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USA/
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August 12, 2011
Cast member Bob Sapp arrives at the film premiere of "Conan the Barbarian" in Los Angeles, California,...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Cast member Bob Sapp arrives at the film premiere of "Conan the Barbarian" in Los Angeles
Cast member Bob Sapp arrives at the film premiere of "Conan the Barbarian" in Los Angeles, California, August 11, 2011. REUTERS/Jason Redmond (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT SPORT)
ENTERTAINMENT BOB DYLAN
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August 19, 2005
Steve Sapp of Darrington, Washington looks at a display of a recently discovered manuscript handwritten...
Seattle, USA
Artifacts of US music icon Dylan are viewed by public for first time at Experience Music Project in Seattle....
Steve Sapp of Darrington, Washington looks at a display of a recently discovered manuscript handwritten in the early 1960s by U.S. music icon Bob Dylan at Experience Music Project in Seattle August 19, 2005. The 16-page document "Poems without Titles" was written in pencil on unlined paper and was rediscovered by a man who attended the University of Minnesota with Dylan in the 1960s. The poems are the earliest known manuscripts by Dylan up for auction and have an estimated presale value of $60,000 to $80,000. The manuscripts will be auctioned by Christie's in November 2005. REUTERS/Anthony P. Bolante APB/CCK
LEISURE PREMIERE
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January 08, 2005
Mixed martial arts and K1 fighter Bob Sapp, a former National Football League player, arrives for the...
Las Vegas, UNITED STATES
Bob Sapp arrives for the premiere of "Elektra" at the Palms in Las Vegas.
Mixed martial arts and K1 fighter Bob Sapp, a former National Football League player, arrives for the premiere of the movie "Elektra" at the Palms Casino Resort in Las Vegas, Nevada January 8, 2005. Sapp plays the character "Stone" in the film, a spinoff of the movie "Daredevil", which opens in the United States January 14. REUTERS/Ethan Miller EM/FA
LEISURE PREMIERE
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January 08, 2005
Mixed martial arts and K1 fighter Bob Sapp, a former National Football League player, arrives for the...
Las Vegas, UNITED STATES
Bob Sapp arrives for the premiere of "Elektra" at the Palms in Las Vegas.
Mixed martial arts and K1 fighter Bob Sapp, a former National Football League player, arrives for the premiere of the movie "Elektra" at the Palms Casino Resort in Las Vegas, Nevada January 8, 2005. Sapp plays the character "Stone" in the film, a spinoff of the movie "Daredevil", which opens in the United States January 14. REUTERS/Ethan Miller EM/FA
TECH JAPAN MATSUSHITA
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March 09, 2004
Former NFL player Bob Sapp, now a popular martial arts hero, displays Matsushita Electric Industrial...
Japan
FORMER NFL PLAYER BOB SAPP DISPLAYS MATSUSHITA ELECTRONIC'S NEW DVD RECORDER IN TOKYO.
Former NFL player Bob Sapp, now a popular martial arts hero, displays Matsushita Electric Industrial Co's new DVD recorder DMR-E55 at an unveiling in Tokyo March 9, 2004. The new recorder will go on sale worldwide on March 20 for around 50,000 yen. ($450) REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao YN/TW
JAPAN
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December 31, 2003
Former sumo yokozuna (grand champion) Akebono is tended to by a second upon his defeat to American Bob...
Japan
FORMER SUMO YOKOZUNA AKEBONO IS TENDED TO BY SECOND AFTER K-1 FIGHT IN NAGOYA, JAPAN.
Former sumo yokozuna (grand champion) Akebono is tended to by a second upon his defeat to American Bob Sapp in their New Year's Eve K-1 match in Nagoya, central Japan December 31, 2003. Sapp won after a technical knockout. REUTERS/Eriko Sugita REUTERS ES/WS
