Former UFC fighter Kimbo Slice continues to fight cans in the boxing world, and upped his record to 6-0 with a win over Howard Jones on the weekend. Check out the video here.
Kimbo Slice was at it again over the weekend. Slice once drew big ratings on CBS against James Thompson and starred in the highest-rated season of The Ultimate Fighter back in the day, but a loss to Matt Mitrione at UFC 112 set him packing from the UFC, and from the sport of MMA. The 38-year-old former streetfighter is now trying to put together a boxing career, and has been competing against a short line of questionable talent over the past couple years. He is usually matched against undersized opponents, ones that even have to wear ankle weights to make the minimum heavyweight limit just to get in the ring with Slice.
This time it was a bigger guy named Howard Jones (5-4), loser of four straight fights, all by knockout. Shockingly, Slice knocked him out in just 47 seconds. You can check the video above if you give a damn. Frankly, I don't blame you if you don't.