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Kimbo Slice rallies to victory at Bellator 138

Bellator 138: Unfinished Business took place on Friday, June 19, 2015 at the Scottrade Center in St. Louis, Missouri.

Kimbo Slice (5-2), is currently on a one-fight winning streak. In his last six bouts, he beat David Abbott in February of 2008 by first-round knockout then James Thompson in May of 2008 by third-round TKO, but then lost to Seth Petruzelli in October of 2008 by first-round TKO. He made his UFC debut at TUF 10 in December of 2009 when he beat Houston Alexander by unanimous decision. In his second UFC fight and his last bout prior to Bellator 138, he lost to Matt Mitrione at UFC 133 by second-round TKO. He knocked out Ken Shamrock in the first round at Bellator 138.

Here is the play-by-play from this fight:

Ken Shamrock (29-15-2), is currently on a one-fight losing streak. In his last six bouts, he’s 3-3. He lost to Robert Better in March of 2008 by first-round knockout, but then rebounded with a first-round armbar win over Ross Clifton in February of 2009. He then went 1-2 in his next two bouts with a loss to Pedro Risso in July of 2010 by first-round TKO, he beat Johnathan Ivey in October of 2010 by unanimous decision. He then lost to Mike Bourke in November of 2010 by first-round TKO. He was knocked out by Kimbo Slice at Bellator 138 in the first round.

Round 1: Shamrock shot in on a double-leg, Slice stuffed it and they clinched. Shamrock with a trip takedown, but Slice right back up. They clinch for a while with the fans booing. They break things up. Shamrock shot in and got a single leg. Shamrock got the back of Slice, he looks for a choke. He got it, but couldn’t have Slice tap. This leads to Slice getting to his feet, he blitzed Shamrock and finished him on the feet.

Result: Kimbo Slice def. Ken Shamrock via TKO (punches) – Round 1, 2:22

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