Deduct a few organs, some body fat and a knee pad or two, and there will probably be upwards of 400 pounds of solid muscle occupying the ring during the Fight Force International “Ultimate Chaos” pay-per-view event from Biloxi, Miss., on Saturday. Clearly, Bobby Lashley and Bob Sapp like to lift weights.

That is what Sherdog.com said of the super-heavyweight class of the MMA. And when I read this article, it was just very very interesting. A super-heavyweight class involves a person who weights 265 pounds or more.

As you can see in that picture above, those guys are big. And I mean big! These guys are probably more than 265. And according to sources, these guys actually do lift weights very much so. PED's have nothing to do with it, or do they maybe?

With Lashley facing Sapp, it's going to be mammoth vs. mammoth. Sapp is just plain huge with his gorilla-shape of 375 pounds! Then you have Tim Sylvia pushing 300 pounds, as well as many others including Mark Hunt and Semmy Schilt.

Ever seen Brock Lesnar for a change.

With these big guys, it's just amazing to see their athleticism. The salary is improving as well as Sherdog.com reports that the salary is improving towards the money that the pros in the NFL make.

Pretty impressive, don't you think?

And also, there are two others that are getting big too with Wes Shivers at 290 pounds and Marcus Jones at 260 pounds. These guys are just getting bigger and bigger, maybe bigger by the second! Nah, getting way out of hand now.

But I agree with Sherdog.com, sometimes the super-heavyweight class is a little overrated due to the fact in that Brock Lesnar-Randy Couture fight. It was a 60-pound difference with Lesnar leading with a larger weight.

It's truly just messed up.

Facts and stats provided by Sherdog.com.

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