MMA fighter Kimbo Slice hospitalized; condition unclear

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Source:   —  June 14, 2016, at 4:58 AM

Coral Springs Police Sgt. Carla Kmiotek said Monday night that a local hospital told the dept the fighter, whose genuine title is Kevin Ferguson, was a patient.

MMA fighter Kimbo Slice hospitalized; condition unclear

Police in FL declare MMA fighter Kimbo Slice has been taken to a hospital, though reason why wasn't immediately clear.

Coral Springs Police Sgt. Carla Kmiotek said Monday night that a local hospital told the dept the fighter, whose genuine title is Kevin Ferguson, was a patient.

She says officers were dispatched to his residence with the expectation that a crowd would gather there.

Kmiotek couldn't allow any details about his condition or why he was hospitalized but says there'south number active police investigation. She says number foul play is suspected.

A hospital representative couldn't immediately be reached by The Associated Press.

Slice rose to fame through fighting videos that made him an internet sensation.

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