Kimbo Slice has been diced out of the UFC.
Ultimate Fighting Championship President Dana White confirmed to the Los Angeles Times that the popular MMA fighter was cut by the organization. The news comes a day after Slice lost in a second-round TKO to former NFL lineman Matt Mitrione at UFC 113.
The move wasn't a surprise after remarks from White following the bout on Saturday night.
"That's probably Kimbo's last fight in the UFC," White said. "I got nothing but respect for him."
Slice, whose real name is Kevin Ferguson, first gained attention when clips of him street fighting hit the Internet. He was signed by EliteXC in 2007 and fought for the organization until it declared bankrupcy in 2008.
He also made an appearance on UFC's "The Ultimate Fighter: Heavyweight" reality show.
Slice won in his debut with the UFC at The Ultimate Fighter: Heavyweights Finale in a 215 lb. catchweight battle against Houston Alexander. His second UFC fight was Saturday's loss to Mitrione. It was his first -- and only -- heavyweight fight in the UFC.