By CHRIS HOWIE
MMANEWS.COM Staff Writer
Kimbo Slice may have been cut from the biggest mixed martial arts promotion in the world following a convincing loss to Matt Mitirone at UFC 113 in May but that doesn't mean the internet fighting legend won't be returning to action.
“We're working on that now, my man” Kimbo's manager “Icy” Mike Imber told MMANews.com last night when contacted by text message.
Slice, who holds a 4-2 MMA record (1-1, UFC), could return this fall according to Imber “He could be back in the ring or cage by October or November. We have offers on the table.”
When asked if the ring or cage could mean a fight overseas in Japan, Imber replied “It's possible, they have been calling.”
There had been rumors that Slice could possibly fight Mariusz Pudzianowski at the rumored second Moosin MMA but those were shot down almost immediately after they started.
Although it is up in the air where Slice could next fight, fans are clamoring to see his return to action and whichever promotion does happen to land the star of two of the most watched fights in the USA, dollar signs will be lighting they're eyes.