It’s a total drag to get stung by a scorpion. And it’s not much better to get punched in the face by one, either.
Sakio Bika’s opponents in three of his six career losses and one of his three draws have one distinct commonality: They were southpaws.
A longtime football announcer, a two-time world champion boxer and an esteemed trainer walk into a bar—stop us if you’ve heard this one before.
Adonis Stevenson has vowed to be the first man to knock out Sakio Bika when the two men meet in the ring in Quebec City on Saturday. Bika’s response: Give it your best shot.
In a few years, Sakio Bika envisions discussing career choices with his three children.
Sakio “The Scorpion” Bika dove into one end of a hotel pool as part of a workout. Unfortunately, it was the deep end, and he cannot swim.
Sakio Bika took his nickname from the creature that nearly took his life. Bika, dubbed “The Scorpion,” was stung by one of the arachnids as a 13-year-old growing up in his native Cameroon in Central Africa.