Dawg Fight 2015 Full Documentary
Renowned street fighter and star of the highly acclaimed 2015 documentary Dawg Fight, Dada 5000. Faces former friend and now bitter rival Kimbo Slice at Bellator 149 in February. We will be releasing our fascinating two-part interview with him too soon where we find out a lot more about the street fighter and promoter, turned MMA fighter.
His past, present and about being a product of his environment, West Perrine, Florida. A suburban ghetto in Southwest Miami-Dade County. Over 73% of its residents are African-American and more than a third of them are unemployed. Violent crimes occur on a daily basis in this neighbourhood of less than two square miles, where much of its adult male population winds up dead or in prison before their 30th birthday.
But there is hope in the hood… Dhafir “Dada 5000″ Harris (6’3”, 270lbs, bench presses 670lbs) grew up blocks away from Perrine’s MMA sensation, Kimbo Slice, and spent a year travelling the world as Kimbo’s bodyguard.
When Kimbo’s manager buried video of Dada’s spectacular backyard fight debut, for fear of Dada overshadowing his rising superstar, Dada leaves Kimbo’s crew and makes a life-changing decision: Dada builds a ring in his momma’s backyard and transforms himself into the Don King of illegal backyard fights in Perrine.
No doctors, no ambulance. Just two men in a 12’x12′ ring battling in a savage bare-knuckle fight to the finish. Dada’s gladiators give everything in the backyard to feed their families and to try to fight their way out of the hood. Meanwhile, Dada returns to the ring, is discovered by professional scouts and gets his shot at turning pro in the octagon at the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino.