MONTREAL- MAY 8: Kimbo Slice punches Matt Mitrione in their heavyweight bout at UFC 113 at Bell Centre on May 8, 2010 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. (Photo by Richard Wolowicz/Getty Images)
Nick Diaz no-showing his Brazilian jiu-jitsu superfight against Braulio Estima wasn't the only major combat sports related event to take place last night (Sat., May 12, 2012). No, Kimbo Slice also returned to the squared circle for his fifth career boxing match.
And it predictably ended via knockout. Laughably so, even.
Kimbo -- real name Kevin Ferguson --
was fed battled a man named Jesse Porter, which is important only for prosperity's sake. In the event that Slice ever actually competes in a match that isn't designed to get him an easy victory, Porter will be known simply as one of the many cans collected along the way.
Porter was 3-5 entering the bout and was knocked out in just 42 seconds in his last loss. It took Kimbo 36 seconds to dispose of him, which is a minor miracle when you see how little offense the guy had to offer.
Watch the video after the jump. Don't worry, it won't take up too much of your time.
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