"Kimbo Slice" scores "The Ultimate Fighter 10" slot


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Damo R.
One of THE MOST dirtiest cuts I've ever seen. That Abe guy gave a pint of blood to the ring.

And lol at the ending segment, looks like there's going to be some real heavy stuff going on in the series.

Yeah man I cringed at the end you could see the bone :|

lmao at Rampage in future episode smashing the door in...I really don't like Rashad Evans and Kimbo isn't going to do well I feel.

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TheElite

LOL, yeah, that's exactly what I felt aswell when I saw the door taking a beating. Something BIG must've happened to cause that. Rampage does flip his lid sometimes. Did you see him shout at the end of the fight and leave? LOL. "We're not gonna touch gloves again, alright..." :laugh:

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Yeah man I cringed at the end you could see the bone :|

lmao at Rampage in future episode smashing the door in...I really don't like Rashad Evans and Kimbo isn't going to do well I feel.

You're delusional if you think he's not going to get a UFC contract regardless of how he does on the show.

He has to win his first fight, sure, but after that, no matter what he does he's getting in.

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Damo R.
You're delusional if you think he's not going to get a UFC contract regardless of how he does on the show.

He has to win his first fight, sure, but after that, no matter what he does he's getting in.

Yeah I know that I didn't say he wasn't going to get a contract just not do well on the show, he might stun me but I just feel everyone else is alot better skills set wise.

LOL, yeah, that's exactly what I felt aswell when I saw the door taking a beating. Something BIG must've happened to cause that. Rampage does flip his lid sometimes. Did you see him shout at the end of the fight and leave? LOL. "We're not gonna touch gloves again, alright..." :laugh:

haha yeah Abe just got taken down everytime...the blood though was crazy :|

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TheElite

I still say that Kimbo may have the best stand-up. He is probably the most experienced in that regard. If it goes to the ground, let's see if he tries to pull a Brock.

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Googintosh
The rules are what makes a difference.

I doubt very seriously that any of these guys would take a fight with Kimbo outside the ring.

What does this mean? I wouldn't say Kimbo is overrated or that he sucks... he's just not

ready for rules matches. But he IS a badass.

"The rules are what makes a difference."

Do you mean Kimbo Slice's specific street fighting rules? Only stand-up punching was allowed. No submissions, no grappling, no kicks or knees or elbows.

"he's just not ready for rules matches"

Or do you mean no rules whatsoever? Kimbo's street fights had restrictive rules, see above. As a striker who predominately punches, Kimbo would want to keep a fight standing, with grappling to a minimum. Rules if anything are helpful to Kimbo Slice. I strongly suspect no rules would favor a well-rounded mixed martial artist. For example there would be no restriction from kneeing/kicking to the head of a grounded opponent, ie repeated knees to the head in a side mount.

That said, Kimbo Slice seems like a modest man, I hope he does well on TUF.

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TheElite

I'm shocked! I was sure Wes Shivers would win the fight. I had convinced myself right up to the time the decision was made. I mean, he had more take-downs, more chances of being on-top, more attempted submissions, more powerful punches. The other guy only kicked more. So what if Shivers got tired. Both were tired. The judges are stupid.

KIMBOOOOOOOO NEXT WEEK!!!!!!!!!!!! Roy Nelson is good, but Kimbo maybe better.

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Damo R.

I forgot this was on so read the read up on mmajunkie...but next weeks sounds insane...it's kimbo time!

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TheElite

Damn, I've just been reading some sites and it looks like I'm not the only person that thought the judges were asleep in this last fight.

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Damo R.

Tonight!

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HardSide

Wait he lost, and he still allowed to be in Ultimate Fighter. WTF

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Damo R.

oh Kimbo you lost as predicted by Lyles isn't there an injury that allows Kimbo back in?

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jonhapimp
Wait he lost, and he still allowed to be in Ultimate Fighter. WTF

it's all about the Money

Kimbo= more money for Ultimate Fghter

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iamwhoiam

A bit off topic, but I really hope Symantec paid him a lot to do the lame stupid ass Norton 2010 commercials.. Better than Dokken and the chicken though.

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Damo R.

MMAjunkie.com (www.mmajunkie.com) has learned from sources close to the situation that Kevin "Kimbo Slice" Ferguson is likely to fight on the live finale of this season's "The Ultimate Fighter 10."

