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Bob Sapp, right, is seen here fighting former Chicago Bear William "Refrigerator" Perry.
Some fans look back on Bob Sapp in a positive light. After all, he was a mountain of meat that delivered eight fearsome knockouts in his first 10 wins in the Japanese Pride, K-1 and Dream promotions. Since leaving Dream, though, Sapp's career has been a downright nightmare. At this point, "The Beast" is the most internationally recognizable tomato can there is.
Does a former WWE wrestler need somebody to quickly establish his credibility as a mixed martial artist? Does a body builder need a bag to remind everyone that he can punch really super-hard? Are you hosting an event where you need to show off a hometown favorite?
Sapp, in all these situations, is the man to call and his phone has been ringing off the hook for years.
He is on a 10 fight losing streak, and is 2-14 since 2007 against very, very light competition. Probably the best fighter he has faced is James Thompson, best known for his wiggle-wobble ear that got punched flat by Kimbo Slice. Thompson is no world beater, by the way, having lost to folks like John-Olav Einemo, Kazuyuki Fujita, Brett Rogers and Eric “Butterbean” Esch.
Suffice it to say, Sapp is probably the least successful fighter in MMA today.