Reply:

    This is Kimbo’s professional boxing debut. He first became famous for fighting in underground street brawls before he tried his hand at mixed-martial arts where he has a 4-3 win-loss record.


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