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Two guys try to take Kimbo Slice's hardest Charlie horse punch

The TV hostess makes a deal with two local guys to let her “little friend” come and Charley Horse them both for $100 cash.
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When Kimbo Slice wasn’t fighting Big D, Adryan or Afro Puff in the boat yards of Florida or delivering crushing knockouts of Tank Abbott in the mixed martial arts cage, Kimbo Slice spent his spare time helping people in the community earn a little bit of extra money.

Appearing on an episode for the website Money talks, the hostess makes a deal with two local guys to let her “little friend” come and Charley Horse them both, with each of them earning $100 cash for their efforts.

Two guys try to take Kimbo Slice's hardest Charlie horse punch

Two guys try to take Kimbo Slice's hardest Charlie horse punch

If you’re not familiar with the term, it is defined as the following:

“Charley horse is a popular colloquial term for painful spasms or cramps in the leg muscles caused by a punch or knee to the thigh, typically lasting anywhere from a few seconds to about a day.” [Source]

After accepting the challenge, they come to find out that the “little friend” is none other than streetfighting legend Kimbo Slice. Now feeling some slight trepidation, they decide to go ahead, and Kimbo proceeds to administer some hooks to their legs. The end result is pain, but $100 well earnt ... right?

About Kimbo Slice:
Kevin Ferguson (born February 8, 1974), better known as Kimbo Slice, is a Bahamian-born American boxer, mixed martial artist, and occasional actor. He became famous for mutual combat street fights which were spread across the Internet, leading Rolling Stone to call him "The King of the Web Brawlers."

Slice left the underground fighting scene and signed a professional contract with EliteXC in 2007. Slice competed also in The Ultimate Fighter: Heavyweights and subsequently had a two-fight stint in the Ultimate Fighting Championship. He also boxed professionally. And he was singed with Bellator MMA at the time of his passing. On June 6, 2016, Kimbo Slice died of heart failure. A gentleman to the very same degree he is tough, Kimbo Slice will never be forgotten.

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