Mike Glenn makes the switch from MMA to boxing later this month in a bit to halt Kimbo Slice's assault on the pro rankings and make a name for himself as a pugilist.
Glenn, 34, makes his boxing debut on the night after an extensive career in Mixed Martial Arts and is widely thought to be Kimbo's toughest test yet since turning professional in August last year.
The unbeaten Slice (3-0, 2 KO's) will make his fourth appearance in the boxing ring on the March 24th date at the O’Reilly Center in Springfield, Missouri in a rescheduled bout named 'Fight Night Returns.'
Slice, real name Kevin Ferguson, scored two spectacular first round knockout wins before he was taken the distance in a laboured performance against a game Charles Hackmann in December.
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