The cage may have to be reinforced for the "Ultimate Chaos" headliner as former WWE star
The 6-foot-3, 265-pound Lashley, three-time NCAA champion (1996-98) and four-time All-America wrestler at Missouri Valley College, takes on the 6-4, 350-pound Sapp, who played in the NFL for four years before becoming an iconic combat fighter in Japan.
"Ultimate Chaos" is presented by Prize Fight MMA and Fight Force International.
After graduating from Missouri Valley College, Lashley joined the U.S. Army and was a two-time Armed Forces Champion and 2002 Military Games Championship silver medalist. Two years ago, Lashley became a WWE (World Wrestling Entertainment) superstar, joining
Sapp starred as an offense lineman on the University of Washington's football team, winning the prestigious Morris Award. He was selected in the third round of the NFL draft in 1997 by the Chicago Bears. He turned to pro wrestling after football and was later recruited by Pride in Japan, where his incredible size, strength and bull-rush style made him an instant fan favorite. He went on to star in K-1 as well as become an actor, playing roles in movies like
In the co-feature, controversial Dutch heavyweight
Also fighting on the card, welterweights