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MONTREAL – Kimbo Slice is never going to win a world jiu-jitsu championship. He's no threat to make an Olympic wrestling team.
He makes his living with his fists and that's probably never going to change.
It would be a mistake, though, to continue to regard the one-time street brawler and YouTube legend as a one-dimensional fighter. He's arguably the most improved athlete in the Ultimate Fighting Championship thanks to the hours of work he's put in with the American Top Team and coach Ricardo Liborio in Florida.
He's the first to admit he's got a long way to go, but he looks more like a fighter even watching him go though a light workout.
Slice, who fights Matt Mitrione, a former cast mate on Season 10 of "The Ultimate Fighter," on Saturday at the Bell Centre on the main card of UFC 113, is getting the kind of coaching now that he'd never received previously.
When he was paired with Houston Alexander in "The Ultimate Fighter" finale inRead More »from Kimbo continues work on his game