Slice revealed in a media call earlier this week that he was preparing for a December contest, and while a brief exchange led many to believe that bout would take place at UFC 107, MMAjunkie.com has learned that to be unlikely.

The Ultimate Fighter 10 Live Finale is scheduled for Dec. 5 at The Palms Casino Resort in Las Vegas.

While sources indicated Slice was likely to appear on the evening's card, what's still unclear (and of course, required by all with direct knowledge to stay under wraps) is how Slice makes it to the final show.

Slice was defeated by former IFL heavyweight champion Roy Nelson via second-round TKO in Episode No. 3, which debuted on Wednesday night. While that loss eliminated Slice from immediate contention, UFC president Dana White reminded all viewers that an injury to another competitor could easily put the former streetfighter right back into the mix.

Spike TV's production of the Episode No. 4 preview also fed into that theory as Slice's fellow Team Rampage fighter and new friend Marcus Jones was seen struggling to deal with a knee injury that was first shown in last night's episode.

Of course, the live finale does not consist solely of tournament finalists, and Slice could simply be asked back as a participant in one of the remaining bouts on the card.

While it is unknown whether Slice's potential Dec. 5 bout is planned for the evening's main or preliminary card, the ratings success of this season's show ? spurred primarily on by the former EliteXC star ? would seem to dictate a television slot is likely.

MMA Junkie

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Andrew Lyle

Heh, so Kimbo will be back on the show, thats good :D

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TheElite

I'm a bit gutted man. Kimbo had the standup to win but the ground-game to lose.

I mean, I would have done more work than he was doing whilst underneath a big man's belly.

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iamawesomewicked

Kimbo still sucks.. he should give up MMA and go back to street fighting on youtube.. what a joke.

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+trag3dy

It looked like the fight was stopped out of boredom more than anything else. Pretty unimpressive "victory" tbh.

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Damo R.

Rashad has a new opponent now!

With Quinton "Rampage" Jackson withdrawing from a December contest with Rashad Evans (13-1-1 MMA, 8-1-1 UFC) to pursue an acting role, "Sugar's" next move has been uncertain for several weeks.

That period is over.

MMAjunkie.com (www.mmajunkie.com) has learned from sources close to the fighter that Evans and Brazilian Thiago Silva (14-1 MMA, 5-1 UFC) have verbally agreed to meet in the co-main event of UFC 108.

Evans first mentioned the possibility of the contest to AOL FanHouse in September, citing a brief exchange of glances at UFC 102 in Portland, Ore., as the genesis for the contest.

"Thiago Silva is a good fighter; I'd like to fight him and I think he wants to fight me," Evans told AOL FanHouse. "When I saw him after he fought Keith Jardine, he kind of gave me a nasty look that I interpreted like he wanted to take me on, and I'd like that."

Evans' wishes will now apparently become reality, and bout agreements are expected to be finalized shortly.

Evans seeks to rebound from the first loss of his five-plus-year career. The 30-year-old lost the UFC's light heavyweight title in May when Lyoto Machida dropped him in the second round of their UFC 98 main-event contest.

Silva also recently suffered the lone loss of his career to Machida. After suffering a first-round knockout to "The Dragon" in January, Silva has since bounced back with a TKO win over Keith Jardine at UFC 102.

UFC 108 is scheduled for Jan. 2 at MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas and is expected to feature a main event between current UFC middleweight champion Anderson Silva and challenger Vitor Belfort.

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Lovell
It looked like the fight was stopped out of boredom more than anything else. Pretty unimpressive "victory" tbh.

So? why should he go all out to win and get banged up doing so when he's got more fights after? they have a lot of fights in a shorter period of time then their used to, you win while receiving as little damage as possible so you will be fine in your next fight.

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rathefeare
It looked like the fight was stopped out of boredom more than anything else. Pretty unimpressive "victory" tbh.

I don't know. Roy took him down almost at will and once he had him there he was able to pass guard (what guard?) very quickly and get to a dominant position. Kimbo was totally useless on the ground. If it was unimpressive blame Kimbo for not putting up a better fight not Roy. Roy Nelson did everything he had to win.

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I just said it was an unimpressive win for how he reacted after it. I'm not disagreeing about Kimbo. Once he was on the ground it was game over. As Dana White said though, Roy wasn't really hitting Kimbo that hard and he wasn't bleeding at all. It was just an overall boring fight.

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TheElite

Rashad was right man. Rampage should have consoled his man after the fight. He was just left in the ring alone.

Evans does talk sense sometimes.

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