Considering his age (37-years-old) and his past combat sports experience (beating up dudes in parking lots), Kimbo Slice’s MMA run was actually kind of impressive. Though he was fed easy opponents early on during his tenure with EliteXC, Slice showed real heart by stepping onto the tenth season of The Ultimate Fighter to test himself against promising up-and-comers. Slice was defeated on the show early by MMA veteran Roy Nelson, but would go on to post a 1-1 record in the UFC, beating up Houston Alexander and getting beaten up by Matt Mitrione. Not exactly a champion’s record, but still pretty solid for an older guy who’s used to fighting on grass or asphalt.
Now, the Bahamian-born slugger has taken his heavy-handed talents to the world of boxing, where he doesn’t have to worry about being taken down. So far, in the world of the sweet science, Slice has racked up a record of 2-0, with both wins coming by way of first-round, one-punch knockout.
Check out the video of his latest win, over Tay Bledsoe, below.