Kimbo bobblehead give away at Bellator 192, Jan. 20 in Los Angeles

Kimbo bobblehead give away at Bellator 192, Jan. 20 in Los Angeles

WHAT: Limited-Edition Kimbo Slice Bobblehead Giveaway

The world lost an icon in June of 2016 with the passing of Kimbo Slice. The unmistakable backyard brawler and mixed martial artist will be commemorated, along with his signature golden smile and chain, with a limited-edition bobblehead.

The giveaway will take place Saturday, Jan. 20, and will be limited to the first 5,000 fans in attendance for Bellator 192: Lima vs. MacDonald at The Forum in Los Angeles.

The bobblehead giveaway is limited to one per person and will only be available to ticketholders upon entry into the arena.

Bobblehead giveaway is exclusively for Bellator 192 ticketholders
Bobbleheads distributed at venue points of entry, only while supplies last at each entry

WHERE: The Forum
3900 W. Manchester Blvd.
Inglewood, Calif. 90305

WHEN: Saturday, January 20

Kimbo Slice (5-2, 1 NC)
A native of the Bahamas, the late Kevin “Kimbo Slice” Ferguson was one of the most recognizable figures in all of combat sports. After making a name for himself in the infamous world of street fighting, where he was labeled “The King of the Web Brawlers” by Rolling Stone, the internet sensation left underground fighting to become a professional mixed martial artist. The street brawler found the same success inside the cage that he had in his backyard in South Florida, collecting victories in each of his first three professional fights. Slice would go onto compete on season 10 of The Ultimate Fighter, where his bout with Roy Nelson on Spike TV set a viewership ratings record for the series that still stands today. Slice also made a flawless transition into professional boxing, where he earned seven consecutive victories. The multi-dimensional mixed martial artist, boxer and actor debuted inside the Bellator cage in 2015, where he collected his final win over Ken Shamrock at Bellator 138. A fan-favorite throughout his career, Slice was known just as much for his entertaining personality and signature look, as he was for his knockout power. Kimbo’s legacy in MMA is carried on by his son, Kevin “Baby Slice” Ferguson Jr.

FIGHT INFO: Bellator 192: Lima vs. MacDonald will be broadcast LIVE and FREE on Paramount Network at 9 p.m. ET/8 p.m. CT, while preliminary action will stream on and the Bellator Mobile App. Tickets for the event are on sale now and can be purchased at, as well as

Updated Bellator 192: MacDonald vs. Lima Fight Card:

Welterweight World Title Main Event: Douglas Lima (29-6) vs. Rory MacDonald (19-4)

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