Baxter Humby Wins WMC junior middleweight intercontinental belt
Humby Scores First-Round Knockout - Pacific Palisades, CA Patch
Pacific Palisades kickboxing champion Baxter "One-Armed Bandit" Humby was back in the ring Friday night and had one of his most impressive victories by knocking out Switzerland's Zidov Domenik with a kick to the stomach one minute, 40 seconds into the first round in the MuayThai Premier League "Stars and Stripes" event at the Long Beach Pyramid. Born with only half of his right arm (hence the nickname), Humby improved his professional record to 40-8 with 14 knockouts while capturing the WMC junior middleweight intercontinental belt, his 17th title belt (including amateurs). The 38-year-old lives in the Highlands with his wife Sonja and 11-month-old daughter Mila. Patch interviewed Humby before Sunday night's victory party at Tivoli Cafe to get his thoughts on the fight, his future, and his sport.