So who was his opponent?
It was supposed to be Howard Jones, 5-4, 5 KOs but some in the media list him as "Canny McCann."
Whoever Kimbo fought appeared to be the same breed of fighter he's been fighting... Pathetic.
Last night's chubby-wubby unleashed a few pitiful jabs before being floored by a Kimbo Slice left hook to the body about seven seconds into the bout.
Up at nine, Slice's opponent attempted a few feeble shots before being blasted by a hard Kimbo uppercut that sent the opponent down again. And this time, he didn't beat the count.
According to FightSaga punchstats, Kimbo threw only 5 punches, landing 3. He was 2 for 3 on powershots, recording knockdowns on both power punches he landed.
Last night's bout was seemingly a tune-up for the 38 year old former street fighter and mixed martial artist for a possible bout with Roy Jones (56-8, 40 KO) in December or January in Jamaica or the US.
Jones, who turns 44 in January, started his career as a middleweight and is much smaller than Slice. The boxing legend's prime years were during the 90s and arguably as a super middleweight (168 lbs). To date, he's lost 4 of his last 8 bouts.
Kimbo Slice... He's exciting and naturally powerful if nothing else.