Video: Kimbo Slice wins boxing match over Charles Hackmann last night (Dec. 30)

Kimbo Slice, who won his third pro boxing match last night (Dec. 30, 2011) in Miami, Oklahoma, over Charles Hackmann.

There was a big fight that went down last night (Fri., Dec. 30, 2011) and I'm not talking about Brock Lesnar getting retired by Alistair Overeem at UFC 141 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

No, I am, of course, speaking of the big Kimbo Slice vs. Charles Hackmann boxing match that was all set to light the world on fire. Or maybe just the Buffalo Run Casino in Miami, Oklahoma.

Kimbo, real name Kevin Ferguson, was expected to blow Hackmann out of the water with yet another first round knockout in what looked like a comical mismatch. But that's not how it went down.

World Boxing News has more:

Slice, who turned pro in August, took the four-rounder 39-37 as his opponent frustrated him and enjoyed a good second round, rocking Slice back on the ropes as he looked tired.

Hackmann failed to land anything substantial in the following rounds but can hold his head up high after becoming the first boxer to go past the first round against the brawler from Miami.

Hackmann, a fitness trainer, will go down in history as just another one of Kimbo's victims but let us all remember his heroic effort and near monumental upset of the street fighting legend.

Watch the video of Slice doing his thing after the jump.

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