September 16, 2009 at 12:48 am
I hope Kimbo gets KTFO and doesnt make it to the UFC, while he would be entertaining to watch it would be bad for the sport but if he earns his way through then there isnt much anbody including myself could say against him.
September 16, 2009 at 2:58 am
Unless he picked up some new skills. I don't think this Kimbo can fight. I am no fighter but I enjoy sub mission wrestling and I'd see his fights and believe I could tap this guy out. Once again, its a sport I do for recreation. I am no where near the level of a good cage fighter but Kimbo was that bad on the ground. He looks like a fish out of water on the mat.
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