- IWGP Heavyweight title defeating Kensuke Sasaki (March 28, 2004);
In The Beginning:
- Bob Sapp was a standout offensive lineman for the University of Washington where he won the Morris Award..
- 1997: Bob Sapp was drafted 69th overall in the NFL (National Football League) Draft by the Chicago Bears..
- Bob Sapp was under contract with the Bears for four years but appeared in only one regular season game.
- Bob Sapp has an 8-2-1 mixed martial arts record, including seven win by knockout..
Getting Into The Business:
- 2001: Bob Sapp began his pro wrestling career in NWA Wildside in Georgia..
- Bob Sapp trained at the WCW Power Plant just before the company was sold to Vince McMahon & the WWFe..
The Japan ICON:
- Bob Sapp has become outrageously popular in Japan, many consider him to be as popular there as Hogan was in the USA..
- January 4, 2004–New Japan Pro Wrestling: Keiji Muto & Bob Sapp defeated Masahiro Chono & Hiroyoshi Tenzan..
- March 28, 2004: Bob Sapp captured the IWGP Heavyweight title by defeating Kensuke Sasaki at Tokyo Sumo Hall..
- May 3, 2004–New Japan Pro Wrestling: Bob Sapp defeated Shinsuke Nakamura to retain the IWGP Heavyweight title..
- June 2004: New Japan strips Bob Sapp of the IWGP Heavyweight championship..
- 2005: Bob Sapp had a role in the remake of The Longest Yard (a sports comedy staring Adam Sandler) as Switowski..
- August 4, 2005–Wrestle-One (debut show): Bob Sapp defeated Giant Bernard (A-Train)..
- October 2, 2005–WRESTLE-1 GP: Bob Sapp defeated Jun Akiyama (GP 2nd round)..
- December 31, 2005–K-1: Musashi defeated Bob Sapp by decision in Kickboxing from the Osaka Dome..
- June 27, 2009: Bobby Lashley defeated Bob Sapp in the first round of their MMA fight in Biloxi, Mississippi..