An addendum to the previous post. Indra writes: In personal experience, I have also noticed that these negrophiles have no athletic history. White athletes, especially from combat-related sports like wrestling or football, quickly realize that you cannot judge a book by its cover, and that blacks with visually impressive muscularity are often NOT that powerful or effective in competition.
In terms of external appearance, Kimbo Slice is undoubtedly in the 99th percentile of scary-looking negritude. Using Guy White logic it's obvious he's the greatest fighter of all time. With no hint of irony, (middle-aged, Jewish nerd) Mencius Moldbug describes Kimbo as "built to win".
Unfortunately for the logic of Guy White and Mencius Moldbug, the Kimbo hype train had already been repeatedly derailed by the time Mencius hopped aboard (continue reading).
Kimbo's notoriety stems from a backyard fight video posted on a website owned by his employer (Kimbo worked as a limo driver for a Miami pornographer) and subsequent videos aimed at capitalizing on the popularity of the first video by pitting Kimbo against ever bigger scrubs in locations such as boatyards.
With Kimbo hype running wild on the internets, overweight, white police officer Sean Gannon challenged Kimbo and a fight was arranged. This being the first videotaped fight in which Kimbo faced a competent boxer, Kimbo lost. But Guy White logic being what it is, the Kimbo hype was only beginning.
Kimbo commenced a Mixed Martial Arts career with a series of fights against no-name and washed-up opponents. With two professional fights under his belt, Kimbo was made the headliner on the first MMA card aired in primetime on American network television. CBS marketing of EliteXC took Kimbo hype to new levels. With the help of some controversial reffing, Kimbo made it past his CBS debut. In his next outing, however, his handpicked opponent was forced to withdraw, and Kimbo was left facing pudgy, light heavyweight UFC washout Seth Petruzelli, who dropped him with a jab, defeating Kimbo at 0:14 of the first round. Their overhyped fighter exposed, EliteXC crumbled a short time later (it did not help that Petruzelli intimated he had been paid to stand with Kimbo). UFC president Dana White had this to say:
Yet upon signing Kimbo to appear on the UFC's reality show, Dana White himself entered the Kimbo Slice hype game, and marketing for Season 10 of The Ultimate Fighter centered around Kimbo. No one who knows anything about MMA was surprised when Kimbo lost his fight on the show. To this guy:
Dana White, however, relying on the heavily-marketed ghetto clown for ratings, sulked, and the show continued to milk Kimbo hype with teasers hinting at a return. But when given the chance at another fight on the show, Kimbo declined. Nonetheless, Kimbo received a UFC contract.
Incidentally, here is the actual greatest MMA fighter in the world.