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  • QOTD: Who is the best athlete in the world?
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# 1 PVarck31 @ 04/03/08 08:27 AM
QOTD: I would say right now its Lebron James.
 
# 2 callmetaternuts @ 04/03/08 08:34 AM
Whats up? Another day at work, only 394820384230 more to go

QOTD: Its hard to argue for or against someone, but id have to say Tiger. Dude's a machine. But youd have to watch certain peopple play various sports to determine, could be a fun show
 
# 3 boomhauertjs @ 04/03/08 08:38 AM
My wife just called to tell me she got a very nice raise for next school year, so that got the day off to a good start.

QOTD: Gotta go with LeBron. A guy his size should not be as fast or agile as he is.
 
# 4 cake612 @ 04/03/08 08:45 AM
QOTD: wow great question, I look at it as straight up athletic ability, not most successful person who plays sports. A guy like Rick Ankiel comes to mind. He may be a head case but being able to be a successful MLB pitcher then basically starting over again and a couple years later becoming a solid Centerfielder is an amazing athletic feat. I'll stay true to my hockey roots though and go with Evgeni Malkin. Hockey players are the best athletes in the world and right now I think Malkin is the best in the NHL. Give him a year maybe two of non stop training and practice and I bet he could play any sport.
If best means most successful then it's probably Tiger.
 
# 5 racerx @ 04/03/08 08:50 AM
QOTD: Kobe Bryant
 
# 6 Behindshadows @ 04/03/08 09:41 AM
QOTD - Kobe Bryant - He just wows!!! me!!! Each game even when they lose, he does something spectacular! Before him, it was definitely Jordan!
 
# 7 Acid @ 04/03/08 11:12 AM
QOTD: Cristiano Ronaldo, easily.
 
# 8 SPTO @ 04/03/08 11:20 AM
QOTD: MassNole brings up a good point so i'm going to break my answer down in two categories.

Living athlete: Muhamed Ali, The guy was singlehandedly the best boxer i've ever seen. If he wasn't robbed of those 5 years in his prime I daresay his legacy would be even greater then it already is.

Athlete today: Lebron, mark my words folks once he becomes more focused and has better players around him we'll be talking about Lebron the way we talk about Michael Jordan.
 
# 9 Scott @ 04/03/08 11:37 AM
QOTD: Tiger
 
# 10 nyisles16 @ 04/03/08 11:44 AM
QOTF - Tiger
 
# 11 rspencer86 @ 04/03/08 12:08 PM
QOTD: Tiger Woods. The definition of dominance.

Speaking of Tigers, I'm excited for the Royals game today as they go for a 3-game sweep of Detroit to open the season!
 
# 12 SportsAce @ 04/03/08 12:11 PM
QOTD: Tiger Woods.
 
# 13 The GIGGAS @ 04/03/08 12:23 PM
Quote:
Originally Posted by cake612
QOTD: wow great question, I look at it as straight up athletic ability, not most successful person who plays sports. A guy like Rick Ankiel comes to mind. He may be a head case but being able to be a successful MLB pitcher then basically starting over again and a couple years later becoming a solid Centerfielder is an amazing athletic feat. I'll stay true to my hockey roots though and go with Evgeni Malkin. Hockey players are the best athletes in the world and right now I think Malkin is the best in the NHL. Give him a year maybe two of non stop training and practice and I bet he could play any sport.
If best means most successful then it's probably Tiger.
I don't know how successful Ankiel was as a pitcher...
 
# 14 Acid @ 04/03/08 12:28 PM
Rick Ankiel!?

If people watched actual football, this would be a Cristiano Ronaldo landslide right now. Dude's a machine.
 
# 15 Scott @ 04/03/08 12:29 PM
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Originally Posted by The GIGGAS
I don't know how successful Ankiel was as a pitcher...
Ankiel was dominant haha....13-10 3.90 ERA
 
# 16 rspencer86 @ 04/03/08 12:31 PM
Quote:
Originally Posted by Acid
Rick Ankiel!?

If people watched actual football, this would be a Cristiano Ronaldo landslide right now. Dude's a machine.
That would require watching soccer.
 
# 17 Acid @ 04/03/08 12:34 PM
Quote:
Originally Posted by rspencer86
That would require watching soccer.
Yeah, it would suck watching the world's most popular sport.
 
# 18 nyisles16 @ 04/03/08 12:36 PM
Quote:
Originally Posted by Acid
Yeah, it would suck watching the world's most popular sport.
world, yes.. US - it's like watching paint dry
 
# 19 rspencer86 @ 04/03/08 12:37 PM
Quote:
Originally Posted by Acid
Yeah, it would suck watching the world's most popular sport.
Well, the world can keep it. I've just never been able to get into soccer.

I have allowed myself to watch some clips of Cristiano on YouTube. Yeah, he's pretty good.
 
# 20 Acid @ 04/03/08 12:38 PM
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Originally Posted by nyisles16
world, yes.. US - it's like watching paint dry
Simple solution, don't watch MLS.
 

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