JAPAN
RTRR25K
December 31, 2003
Hawaiian-born former sumo yokozuna (grand champion) Akebono is down on the mat as the referee stops his...
Nagoya, Japan
HAWAIIAN-BORN FORMER SUMO YOKOZUNA AKEBONO IS DOWN ON MAT IN K-1 FIGHT IN NAGOYA, JAPAN.
Hawaiian-born former sumo yokozuna (grand champion) Akebono is down on the mat as the referee stops his K-1 fight against American former NFL player Bob Sapp in Nagoya, central Japan December 31, 2003. Akebono made his debut in the New Year's Eve match of K-1, a combination of karate, taekwondo, and kickboxing. Sapp won after a technical knockout. REUTERS/Eriko Sugita REUTERS ES/WS
JAPAN
RTRR25I
December 31, 2003
American former NFL player Bob Sapp lands a punch on the face of Hawaiian-born former sumo yokozuna (grand...
Nagoya, Japan
BOB SAPP LANDS PUNCH ON FORMER SUMO YOKOZUNA AKEBONO IN K-1 FIGHT IN NAGOYA, JAPAN.
American former NFL player Bob Sapp lands a punch on the face of Hawaiian-born former sumo yokozuna (grand champion) Akebono in a K-1 fight in Nagoya, central Japan December 31, 2003. Akebono made his debut in the New Year's Eve match of K-1, a combination of karate, taekwondo, and kickboxing. Sapp won after a technical knockout. REUTERS/Eriko Sugita Pictures of the month December 2003 ES/WS BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE
JAPAN
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December 31, 2003
Hawaiian-born former sumo yokozuna (grand champion) Akebono (R) fights against American former NFL player...
Nagoya, Japan
HAWAIIAN-BORN FORMER SUMO YOKOZUNA AKEBONO FIGHTS AGAINST SAPP IN K-1 FIGHT IN NAGOYA, JAPAN.
Hawaiian-born former sumo yokozuna (grand champion) Akebono (R) fights against American former NFL player Bob Sapp in a K-1 bout in Nagoya, central Japan December 31, 2003. Akebono made his debut in the New Year's Eve match of K-1, a combination of karate, taekwondo, and kickboxing. Sapp won by technical knockout. REUTERS/Eriko Sugita REUTERS ES/WS
JAPAN
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December 31, 2003
Hawaiian-born former sumo yokozuna (grand champion) Akebono tries to block a punch from American former...
Japan
HAWAIIAN-BORN FORMER SUMO YOKOZUNA AKEBONO TRIES TO BLOCK A PUNCH FROM SAPP IN K-1 FIGHT IN NAGOYA, JAPAN....
Hawaiian-born former sumo yokozuna (grand champion) Akebono tries to block a punch from American former NFL player Bob Sapp in a K-1 fight in Nagoya, central Japan December 31, 2003. Akebono made his debut in the New Year's Eve match of K-1, a combination of karate, taekwondo, and kickboxing. Sapp won after a technical knockout. REUTERS/Eriko Sugita PP04010004 ES/WS
JAPAN
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December 31, 2003
Hawaiian-born former sumo yokozuna (grand champion) Akebono receives a blow from American former NFL...
Japan
HAWAIIAN-BORN AKEBONO RECEIVES BLOW FROM SAPP IN K-1 FIGHT IN NAGOYA.
Hawaiian-born former sumo yokozuna (grand champion) Akebono receives a blow from American former NFL player Bob Sapp in a K-1 fight in Nagoya, central Japan December 31, 2003. Akebono made his debut in the New Year's Eve match of K-1, a combination of karate, taekwondo, and kickboxing. Sapp won by technical knockout. REUTERS/Eriko Sugita ES/THI
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November 27, 2003
Hawaiian-born former sumo wrestler Taro Akebono, who has turned his
sights to the combat sport K-1,...
Japan
FORMER SUMO WRESTLER AKEBONO SPARS IN TOKYO.
Hawaiian-born former sumo wrestler Taro Akebono, who has turned his
sights to the combat sport K-1, spars with a partner in Tokyo November
27, 2003. Akebono, the first foreign-born sumo grand champion, will
fight former NFL player Bob Sapp, now a popular martial arts hero, on
New Years Eve. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao

