Watch: Rampage Jackson And Bob Sapp Win Bizarre Siamese Boxing Match; Ref Tries To Takedown Ex-UFC Champ

Rampage and Sapp made waves in the world of combat sports once again in their wild Siamese Boxing match.

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Rampage Jackson Bob Sapp - Image via @BKSpiderMMA Twitter
  • Rampage Jackson and Bob Sapp delivered an epic return by winning a wild “Siamese Boxing” match at Fight Circus 6
  • One of the referees tried to wrestle Jackson via a single-leg takedown

Former UFC light heavyweight champion Quinton “Rampage” Jackson made headlines alongside Pride legend Bob Sapp at Fight Circus 6 which took place Saturday on FITE. The pair participated in a bizarre “Siamese Boxing” match against promoter Jon Nutt and his partner Woody, and won via a wild third-round TKO.

As epic as advertised

Like what viewers expected, the fight blew their minds off from the get-go. As the more experienced fighters, Rampage and Sapp quickly took over and began landing some power shots on their opponents.

In the very first round, Rampage and Sapp scored a knockdown and went on to dominate their foes en route to a third-round TKO victory.

Watch a short clip of the wild match below:

The referee got involved

What’s even worth noting was the fact that one of the referees suddenly got involved in the fight in the second round. The ref was seemingly trying to stop the fighters from hitting each other when Rampage eventually hit him. Shockingly, the ref decided to go after Rampage and even attempted to shoot a single-leg takedown on the former champ.

Fortunately, other referees inside the ring eventually were able to stop the madness.

Watch the clip below:

The wild boxing match was Rampage’s first return to combat sports since 2019. Jackson last fought professionally at Bellator 237 where he lost to Fedor Emelianenko via first-round TKO.

Sapp, meanwhile, last fought in MMA in 2018 at Rizin 13 where he beat Abdelrahman Shalan via decision. Prior to this, Sapp had been calling out boxing legends such as Mike Tyson and even Manny Pacquiao.

Published on April 2, 2023 at 11:08 am
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