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Submission Radio 17/5/14 Ken Shamrock, Bob Sapp

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Published on May 17, 2014

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This week's show includes interviews with 2 MMA legends, Ken Shamrock and Bob "The Beast" Sapp!

Ken Shamrock Starts at: 3:12
Bob Sapp Starts at: 54:07

Former Champion in both Mixed Martial Arts and Pro Wrestling, "The World's Most Dangerous Man" Ken Shamrock stops by Submission Radio to talk all thing MMA and WWE, including the possibility of mending the bridge with Dana White, starting an MMA union with Randy Couture, the problems with banning TRT, not being inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame and more!

Ken also shares his memories from the tragic Owen Hart incident. These days Ken works for a high level security company, working with clients such as 50 Cent and Fergie and gives his thoughts on the situation between Jay Z and Beyonce's sister, Solange Knowles.

Also on the show is Japanese Icon, actor, former NFL player and MMA legend, Bob "The Beast" Sapp. In a very candid interview, Bob reflects on his MMA career and talks about how he was thrown right into the deep end. Bob talks about life in Japan, the modest life he lives despite being a multimillionaire, arm wrestling Fedor Emelianenko and Alistair Overeem, why Nogueira should retire and lots more.

As a man who's done it all, Bob talks about some of the crucial mistakes made by today's fighters and why they might all end up broke. "The Beast" also talks about the fight with Mike Tyson that never happened and wanting to knock Tyson out.

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