(Photo courtesy of Frankensteinia.)
"During my career, I’ve been as heavy as almost 400 pounds…to say honestly, after I sat down on my toilet and [it] started to crack, I knew that it was time to lose a little bit more weight, and I started doing more running and conditioning and things like this. So I got down to 350, then to 340, and now I’m training with a conditioning master in the name of Antonio McKee down here in Califonia at the Body Shop gym…You may see me at that pro football weight of the 320′s…and I did it by eating primarily nothing but sushi toro, which is the tuna [Ed. note: But specifically the most fatty part, right?], and ramen, straight, that’s all I ate, and pretty much just doing that and running and training, it took it off…it’ll be interesting to see if I still have that power that I had [at] 380." — Bob Sapp
Are you saying that the originator of the Beast Beat workout system needed extra help with his conditioning? But for real, it’s good to see that Bob’s working on more than his standard gong-and-dash-and-wheeze routine for this training camp. He’s still going to lose to Bobby Lashley on Saturday, but hey, kudos for making healthy choices.
Bonus, after the jump: If you think pro wrestling looks fake in the U.S., wait until you see how it’s done in Japan, particularly when Bob Sapp is involved.