The 37-year-old, who became an internet hit with a series of gruesome backyard brawls, is ready to take on all comers as promoter’s Gary Shaw Productions lead him steadily on the heavyweight path.
“I leave all the logistics of my career up to my promoters,” Slice exclusively told World Boxing News.
“I just wanna fight and continue to do what I do. I’m looking forward to my fights in December and February. I can’t wait to get back in the ring.”
Slice is yet to go a full round in his previous two professional bouts against James Wade and Tay Bledsoe following devastating one-punch knockouts of both fighters.
When switching codes, boxers like James Toney and Ray Mercer failed to set the MMA world alight.
Shaw and his team are keen to put Slice through his paces and learn his craft slowly. If boxers fail to go past a single round with the fighting machine, it may be hard to do.
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