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The Tomatometer is 60% or higher.
The Tomatometer is 59% or lower.
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One of the most feared and respected Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) fighters in the United States, Kevin Ferguson is perhaps better known by his stage name of Kimbo Slice. Born in Nassau, Bahamas, Ferguson grew up in Florida. He attended Miami Palmetto High School, where he played varsity football, then parlayed his hulking, barrel-chested frame into a successful career as a bodyguard and bouncer at several companies, most notably the Florida-based Internet porn conglomerate RK Netmedia. The said outfit learned of Ferguson's after-hours participation, for cash, in local street brawls, which inspired the company to begin filming Ferguson's fights and disseminate them online, imparting him with the stage name of Kimbo Slice. Slice's reputation as a seemingly indomitable brawler grew via the Internet, and his popularity spread like wildfire -- encouraging him to formally train in Mixed Martial Arts under the aegis of underworld fighting coach Bas Rutten. Slice subsequently fought for such MMA organizations as the EliteXC and the CFFC (Cage Fury Fighting Championships). Cinematically, Ferguson landed a role in director Ben Ramsey's 2008 martial arts saga Blood and Bone.