What Is Kimbo Slice Worth?
Kimbo Slice's Net Worth is $1 Million
In 2005, Slice began preparing in combative techniques at the Freestyle Fighting Academy under Marcos Avellan and David Avellan. At, to begin with, Slice was preparing solely for road boxing, concentrating on uncovered knuckle strategies, messy boxing from the secure, and elbows – yet then he started to build up an enthusiasm for MMA. Slice marked to make his MMA make a big appearance against previous WBO Heavyweight champion and Olympic gold-medalist boxer Ray Mercer at Cage Fury Fighting Championships 5, in Atlantic City on June 23, 2007. A month preceding the battle, Slice exchanged camps and was prepared by resigned MMA warrior Bas Rutten and boxing teacher Randy Khatami at Rutten’s school, EliteMMA, in Thousand Oaks, California.
On February 16, 2008, Slice battled Tank Abbott in the headliner at EliteXC: Street Certified. He won by KO 43 seconds into the first round because of strikes. At the battle, his weight was reported at an unequaled low of 234 lb (106 kg), long ways from his road battling days of 280 lb (130 kg).
On January 16, 2015, about a long time since his last MMA battle, Bellator MMA reported that Slice had marked a multi-battle bargain. He crushed Ken Shamrock by first-round TKO in his June 19 make a big appearance at Bellator 138. A few spectators noticed the battle gave off an impression of being settled, similar to an expert wrestling match. Bellator observer Jimmy Smith authorize the battle looking as it did to Shamrock’s absence of procedure and toughness, and said on the off chance that it was settled, Bellator wasn’t in on the arrangement.
On February 19, 2016, at Bellator 149, Slice confronted Dada 5000. The pair had a major contention between them because of their old road battle inheritances they had in Perrine, Florida. After a forward and backward battle, Slice won the battle by means of TKO when Dada crumbled from evident depletion in the third round. Following the session, it was accounted for that Slice had fizzled his pre-battle tranquilize test. The lab comes about discovered hints of the anabolic steroid nandrolone. He was additionally found to have a raised testosterone/epitestosterone (T/E) proportion of 6.4:1, which is over the greatest permitted the farthest point of 4:1. On May 2, 2016, it was uncovered that Slice had settled with the Texas Athletic Commission with a fine of $2,500 and a renouncing of his permit in the territory of Texas. The consequence of the session has additionally been changed to a no challenge. Regardless of being generally panned by pundits, the battle pulled in roughly 2.5 million review family units, breaking the Bellator record of 2.4 million, set by Kimbo versus Shamrock.
In April 2016, Bellator President Scott Coker declared on ESPN’s SportsCenter that Slice would have a rematch against James Thompson in the headliner of Bellator 158, which would happen on July 16, 2016, at London’s O2 Arena. Slice passed on of heart disappointment before this battle could happen.
On June 5, 2016, Slice was admitted to a healing center close to his home in Coral Springs, Florida. He kicked the bucket of heart disappointment a brief timeframe later, after a mass on his liver was additionally analyzed. Scott Coker, CEO of Bellator MMA, stated: “We are altogether stunned and disheartened by the staggering and awkward loss of Kimbo Slice, a darling individual from the Bellator family.
Kimbo Slice Biography
Kevin Ferguson February 8, 1974 – June 6, 2016, in Nassau, Bahamas. otherwise called Kimbo Slice, was a Bahamian-conceived American blended military craftsman, boxer, wrestler and infrequent on-screen character. He wound up plainly noted for shared battle road battles which were spread over the Internet, driving Rolling Stone to call him “The King of the Web Brawlers
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