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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. Slice left the underground fighting scene and signed a professional contract with EliteXC in 2007. Ferguson was raised with his two brothers by mother Rosemary Clarke.

Kimbo Slice Scorpion King 3

Obviously, since the cameo of Slice’s brand new successful film, Scorpion King 3, fans have started to understand he is a real celeb with many talents. Over his career, Kimbo has appeared in over five movies.

Currently, Kimbo Slice’s manager Mr. Imber tells us they have met with Hollywood big shot Kevin Connelly to discuss a film about Slice’s life. The deal is to make the Kimbo bio film into a huge release for fight fans in the US. And so, keep an eye out because the Kimbo Slice movie will be at a the movies by you soon.

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Kimbo Slice
Kimbo Slice
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Kimbo Slice
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Kimbo Slice


He attended Miami Palmetto High School, where he was the star middle linebacker. Kimbo still maintains close ties with Reality Kings who now accompany him, as his fight entourage, under the name Team Kimbo. They were distributed through the Internet, mainly through the adult website SublimeDirectory and YouTube.
Kimbo Slice
Kimbo Slice
Kimbo Slice
Kimbo Slice
Kimbo Slice
Kimbo Slice


Ferguson was born in Nassau, Bahamas, but moved to the United States as a child, growing up in Cutler Ridge, Florida. Ferguson was raised with his two brothers by mother Rosemary Clarke. Kimbo’s cousin is United States judoka Rhadi Ferguson. in 2002, he was charged for carrying a concealed weapon and in 2003, he began his career in unsanctioned street fights. The popularity of the fight propelled both men into the MMA spotlight. On February 16, 2008, Kimbo fought Tank Abbott in the main event at EliteXC: Street Certified. 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). Fellow EliteXC competitor Brett Rogers was particularly critical of Slice’s victory, calling Slice’s performance “garbage” in a post fight interview.