After four successful boxing bouts that seen Kevin Ferguson, also known as Kimbo Slice, knocking out all but one of his opponents, the former mixed martial artist picked up his fifth victory inside the squared circle over the weekend in just 36 seconds
His opponent, Jesse Porter, only held a 3-4 professional record and lasted long enough to be knocked out with a right hand moments into the bout. Overall, Ferguson's five opponents' combined record equals five wins and nine losses.
It was his second bout since turning 38 earlier this year, and while his age may have already caught up to him in some ways, he is still staying active in a combat sport and showcasing the KO power that helped him make it into the UFC in 2009.
Ferguson left Mixed Martial Arts with a 4-2 record, having fought in EliteXC, The Ultimate Fighter and twice in the UFC. He went 1-1 in the promotion before being dropped after his loss to Matt Mitrione at UFC 113. His wins include those over Houston Alexander, James Thompson and Tank Abbott.
It has been over two years since Slice was seen fighting in MMA, but he did take quite an amount of publicity with him into the boxing world.
He knocked out James Wade in the first round of his debut bout last year and also had a come-from-behind knockout win in a fight he was losing against Brian Green in March. His other boxing wins are those against Charles Hackmann and Tay Bledsoe.
It's hard to say where he is going with his boxing career, but don't count on his opponents getting any better than this for a while.
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