Kimbo Slice, who once competed in some of the most-watched MMA fights in the history of the sport, weighed in at a Springfield, Mo. Walmart for his latest boxing match against Brian Green.
While his days as one of the most popular fighters in the world have quickly disappeared, Slice was able to remain undefeated in his four-fight boxing career by recording a knockout of Green with only three seconds remaining in their fight on Saturday night.
While scorecards were not made available to the public, many in attendance believe Green was on his way to victory before getting hit with a left uppercut from Slice. Though the punch didn't exactly appear to be a devastating one, there is no further evidence beyond the below video to suggest that the end of the fight was a result of any foul play.
The bout was the first career boxing match for Green, an MMA fighter who had only competed at middleweight or lower prior to his fight with Slice. Green weighed in at 223 pounds for the bout, while Slice tipped the scales at 245.6 pounds.
Needless to say, anything less than a dominant performance was to be considered a failure for Slice in this fight.
By remaining undefeated, the 38-year-old Slice can still draw some attention with a boxing match against the right opponent, but don't expect him to be standing across the ring from the Klitschko brothers anytime soon.
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