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Siamese Boxing: Rampage Jackson and Bob Sapp teams up to win strange fight



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Quinton “Rampage” Jackson and kickboxer Bob Sapp faced Woody and Jon Nut in Siamese Boxing. Photo via Twitter

Saturday’s strange boxing match where UFC veteran Quinton “Rampage” Jackson and kickboxer Bob Sapp faced Woody and Jon Nutt looked exactly as weird as one could imagine. The fight took place at Fight Circus 6 in Phuket, Thailand.

Each fighter hid one of their arms under a two-man shirt and fought as a pair, Sapp stood for the left hand while “Rampage” used his right hand.

The two combat sports veterans Jackson and Sapp put on pressure from the start of the fight, and the spectacle eventually came to an end with a third-round stoppage win for Team Rampage & Sapp.

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Siamese Boxing “highlights” below

Quinton “Rampage” Jackson and Bob Sapp

“Rampage” Jackson is former UFC light heavyweight champion who won the title by knocking out Chuck Liddell in the first round at UFC 71 back in 2007. He defended his strap against Dan Henderson at UFC 75, with a unanimous decision win, before losing his title to Forrest Griffin in July 2008.

“Rampage” became a star in Japan during his tenure with Pride FC, before signing with the UFC.

Former American football player Bob Sapp has made a name for himself as a MMA fighter, kickboxer, professional wrestler and actor. He’s done most of his professional fighting in Japan.

During his years as a fighter he competed in promotions like ONE Fighting Championship, K-1, Rizin and Pride.

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