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November 27, 2003
Hawaiian-born former sumo wrestler Taro Akebono, who has turned his
sights to the combat sport K-1,...
Japan
FORMER SUMO WRESTLER AKEBONO BLEEDS AFTER PRACTICE BOUT IN TOKYO.
Hawaiian-born former sumo wrestler Taro Akebono, who has turned his
sights to the combat sport K-1, bleeds after a sparring session in
Tokyo November 27, 2003. Akebono, the first foreign-born sumo grand
champion, will fight former NFL player Bob Sapp, now a popular martial
arts hero, on New Years Eve. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao

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November 27, 2003
Hawaiian-born former sumo wrestler Taro Akebono (R), who has turned his
sights to the combat sport K-1,...
Japan
FORMER SUMO WRESTLER AKEBONO PREPARES FOR NEW YEARS BOUT IN TOKYO.
Hawaiian-born former sumo wrestler Taro Akebono (R), who has turned his
sights to the combat sport K-1, spars with former IBF heavyweight
champion Francois Botha during a practice session in Tokyo November 27,
2003. Akebono, the first foreign-born sumo grand champion, will fight
former NFL player Bob Sapp, now a popular martial arts hero, on New
Years Eve. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao

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November 19, 2003
Hawaiian-born former sumo wrestler Taro Akebono stretches during a work
out in Tokyo November 19, 2003....
Japan
HAWAIIAN-BORN FORMER SUMO WRESTLER AKEBONO STRETCHES DURING A WORK OUT
IN TOKYO.
Hawaiian-born former sumo wrestler Taro Akebono stretches during a work
out in Tokyo November 19, 2003. Akebono, the first foreign-born sumo
grand champion, has turned his sights to the combat sport K-1 and will
fight former NFL player Bob Sapp, now a popular martial arts hero, on
New Years Eve. REUTERS/Issei Kato

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November 19, 2003
Hawaiian-born former sumo wrestler Taro Akebono works out in Tokyo
November 19, 2003. Akebono, the first...
Japan
HAWAIIAN-BORN FORMER SUMO WRESTLER AKEBONO WORKS OUT IN TOKYO.
Hawaiian-born former sumo wrestler Taro Akebono works out in Tokyo
November 19, 2003. Akebono, the first foreign-born sumo grand champion,
has turned his sights to the combat sport K-1, and will fight former
NFL player Bob Sapp on New Years Eve. REUTERS/Issei Kato

IK/RCS
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November 19, 2003
Hawaiian-born former sumo wrestler Taro Akebono works out in Tokyo
November 19, 2003. Akebono, the first...
Japan
HAWAIIAN-BORN FORMER SUMO WRESTLER AKEBONO WORKS OUT IN TOKYO.
Hawaiian-born former sumo wrestler Taro Akebono works out in Tokyo
November 19, 2003. Akebono, the first foreign-born sumo grand champion,
has turned his sights to the combat sport K-1, and will fight former
NFL player Bob Sapp on New Years Eve. REUTERS/Issei Kato

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TOKYO
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November 11, 2003
Hawaii-native former sumo grand champion Akebono speaks during an interview in Tokyo. The two-metre (6ft...
Tokyo, Japan
TO MATCH FEATURE STORY SPORT-SUMO-K1.
Hawaii-native former sumo grand champion Akebono speaks during an interview in Tokyo. The two-metre (6ft 6.74 in) 210-kg (463 lb) Akebono, the first sumo champion to fight in K-1, will make his debut against American football player, Bob "the Beast" Sapp, in a special event on New Year's Eve, which organisers have dubbed the "fight of the century". Picture taken November 11, 2003. TO MATCH FEATURE STORY SPORT-SUMO-K1 REUTERS/Kimimasa Mayama YN
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November 06, 2003
Former Hawaiian-born sumo wrestler Taro Akebono (R) poses with former
NFL player Bob Sapp, now a popular...
Japan
FORMER SUMO AND NFL PLAYER ANNOUNCE FIGHT IN TOKYO.
Former Hawaiian-born sumo wrestler Taro Akebono (R) poses with former
NFL player Bob Sapp, now a popular martial arts hero, during a news
conference in Tokyo November 6, 2003. Akebono, the first foreign-born
sumo grand champion, said on Thursday that he had turned his sights to
the combat sport K-1. Akebono will fight against Sapp in a
money-spinning first fight on New Years Eve, organisers said.
REUTERS/Issei Kato

