A few days prior to his tragic death on Monday night, Kimbo Slice was admitted to a hospital with multiple problems, and he was told he needed a heart transplant.
Ariel Helwani poured out his heart and shared a lot of personal information during Monday’s edition of “The MMA Hour” — his weekly show.
Kimbo Slice became a famous name in sports in one of the most unpredictable, yet totally fitting ways for the 21st century: He was one of the original viral YouTube stars.
The UFC on Monday night relented on its rash decision to revoke the credentials of three members of the website MMAFighting.com and said in a statement the site would be approved for credentials.
Some awful news to report as Kimbo Slice died on Monday night, shortly after being taken to the hospital in Florida. One specific report says Kimbo died of a heart attack.
Here’s something else the UFC can start banning reporters over: CM Punk and Mickey Gall’s fight date reportedly is targeted for UFC 202.
Ariel Helwani’s biggest crime was being too good of a reporter, it seems.
Hours after breaking major UFC news Saturday night, MMAFighting.
The UFC’s habit of bullying reporters and controlling the news took a new twist on Saturday night when MMA reporter Ariel Helwani says he was kicked out of UFC 199 and banned for life.