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Kimbo Slice Defeated by Caterpillar in 14 Seconds

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Last night, Kimbo Slice made his debut in the Random Things Fighting Against Each Other to Advertise Other Things League against a Caterpillar. The Caterpillar defeated Slice by technical slicing-his-arm-off-with-laser-vision knockout 14 seconds into the first round of the bout.

"The promoters kinda hinted to me and they gave me the money to stand and throw with him; they didn't want me to take him down. Let's just put it that way," Slice said.

Hey, whatever. Advertising campaigns are actually a big step up for Slice, and he'll continue his fight to stay relevant tomorrow night when Season 10 of The Ultimate Fighter premieres on Spike. [via Videogum]

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