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MIAMI — Internet fighting sensation, Kimbo Slice knocked out his opponent James Wade in 17 seconds in a fight in Miami, Oklahoma last week.

Slice came to fame after his recorded streetfights went viral on the internet.

He briefly attempted to be a UFC fighter, but lost his first fight.

The Huffington Post reports:

Slice landed a sledgehammer uppercut that knocked Wade out cold just 17 seconds into their bout in Miami, Oklahoma. Although the middle-aged Wade had only a single fight, which he lost, on his professional resume, the punching power displayed by Slice makes it seem like he’s got a chance to make some noise in the heavyweight division.

Read More At The Huffington Post

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