Kimbo Slice Street Fights which caused a huge uproar for all the underground, street fighting enthusiasts on YouTube is what put this excellent athlete on the map. After his friend Mike Imber (now his manager) splashed all the ass kicking fights online, Kimbo Slice became almost instantly famous and well known in the industry. Soon after he moved on to MMA Fighting and now he’s a professional, heavy weight boxer with three wins in a roll and an upcoming fight with the legendary Robert Bruce.
Under the management Icey Mike Imber, Kimbo Slice has been able to make his wildest dreams a reality. But I’m sure he’ll never forget, no matter how much fame and wealth he gains that ultimately,Kimbo Slice Street Fights were what started to shape this wonderful and successful career that has unveiled right before him. If you’ve never seen Kimbo Slice Street Fights, you best catch up on the action. They’re all well documented on YouTube.
Kimbo Slice & Mike Imber once again embark on another fight. This time around is all for a noble cause. The team Kimbo Slice (Professional Boxer) & Mike Imber (Promoter/Manager & Friend of Slice) are in the fight against Autism, a disorder that affects thousands of children nationwide.
Mike Imber is already part of a number of charities but as of lately, he and is client/friend, Kimbo Slice have become an addition in advocating awareness on Autism. Autism is a pricey treatment for those who are affected by this disorder and deserves much more research since it has no cure and no definitive answer as to where this disorder stems from.
Kimbo Slice & Mike Imber are well known and with their influence, surely this will race the bar on the awareness on this disorder. Kimbo Slice hopes to be able to reach and raise awareness to a younger demographic as well, as to connect with the Urban/Hip-Hop culture. I’m sure all efforts on this cause put by Kimbo and “Icey” Mike Imber will be of substance and in turn helping in the fight against Autism.
These guys have proven to be a great team in which collaborations together can make a difference for the better. It is absolutely touching that these guys are partaking in such an important cause despite the the very busy year that lays ahead of them. I suppose they know that it’s always great to give back..especially being that Kimbo Slice is the father of 6 healthy children. He must feel very blessed and wants other parents to feel equally as blessed, even if its with better treatment that will improve their child’s quality of life. Tune into Kimbo305.com and find out more on Kimbo Slice & Mike Imber In Fight Against Autism.
Kimbo Slice sure has a great support group as they root for his success and help him train and all the work that entails to being a professional boxer. “Team Kimbo,” Kimbo Slice’s entourage alongside his manager Icey Mike Kimber have seen him through all his Street Fights, MMA Fights and now as a professional heavy weight boxer, at 6’2 and 225 pounds of knuckle power.
Icey Mike Kimberold pal and manager of “Slice” has made sure that he’s getting well trained and provided for as he prepares for his next fight on February 11, 2012. You can bet that all of “Team Kimbo” and Icey Mike Imber will be right by his side as he comes face to face to his greatest opponent ever, Robert Bruce. This dude has never lost a fight, but that impeccable record might just take a dive on February 11, 2012 when both boxers meet at the ring.
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Kimbo Slice the YouTube, street fighting sensation has come a long way since his days as a viral YouTube, Miami-street fighting hero. He’s now a professional, heavy weight boxer, under the careful management of old buddy, Icey Mike Imber. They both grew up in Miami and have been friends since their school days. They managed to stay in contact and after Mike Imber ran into “Slice” while he was working as a bouncer at a strip club…
Mike Imber was the one who caught his street fights-often held in backyards and video taped them, later, splashing them all over YouTube. Kimbo Slice became a house hold name for all the underground, street fighting enthusiasts in Miami and nationwide. Since then, Mike Imber has been architecting Kimbo’s career with precise moves, until he became a professional, heavy weight boxer, who happens to be training in Miami as he prepares for his next professional boxing match on February 11, 2012. It is safe to say that Kimbo Slice has a come a long way since his “Kimbo Slice Youtube” days.