Alexander Karelin is the real-life equivalent of what you would get if you mixed Ivan Drago with Fedor Emelianenko and Zangief from Street Fighter II. He’s the single most dominant Greco-Roman wrestler of all time, and, if the picture below is any indication, one of the most goddamned frightening human beings of all time.
The last ever heavyweight prize fight in which the fighters went bare knuckle was between Jake Kilrain and John L Sullivan. Kilrain believed he could gradually wear out Sullivan but his trainer threw in the towel at the start of the 76th round, believing he would die if the fight continued.
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Ex-NFL Player Who Made $25 Million Quit Football At Age 29 To Become A Farmer to Donate to Food Pantry
In 2009, Jason Brown signed a five-year, $37.5 million contract with the St. Louis Rams that made him the highest-paid center in the NFL.
Five years later, after earning more than $25 million of that contract, Brown is a farmer who is helping to feed the hungry.
Brown is doing this to help the less fortunate. He grows sweet potatoes and other vegetables and donates his harvest to food pantries. According to the New & Observer, he has given away 46,000 pounds of sweet potatoes and 10,000 pounds of cucumbers this fall.
Alistair Brownlee gives up chance to win to help his exhausted younger brother Jonny over the finish line in the Triathlon World Series finale
Pure Class, he said after the race “It was a natural human reaction to my brother but for anyone I would have done the same thing. I think it’s as close to death as you can be in sport.”
And jokingly added
“I wish the flipping idiot had just paced it right and won the race. He could have jogged the last 2km.”
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Michal Jordan takes off from the free throw line and soars to a perfect score of 50 in the Slam Dunk Contest, 1988
Coach K’s letter to Michael Jordan after hearing he wouldn’t be coming to Duke, 1980