Bryan “The Beast” Baker set to take on Bellator Fighting Championships middleweight tournament

CHICAGO, Ill. (February 5, 2010) – Bellator Fighting Championships continued to bolster its roster of Season 2 middleweight tournament fighters today with the signing of 11-1 former WEC standout Bryan “The Beast” Baker. The 6-foot, 3-inch-tall Baker will be familiar to many Bellator fans thanks to his dominating victory during a special feature fight at … Read more

Support the stache – Get your very own Dan “The Beast” Severn mustache today!

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51-year-old Dan “The Beast” Severn holds a record of 90-16-7 and has been fighting consistently every year since his first appearance inside the Octagon at UFC 4 in 1994. Not only his he still fighting, he is still winning. The Beast has already fought three times in 2009 going 2-1.

Now you can bring out your inner beast and Join the millions of Dan “The Beast” Severn fans around the world and “Support The Stache!” Severn’s new campaign as he travels around the world still climbing into cages and competing.

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Gladiator Challenge features Dan “The Beast” Severn vs. Dave Huckaba on Aug. 22

Gladiator Challenge Heavyweight Champion Dave Huckaba (11-3) will take on the mega-experienced ultra-veteran Dan “The Beast” Severn (89-16-7) on Aug. 22, 2009 at the Konocti Vista Casino in Lakeland, Calif.

The 51-year-old Severn is still going strong, having already fought three times this year, and winning twice. Severn’s most recent fight was just a couple of weeks ago at King of the Cage. Severn submitted novice Woody Young with a arm triangle in the second round.

If it is up to Severn this fight will go to the ground. Huckaba prefers to stand, with nine of his 11 wins coming by knockout. Huckaba does have two submission wins, so he may be just skilled enough to defend Severn’s grappling game if it does go to the ground.

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Bob “The Beast” Sapp weighs in on his upcoming fight with Bobby Lashley

On May 15th Bobby Lashley put his opponent, Mike Cook, to sleep just twenty-four seconds into the first round at Maximum Fighting Championship’s “MFC 21: Hard Knocks” at the River Cree Hotel and Casino just outside Alberta, Canada.

The eyes of the MMA world have been on the former WWE superstar since first entering the real world of professional mixed martial arts last December. Since that time, the 6’3″ 250-pound heavyweight has put together an impressive 3-0 record.

On June 27th Lashley will face his toughest challenge to date when he gets in the cage with 6’4″ 350-pound former NFL football player Bob “The Beast” Sapp at “Ultimate Chaos” at the Mississippi Gulf Coast Coliseum in Biloxi, Mississippi.

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Bobby Lashley vs Bob Sapp – “Ultimate Chaos” full fight card announced (Tom Atencio to fight)

PRO MMA (http://promma.info) recently learned, from Ricky H. Derouen, President of Fight Force Intl. that his company has partnered with Prize Fight Promotions to present “Ultimate Chaos” in Biloxi, Mississippi. The star studded event will take place on June 27th at the Mississippi Coast Coliseum.

“We are co-promoting the event [along with Prize Fight Promotions]. Our organization has promoted 15 MMA events successfully in the Southeast. We are partnering with Prize Fight to bring the events to the next level.” Said Derouen.

The PPV card’s main event will be the widely reported match of Bobby Lashley going against Bob “The Beast” Sapp. Also on the main card will be former UFC heavyweight champion Pedro “The Rock” Rizzo going up against former Pride veteran Gilbert Yvel. Also on the PPV card is Chris Horodecki vs William Sriyapai and Brett Cooper vs Waachim Spiritwolf, who is a teamate of jiu-jitsu ace Dean “The Boogeyman” Lister.

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Bobby Lashley to fight Bob Sapp

According to a recent update on his Twitter.com page, former WWE star Bobby Lashley has signed an agreement to fight former Pride behemoth, Bob “The Beast” Sapp. The bout is reportedly set to take place on June 27 at the Mississippi Gulf Coast Coliseum in Biloxi, Mississippi, and will be promoted by Prize Fight Promotions.

Lashley, now 2-0 in his young MMA career, most recently won a unanimous decision over Jason Guida, at “March Badness” in Pensacola, Florida. His first fight was a 41 second destructive TKO victory over MMA rookie Joshua Franklin at “Mixed Fighting Alliance: Bad Blood”.

Bob Sapp is a giant, both literally and figuratively, in the Japanese fight scene. The 300 plus pound Sapp has fought in Strikeforce, Pride, and K-l, and has amassed a 10-3-1 record. Sapp was victorious in his last fight over a masked Akihito Tanaka, and has won five of his last six bouts.

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Bob Sapp vs. anime character at K-1 Dynamite!! 2008 New Year’s Eve card

If you thought you’d seen everything the strange world of Japanese fighting could possibly think of, think again! K-1 has announced that Bob Sapp (9-3-1) will be facing Japanese anime character, Kinniku Mantaro on New Year’s Eve.

Actually, Japanese wrestler, Akihito Tanaka (0-0), will be wearing a Kinniku Mantaro mask. It has been reported that Tanaka will wear the mask during the bout. Oddly enough, Tanaka is considered to be a serious heavyweight prospect making his MMA debut in K-1.

Akihito Tanaka is a seven-time All-Japan wrestling champion. Many Japanese pundits give him a better than average chance to win the fight against Sapp should he survive the opening minutes of the bout.

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