Bob Sapp Net Worth : $3 Million
A Professional Wrestler, Martial Artist, Actor, Comedian, and Retired Football Player
Source of Wealth
Mixed Martial Arts, Acting
Years of Experience
Date of Birth
September 22, 1973
Graduated from University of Washington
Bob Sapp’s Total Net Worth
Bob Sapp is an American martial artist, professional wrestler, kickboxer, actor, and retired football player with a net worth of $3 million. He has worked for Japanese MMA organization, PRIDE. He is well-known by the nickname “The Beast” due to his excellent fighting records in Japan. Bob was born on September 22, 1972 in Colorado, United States. Besides wrestling, he has also appeared in several television shows and commercials. Currently, he is engaged in several MMA promotions in the Europe, U.S., and Japan.
During his football career, Bob played for Chicago Bears and then, for Minnesota Vikings. After shifting his career to wrestling in 2001, he played as developmental wrestler for World Championship Wrestling. Sambo Suplex, Airplane Spin, and German Suplex are some of his signature moves in wrestling, for which, he will be best recognized for ever. During his kick-boxing and martial arts career, Bob played for various events, like Strikeforce, K-1, Cage Rage, FEG, ONE Fighting Championship and Super Fight League.
Additionally, he released a music CD, called “It’s Sapp Time”. He also made an appearance in an episode of “Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel”, a program aired on HBO. He also appeared in numerous films, like ‘Bob Sapp: Sapp Time The Movie!’, ‘Elektra’, ‘The Longest Yard’, ‘Big Stan’, ‘Blood and Bone’, ‘Conan the Barbarian’, and ‘JourneyQuest: Season 2’.
Awards & Achievements
Bob Sapp received a number of accolades throughout his kickboxing and martial arts career. He won the K-1 World Grand Prix 2005 in Hiroshima Tournament Winner and the 2003 NHB Fighter of the Year. He also achieved many honours in wrestling. He received IWGP Heavyweight Championship by New Japan Pro Wrestling. In 2002, he won MVP Award in the Tokyo Sports Grand Prix. Bob also won WWA World Heavyweight Championship in the World Wrestling Association. He also got the award for the ‘Most Charismatic’ by Wrestling Observer Newsletter.