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Warren Sapp had a legendary career as a defensive lineman and even won a Super Bowl while with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Well, while hanging out in the Florida Keys, Sapp decided to put his old football skills to use. He was lobster fishing on Florida Bay when he saw his chance to snag a lobster in the water. The only problem was that a 4 foot shark saw the lobster too. Sapp threw his hand in the water to grab the lobster before the shark and he won. However, the shark snagged a chunk out of Sapp in the battle. Check out Sapp’s arm.
Warren Sapp attacked by a shark while lobstering😳 #EpicBattle #WarrenSapp #SappDiving #Shark #SharkBite #SharkAttack #TwoConchs @warrensappA photo posted by Two Conchs Charters (@twoconchs) on Jul 27, 2016 at 1:48pm PDTRELATED2018 NFL Draft Projections: Penn State’s Potential Pro ProspectsNeed Plans for Memorial Day Weekend? Head to Sunset Music Festival 2018!NFL Draft: Predicting the First Round With Trades
Warren Sapp attacked by a shark while lobstering😳 #EpicBattle #WarrenSapp #SappDiving #Shark #SharkBite #SharkAttack #TwoConchs @warrensapp
A photo posted by Two Conchs Charters (@twoconchs) on Jul 27, 2016 at 1:48pm PDT
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Sapp showed no fear on the football field and it looks like he doesn’t fear a whole lot off the field either. Aparently after the shark took a bite out of him, Sapp didn’t stop finishing the fishing trip. When asked about Sapp’s injury the captain of the charter said, “We bandaged it up, put some gauze on there, some black electrical tape and hit a couple more spots, then headed in.” I guess it was just nothing but a flesh wound.
Shark got a little chuck of Me. We got Dinner! #Winning pic.twitter.com/prZ4NWpcWS— Warren Sapp (@WarrenSapp) July 27, 2016
Shark got a little chuck of Me. We got Dinner! #Winning pic.twitter.com/prZ4NWpcWS
— Warren Sapp (@WarrenSapp) July 27, 2016