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Kimbo Slice's Return is Pushed Back To March 24th

By Phil D. Jay

Unbeaten Kimbo Slice (3-0, 2 KO's) will now make his next appearance in the boxing ring on March 24th at the O’Reilly Center in Springfield, Missouri after originally being pencilled in to fight on February 11th.

There had been speculation about the 37 year-old taking on local fighter Robert Bruce (2-0, 2 KO’s) but that rumour was publicly quashed by the promoter and an opponent will be named in the near future.

The card on February 11th will also still go ahead at the venue with an alternative headline fight as AJ Van Camp, Jesse Cook, Orlando Utsey, Steven Kollin and Taylor Faulkner are all scheduled to appear next month.

The mentioned fighters will also appear on the card in late March but will be joined by Jose Gonzalez v Mustafa Johnson, Justin Ridgway v Jody Lee Linithicum and of course, Kimbo tops the bill.

Phil D. Jay covers boxing for worldboxingnews.net

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by NECK SNAPPER on 01-13-2012

What is going on when a fighter almost 40yrs old with 3 fixed fights is getting covered by boxing scene.what a shame.

Comment by Imatroll on 01-12-2012

me and teh homboyz now gots to wait longa, dannng!!! WAR KIMBOOOOO

Comment by heat27 on 01-12-2012

kimbo>>>>floyd

Comment by larryusa on 01-12-2012

3 have tried 3 have failed

Comment by boxingking500 on 01-12-2012

butterbean would ko kimbo in 3....

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