I don't have any problem with Mr.Slice himself, I just don't like the way that the UFC is using him for hype. Dana White always has different efforts with beefing up the records of TUF fighters, Kimbo is a very well known name and I think they are using him to pull in new viewers, and honestly I think the UFC wants him to lose to someone else on the show, as it will hype up the other fighters in the house. In my mind this is similar to how the just UFC took back Frank Trigg(upcoming fight against Josh Koshcheck) and Phil Barroni(upcoming fight against Amir Sadollah) to set them up against previous TUF fighters, as they are relatively well known names who competed in other leagues, that will look good in the win column of any TUF alumni. Also half the fun of the TUF shows for me is getting to see the up and coming talent of that division, Slice just feels a bit too gimmicky for me. Let's not forget that the UFC, just like the WBA, IBF, etc, is a promotional organization, first and foremost. That's what they do. Despite what so many of us would love, this is not a "pure" sport, in that there is no bracketed or criterion-driven means of selection. The same applies to TUF. I don't mind the way they're doing it because they're not hyping him as being great or a leader, just an "internet phenom" or "internet sensation" (or whatever it was), which is true. They'll hook interested viewers in, and Slice will get beaten early...all the while, we'll see the new talent.