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Warren Sapp Lied About Losing Super Bowl Ring To Bankruptcy Court (Photos)

by Robert Littal | Posted on Wednesday, December 12th, 2012
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Remember when Warren Sapp said this about people assuming he lied about losing his Super Bowl Ring to avoid the bankruptcy court taking it?

Is it so unbelievable that I misplaced my ring?” Sapp said in April.  “I wore it for 365 days, and we had a 7-9 season [in Tampa Bay in 2003] and I went to Oakland and I took it off.  You never saw me with it anywhere.  The only time I brought it out was when the NFL Network wanted us to wear it.

“We were at the Super Bowl, and I thought I handed it to someone, and he said I didn’t.  I checked my luggage to see if it was in a side pocket.  I checked my suit to see if I put it somewhere.  What was I going to do?  Yell and scream because I lost a ring?  That ring didn’t make me a champion.  Derrick Brooks, Simeon Rice, Ronde Barber, Brian Kelly, Dwight Smith.  That crew made me a champion.”

Amazingly, after his bankruptcy was finalized the ring was apparently found (I am sure Sapp will have a great story about what he is wearing in his finger).

I am not even mad at him, the court already took his Jordans and his house, I wouldn’t let them take my Super Ring either.  Might want to be a little smarter of when to wear it out though.

H/T JoeBucsFan.com

 

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  1. D Wash says:

    Smart move. Let the house go, let the Jordans go, keep your ring. He probably had it stashed at a relatives house. Level 2 pimp move.

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