Irvin Worried About Sapp

June 27th, 2015

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No matter how badly former Bucs great Warren Sapp may have treated fans, it bothers Joe to see Sapp’s life spiral out of control the way it has recently.

Three times in the past four years, and twice this year, Sapp has been locked up for hassles with women. And they get worse with each incident. The latest came when Sapp allegedly stomped on his girlfriend’s face in Las Vegas.

Throw in his bankruptcy — Sapp made some $82 million in his NFL days yet found himself with less than $1,000 — and it has been a very, very sad few years for Sapp.

The icing on the cake was Sapp losing his six-figure gig with NFL Network as a result of these arrests. He likely has drummed himself out of the TV analyst and/or pitchman business for good.

Sapp’s longtime friend and fellow NFL Hall of Famer Michael Irvin — “It’s all about the U!” — can see Sapp’s life is out of control and is concerned about what might be around the corner. Per, Irvin went on the “Dan Le Batard Show” on WMSF-FM 104.3 in Miami and hinted Sapp is living a life of denial, that all is good and his hassles with women are merely blips on the radar.

Again, Joe hates to see anyone go through what Sapp is, but Sapp brought this on himself. He didn’t have to have an incident with a woman in South Florida a few years ago. He didn’t have to go whoring in Arizona and bicker over the meager fees. He didn’t have to do his girlfriend wrong in Vegas, where there are security cameras everywhere.

Joe hopes the guy gets some sort of counseling. Those six-figure media gigs don’t come around every day, especially for a guy that has a documented, ugly history with women.

25 Responses to “Irvin Worried About Sapp”

  1. Buccfan37 Says:

    All the women parting Sapp from his money must see him as a easy touch big loser, about the same way he looks at them. As much trouble that he has run into before, during and after his playing days were over, his obnoxiousness towards fans, his over the top in your face belligerence, I still like something about his style besides his huge success as a Buc.

  2. ndog Says:

    I hate to see it as well but after the way he treated people during his playing career isn’t it clear this is just who he is and will probably never change?

  3. The Real Malloy Says:

    When Michael Irvin is worried about you…’re in a world of trouble

  4. Tampabaybucfan Says:

    Speaking for Pablo

    “Pablo hopes that Buc-A-New has some charity in his heart and hires Sapp to work on one of his crews in Montana. Buc-A-New has a 44 to keep Warren in line. Pablo wouldn’t be caught dead in Montana….because Pablo would probably end up dead. Buc-A-New’s women on his crew can likely take care of themselves with a staple gun to Warren’s cajones. Pablo wishes Sapp well in his “future endeavors” like Pablo has been wished many times”

  5. Tampabaybucfan Says:

    Warren Sapp is one of my Buc heroes…..there are many from SB 37…, I’ll survive. The overwheming word for me here is SAD…..It disturbes me somewhat to see Irvin wearing #47…..the number worn by another one of my heroes.
    Perhaps the new gay marriage law will permit Warren to marry someone bigger and meaner than he is….maybe that will solve his financial problems too.
    Dwayne Johnson (The Rock) comes to mind……Duane was at Miami with Sapp….is bigger & stronger…..divorced….and rich. Warren could do much worse!!!

  6. 1nebuc Says:

    Im a sapp fan and i have met him numerous times and i dont have anything to say bad about him personally. However i have seen how he has treated other people and its not good . He is a person who believes that the common joe is beneath him . But reality is reality and god bless her but my grandmother always told me that if you do good , good will always follow you . when you treat people bad at some time in your life it will come back to you . The crazy part is he is doing ot to himself.

  7. Ray Rice Says:

    I just don’t understand. Why would he want to bust a biatch in the face after busting a nut?He should be in a good mood.

  8. Buc-A-New Says:

    Lets face it guys, nobody ever accused Sapp of being smart. You can’t fix stupid with a sense of entitlement. And yes Pablo I would gladly hire him but I doubt he has any skills and would not be willing to work for the $15 an hour I would pay him as a laborer. Now You I would start at $20 because Im sure you have some skills and are a hard worker. There are many mexicans up here but all the pretty girls are taken already. I could hook you up.

  9. Tampabaybucfan Says:

    @ Buc-A-New

    Speaking for Pablo

    “No thanks….Pablo prefers his girls to have teeth”

  10. University of Seffner Says:

    Imagine if Sapp meets Lawrence Phillips, or OJ Simpson…

  11. Ray Rice Says:


    Montana?.. You better watch out with that guy. He’s going to try and Broke Back Mountain you!

  12. rayjay1122 Says:

    He beats and abuses women so that classifies him as a bully. This is a classless individual and I wish he had never worn the Pewter and Red. I can forgive and overlook everything that he has done except the abuse of weaker females. Maybe he should go on a date with Ronda Rousey so she can knock his boys into his throat. What a waste of flesh Sapp is. He is obviously cut from the same cloth as a guy in my hood. Valrico Neighbor from hell. He even made it on channel 10 news a few years ago for his terrorizing ways. Google it and see for yourselves. Valrico neighbor from hell.

  13. Buc-A-New Says:

    Brokeback mountain occurred in Wyoming Ray. Though that Is a neighboring state. 🙂

  14. Ray Rice Says:

    LMFAO ^^^^^^^

  15. Ray Rice Says:


    If the YUCS play with half the passion John McDonough has on offense, defense, and special teams. I guarantee playoffs at least. Maybe they need to hire this guy as a pre-game hype man in the locker room to get these guys pumped.

  16. Jim Says:

    Geez, if your a celebrity or have a high profile job pay your hookers! Is that so hard to understand?

  17. SAPP, STFU Says:

    Sapp is playing interference for Jameis

  18. LakelandBuc Says:

    I don’t understand how a 300 lb man can step on your face and you still live to talk about it.

  19. Supersam Says:

    I really hope this don’t turn into something like what happened with Steve McNair. Wake up Sapp.

  20. rfdes Says:

    Next stop – ‘Da Pokey’. Sure he’ll make some nice friends there. My only question will be what took so long. Couldn’t happen to a nicer individual.

  21. BucFanInTokyo Says:

    Like so many readers might agree, Sapp brought a winning attitude to the Bucs and for that I am ever grateful. The NFL is full of gladiators and the off field behaviour by some make those individuals not worthy of the label “hero”. After all, this is just a sport and not real life. These guys play football better than anyone else and get paid for it. That fact does not give one license to be an ass. Living in the east, I have learned a thing or two about karma. Karma is inexorable. Until Mr. Sapp understands this fact, his world will be hell on earth.

  22. ruggyup Says:

    What is really sad and unfathomable is why this crap gets so much ink in the rags and blogs. Oh, that’s right. Blame it on the readers, all their fault.

  23. Joe Says:

    What is really sad and unfathomable is why this crap gets so much ink in the rags and blogs. Oh, that’s right. Blame it on the readers, all their fault.

    If you don’t think a Hall of Famer for the Bucs getting busted for hookers (he got rough with them which is why they called the cops) and allegedly stomping on his girlfriend’s head isn’t newsworthy, Joe doesn’t know what to say.

    So slapping around women should be swept under the rug? C’mon.

  24. MTM Says:

    Sapp’s bad karma has come to roost. I don’t feel sorry for somebody who has done this to himself. Sapp played great for Tampa other than that it not an excuse for being an utter d-bag repeatedly.

  25. Curtis Gatorboy Says:

    Jameis is thug just like Sapp. I can do without thugs.