Okay so hear me out first people, Bob Sapp could be a monster when he actually wanted to fight (It didn't last long though) At his peak he was 6'5 370+ pounds of muscle with an 82 inch reach and one of the physically strongest fighters ever. What he lacked in technical skills and stamina he made up for in size, strength and heart and was able to beat Ernesto Hoost twice who many people considered the greatest heavyweight in K1 history. So we have a prime 1967 Muhammad Ali that weighed 211 pounds vs The 2002 370-375 pound version of Bob Sapp who would actually try as hard as he could in a 3 round fight under Kickboxing rules. So who wins? Could Sapp overpower Ali? Would Ali be able to use his movement to avoid shots from Sapp for the 3 rounds? Would Ali at 211 pounds that beat Zora Folley have the power to stop Sapp coming forward? Side question: It's worth also noting that Sapp did not technically beat a prime Ernesto Hoost as he was 37 years old in those fights but still very capable as he later went onto the win the 2002 K1 Grand Prix the same night he lost the rematch to Sapp. So as an alternative to make it a bit more fair for Hoost, how would a 1978 version of Ali who was 36 years old and went 1-1 with Leon Spinks do against the 2002 version of Bob Sapp in a 3 round kickboxing match?