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JAPAN
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June 24, 2003
Former NFL player Bob Sapp, now a popular martial arts hero and
celebrity in Japan, speaks to reporters...
Tokyo, Japan
FORMER NFL PLAYER BOB SAPP SPEAKS TO REPORTERS IN TOKYO.
Former NFL player Bob Sapp, now a popular martial arts hero and
celebrity in Japan, speaks to reporters at the Foreign Correspondent's
Club of Japan in Tokyo June 24, 2003. In less than a year, Sapp has
gone from NFL wash-up in the U.S. to marketing tsunami in Japan, where
his image as a kind hearted kick boxer is being used to sell everything
from alarm clocks and pizza to wide screen TVs and slot machines.
REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao

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JAPAN
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June 24, 2003
Former NFL player Bob Sapp (R), now a popular martial arts hero and
celebrity, poses for a photo with...
Tokyo, Japan
FORMER NFL PLAYER BOB SAPP POSES FOR PHOTO WITH JAPANESE WOMAN IN
TOKYO.
Former NFL player Bob Sapp (R), now a popular martial arts hero and
celebrity, poses for a photo with a Japanese woman at the Foreign
Correspondents' Club of Japan in Tokyo, June 24, 2003. In less than a
year, Sapp has gone from NFL wash-up in U.S. to marketing tsunami in
Japan, where his image as a kind-hearted kick boxer is being used to
sell everything from alarm clocks and pizza to wide-screen televisions
and slot machines. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao

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RTR11VSM
February 05, 2003
Former NFL Chicago Bears player and professional wrestler Bob Sapp, a
popular American in Japan known...
Japan
BOB SAPP OF THE US HOLDS UP MATSUSHITA/PANASONIC'S NEW DVD-RAM RECORDER
IN TOKYO.
Former NFL Chicago Bears player and professional wrestler Bob Sapp, a
popular American in Japan known as "The Beast," shows his muscles as he
holds up Matsushita Electric's (Panasonic) new fourth-generation
DVD-RAM recorder, the Panasonic DMR-E50, at an unveiling in Tokyo
February 5, 2003. Panasonic said the DMR-E50, to be released worldwide
in March 2003, has no suggested retail price, but that the model would
probably be around 60,000 yen (about $500). REUTERS/Eriko Sugita

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February 03, 2003
Professional wrestler and former NFL player Bob Sapp (L) of the United
States holds packets of beans...
Japan
FORMER US WRESTLER BOB SAPP HOLDS BEANS DURING BEAN THROWING CEREMONY
IN TOKYO.
Professional wrestler and former NFL player Bob Sapp (L) of the United
States holds packets of beans as a Buddhist priest looks on during a
bean-throwing ceremony at Ikegami Honmon temple in Tokyo Feburary 3,
2003. The festival called Setsubun is celebrated across the country to
drive away bad spirits and welcome fortune, primarily though throwing
beans. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao

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JAPAN
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February 03, 2003
Professional wrestler and former NFL player Bob Sapp of the United
States imitates the devil's expression...
Tokyo, Japan
FORMER US NFL PLAYER BOB SAPP IMITATES A DEVIL'S FACE AT A TEMPLE IN
TOKYO.
Professional wrestler and former NFL player Bob Sapp of the United
States imitates the devil's expression on a poster at the Ikegami
Honmon temple in Tokyo Feburary 3, 2003. Thousands of temples
celebrated a festival called Setsubun on Monday to drive away devils
and bring in fortune. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao

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