Bob Sapp might be the most embarrassing combat sports participant in history. If aliens visited earth after our civilization was long gone and they found a video of him fighting in the last five years I would feel ashamed that cowardice and dishonesty would be our legacy. He has taken more dives than a … Read more
We saw super heavyweight fighter and pro wrestler Bob Sapp pick up a rare win at Rizin’s New Year’s Eve show with a decision over Akebono. For this Flashback Friday let’s look back to a strange verbal sparring match he had in 2012 against well-known pro wrestling fan turned MMA media mogul, Ariel Helwani, who may be a lightweight in … Read more
King Mo! Woah. The self-proclaimed “money weight” fighter entered the RIZIN FF Heavyweight Grand Prix against very large men with giant muscles, including the 6-foot 4-inch Jiri Prochazka who Mo knocked out in the finals with a vicious right hook that sent the Czech fighter face-first to the canvas. Take a look. 1st Round K.O on … Read more
It was freakshow central at the RIZIN weigh-ins in Saitama, Japan on Wednesday as Bob Sapp and Akebono Taro put on a little pre-fight scuffle show for the Japanese fans. The two first fought in K-1 back in 2003 and Sapp knocked Akebono out. Since then, both guys have had what can only be described as … Read more
Bob Sapp is a freak show of a man. He was a favorite overseas because he was hulking, likable, and bull rushed his opponents at the sound of the first bell. BUT…. He is an embarrassingly dismal 1-13 in his last 14 fights. His lone victory came via doctor stoppage when Tofan Pirani injured himself kicking … Read more
Fresh off a first round beatdown of super heavyweight punching bag Bob Sapp in May, Alexander Emelianenko returned to action on July 4 with his own brand of fisticuff fireworks. Alex took on Brazilian striker Jose Rodrigo “Dragao” Guelke (15-10) at “ProFC 49: Resurrection” in Khimiki, Russia and used his trademark boxing to stop Guelke about midway through the opening round.
Pride veteran Bob “The Beast” Sapp was a recent guest on “The MMA Hour” with Ariel Helwani. Helwani put the big guy on blast about his seeming willingness to lay down in fights time after time. Now Sapp has fired back in a series of slickly produced videos that must be seen to be believed.
Bob Sapp fought in Australia yesterday, just six days after a 40 second loss to Mariusz Pudzianowski (4-2) at KSW at Atlas Arena in Lodz, Poland. His loss to Pudzianowski was his sixth loss in a row and his 10th first round loss in his last 12 fights. His bout in Australia was for the Cage Fighting Championship organization and “The Beast” faced off against Soa Palelei (17 – 3).