Do we have the next Kimbo Slice on our hands? Mayura Dissanayake, also known as the "Karate Clerk" or simply "Gas Station Guy," made headlines around the nation and globe in July when he used his MMA training to fight off a group ofShow More Summary
In the age of the internet, amazing music has never been more accessible. Today, you can stream full unreleased albums by Aphex Twin. You can watch live performances and interviews from unimpeachable artists like Sonic Youth or Chuck Berry or Lou Reed. Show More Summary
I swear I'm not making this up. Bellator MMA... the gift that keeps on giving. Former EliteXC heavyweight-turned The Ultimate Fighter (TUF) 10 contestant, Kevin Ferguson, was recently approached by Bellator MMA with an "informal" offer...Show More Summary
(I only chose this photo to enrage you further. / Props: hiphopnews24-7) Twitter erupted today with spontaneous, unsubstantiated rumors that Kimbo Slice — yes, the former King of the Web Brawlers and occasional boxer — is in the process of signing with Bellator. Show More Summary
For all the Kimbo Slices and James Toneys of the UFC, there will always be Brock Lesnar: the circus experiment that went right. In the world of professional wrestling, Lesnar was known as “The Next Big Thing,” a fairly elementary moniker...Show More Summary
(This was a real thing. / Photo via Getty) By CagePotato.com Staff 1. A Paul Buentello post-fight speech. 2. Anything Kimbo Slice related. 3. A James Toney promo. 4. Nick Serra's butt-scoots. 5. Fedor vs. Lesnar discussions. 6. Tim Sylvia. 7. Strikeforce vs. UFC debates. 8. PRIDE vs. UFC debates.
Watch as the Strange Music group prepare Kimbo Slice and Ray Fernandez to fight one another in their latest video.
Kimbo Slice stars in the new video for ¡MAYDAY!’s Believers cut “Last One Standing” featuring Tech. Previously: Tech N9ne ft. Kendrick Lamar, ¡MAYDAY! & Kendall Morgan – Fragile
UFC Fight Night 29 was an interesting event for many of the wrong reasons. Demian Maia's loss to Jake Shields threw the welterweight division further down the path of confusion, Thiago Silva and Matt Hamill re-enacted Kimbo Slice versus...Show More Summary
Found on AskReddit 1. Murkantilism A guy at work stood up at his cubicle, raised his keyboard over his head with both hands, and yelled “KIMBO SLICE MUTHA FUCKAAA!!!” and smashed it on the cubicle divider 5 or 6 times…
As much as some of us have laughed at the idea of Tito Ortiz and Quentin “Rampage” Jackson headlining Bellator’s debut PPV in November, I think most of us are still going to watch with the expectations that we’re going to get 100% effort from both guys and that may lead to a great fight. Show More Summary
Kimbo Slice -- the real-life street fighter who became a cyber-punching superstar -- tells TMZ... he's gearing up for another brawl in November... and he's gunning for BUTTERBEAN. 39-year-old Slice was in Calabasas on Tuesday when we asked about…
If you thought the proposed boxing match between former Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Light Heavyweight champion Quinton Jackson and boxing legend Roy Jones Jr. was just a ruse, think again. Even though "Rampage" signed on the...Show More Summary
In the early part of 2008, mixed martial arts (MMA) was suffering from an identity crisis. Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) was ahead of the pack, but faced competition from Kimbo Slice and EliteXC, who managed to capture the mainstream audience with record-setting ratings on CBS. Show More Summary
Remember all of the hype surrounding Kimbo Slice's debut in an organized MMA event? He made himself quite popular by beating up random guys on the I nternet in unorganized, all-out brawls. But when he debuted as part of the now-defunct Elite XC promotion, Slice was beaten senseless by an unknown named Seth Petruzelli. Show More Summary
The fight game is an odd thing. Only in the world of combative sport could a fighter like Kimbo Slice—a rank amateur in nearly all areas—take a losing effort in a Youtube video and turn that into a career in professional MMA, spin that...Show More Summary
(Just like his mentor Kimbo Slice, Ray would find himself knocked out by the much smaller man when all was said and done.) When the list of Strikeforce fighters headed to the UFC was first made available to the public, the most glaring...Show More Summary
At the age of 38, Kimbo Slice probably won’t be making an ascent to the top of the boxing world’s heavyweight class, but his 7-0 record since making his professional debut back in May 2011 is impressive, nonetheless–at least, it is if you refuse to acknowledge the fact that each of those victories came against [...]
Kimbo Slice is still the man. Despite unrealistically high expectations leading into, and following, his stint on season 10 of The Ultimate Fighter, Slice is still fighting, and he is still finding success. After deciding he only wanted...Show More Summary
He's not invincible!