Sapp told the the truth but it doesn't matter..just something to make him feel he still got a 1up on him. It's like a star point guard getting mad a benchrider dates prettier women than him...bs competition lol
Here we go with the "hate" talk again.
Keep in mind, it was Rich Eisen who asked Sapp asked about Dewayne Johnson, and Sapp simply responded to his question in only the way that Sapp typically responds. I think Sapp is correct. There are times when Hollywood tends to overblow a person's past accomplishments. Johnson wasn't a star at Miami, but Hollywood wants him to be. But to Johnson's credit, he's been clear that he was never a star at Miami.
I think this is one of those cases where Sapp and Johnson were never tight even when they played together. Sapp ran with this circle of friends. Johnson ran with his. I'd like to think that if they ran into each other somewhere, they'd be cool with each other... dap each other up and keep stepping. I don't think Sapp "hates" Johnson, and I don't think Johnson (with his bags) hates Sapp.
Just watch a Miami game during that time - I had to rewind the tape twice just to make sure that was the same person. If he was a dog at Miami during that time we would’ve heard about him.
Less chance of injury and guaranteed money.I think most NFL players would pay to be The Rock right now lol
Folks heard of his Dad and that huge family he is linked to from the Usos to Superfly and so on.
We were going to hear about him because the WWE would have HAMMERED that point much like it was with Ron Simmons (mainly at WCW), Shelton, Brock, Jack Swagger and in fact most of the old WWE shows-made it a point to mention who played football. Like Hacksaw, The Anvil, Lex Lugar, Brian Pillman and others.
Less chance of injury and guaranteed money.