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    Always been a basketball fan so Iím going with Michael Jordan and Kobe.

    And to mix it up a little, tony hawk and Shaun white

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    Derek Jeter, Yogi Berra, Franco Harris just off the top of my head. Yogi had some of the best quotes ever that's why he made my list
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    I was trying to think of newer athletes after I posted about the Big Bad Bruins of the 1970's.
    OF course being from N.E. (NH), Tom Brady was the man for almost 2 decades here, loved the way he handled himself, giving everyone else around him the credit.
    Very modest/unselfish guy for being so successful. (Many athletes can learn that from him).

    But I would say my current favorite is also still a Bruin, David Pastrnak (Pasta).

    So far, the kids been a human highlight reel. And when he teeth got broken, he just kept the fang-face look...

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    Quote Originally Posted by dnewell2004 View Post
    Eric Davis. If only he could have stayed healthy.

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    Spent many a day watching him play. By far one of the best teams ever was the Reds when they won the world series in 1990 SWEEEEEPPPP BEEEEYATCHS!!!!

    I also got to enjoy the Bengals in the 80's... Specifically the 1988 team that went to the Super Bowl and should have won. It was crazy in smaller city and small outlying towns to have two really good teams at the time. As a kid I was in awe. Now I loathe sports because they forget what they were to people.

    Probably my Fav Player was Jim Breech Field Goal Kicker. He was 5 ft 3 and still could hit a 50 yarder (barely lol but he did it) He was very accurate. Almost always done the center of the uprights.
    Past that I'd say James Brooks running back Bengals and Carson Palmer.

    Baseball I love Jose Rio Pitcher... had a mean fastball.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NY_Angie View Post
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    NASCAR = Jeff Gordon
    I was a Bill Elliot Fan myself. Reserved...but could he drive and the white brothers sure could build ford engines back in the mid 80's....

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    I would have loved to see what a healthy Mario Lemieux could have done across a full career.

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    Marius pudjnaski-strongman
    Dos Santos Jr-mma fighter
    Mike tyson-boxer
    Stone cold Steve Austin
    That's the bottom line
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    Quote Originally Posted by CowboyPump77 View Post
    I was a Bill Elliot Fan myself. Reserved...but could he drive and the white brothers sure could build ford engines back in the mid 80's....
    I loved watching NASCAR with my father. We even went to the Pocono 500 a couple of times - WOW its absolutely exhilarating in person.

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    Barry Bonds when he was fully juiced.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CowboyPump77 View Post
    Spent many a day watching him play. By far one of the best teams ever was the Reds when they won the world series in 1990 SWEEEEEPPPP BEEEEYATCHS!!!!

    I also got to enjoy the Bengals in the 80's... Specifically the 1988 team that went to the Super Bowl and should have won. It was crazy in smaller city and small outlying towns to have two really good teams at the time. As a kid I was in awe. Now I loathe sports because they forget what they were to people.

    Probably my Fav Player was Jim Breech Field Goal Kicker. He was 5 ft 3 and still could hit a 50 yarder (barely lol but he did it) He was very accurate. Almost always done the center of the uprights.
    Past that I'd say James Brooks running back Bengals and Carson Palmer.

    Baseball I love Jose Rio Pitcher... had a mean fastball.
    Wire to wire baby!!! Rio was a badass then throw in the nasty boys. That whole reds team was great. Ron Gant breaking the bat on his back was memorable

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob the builder View Post
    Barry Bonds when he was fully juiced.
    Agreed. I still think Lance Armstrong holds the title as #1 juicer tho from my era.

    As far as favorites too watch

    Tyson (POS human but boy could he punch lol)
    Fedor Emelianenko (not the most impressive physique but the heaviest hands around for a while)
    Ronnie Lott (some of the most devestating hits ever) and mentally unstable
    Ray Lewis (until he committed murder)
    Rickey Henderson (entertaining too say the least) also quite an odd ball

    Now that I look back on this list, these guys were some of the all time greats in their sports and we're all fucking nut jobs..go figure!

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    Quote Originally Posted by weazel View Post
    Marius pudjnaski-strongman
    Dos Santos Jr-mma fighter
    Mike tyson-boxer
    Stone cold Steve Austin

    That's the bottom line
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    Barry Sanders
    Bo Jackson
    Allen Iverson
    Chris Spielman
    Matt Hughes
    Dominic Hasek
    To name a few
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    Quote Originally Posted by CowboyPump77 View Post
    I was a Bill Elliot Fan myself. Reserved...but could he drive and the white brothers sure could build ford engines back in the mid 80's....
    Davey Allison and the 28 havoline Yates racing car were my favorite in Nascar.

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