MMA Rundown

Watch Bob Sapp lose his 12th fight in a row, this time in 35 seconds

When it comes to Bob Sapp we really have to take an objective look at his entire MMA career. I think @FrontRowBrian said it best when it comes to Bob Sapp and his 12th consecutive loss.

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<div align=”center”><blockquote class=”twitter-tweet”><p>Do we really have any credible information that Bob Sapp takes dives? He appears to get rocked and legitimately tries to protect himself</p>&mdash; FrontRowBrian (@FrontRowBrian) <a href=”https://twitter.com/FrontRowBrian/statuses/365852403901284353″>August 9, 2013</a></blockquote>
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Really folks, do we have any evidence that Bob Sapp is throwing every fight he’s been in since 2011? I mean the guy did beat kickboxing legend Ernesto Hoost twice, and he placed a beating on Big Nog before ultimately being submitted by him in the second round in Pride FC. Maybe Bob Sapp just needs to change camps — take a visit to Lodi, California and see if the guys at Gracie Fighter can clean up his MMA game.

Until that day, Bob Sapp will continue to lose in MMA, like he did last night at OX MMA in Fortaleza, Brazil against Edson França. Have a look.

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