5 Athletes Most 'Mad' Throughout History

5 Athletes Most 'Mad' Throughout History: A. Jack Johnson (boxer)


Jack Johnson (1878-1946) not only won the first black heavyweight, but also pave the way for future athletes to talk dirty and beat a white woman in an era where you could be put to death when doing so. Jack Johnson was an influential figure for Muhammad Ali.

After becoming champion, missed an open media figure "White Boxer" who can beat him, and restore racial hierarchy back to its original order in which whites are at the very top and black underneath.

Undefeated former champion James J. Jeffries returned from retirement to fight Johnson, to satisfy the white masses. In the "Fight of the Century," Johnson makes Jeffries gave up on the round-15.

Outside the ring, Johnson hobby is sports car racing and travel around the world. He has gold teeth and stick m ucikari where the handle is made of gold and always had a pet leopard to the streets.

He spent his life as a jazz musician, nightclub owner in Chicago, a stage actor, working harbor, reef fishing, bull fighters, volunteer secret agent in World War I to the Government of the United States and as beer sales.

He is also a legendary eater and drinker (and spend a night in Russia to fight drinking with Rasputin).

It should be noted that all the above mentioned is not a lie, and not a joke. Yes, he had become a bull fighter! Johnson has an impressive life. Johnson had any contact with the Moulin Rouge star, German spy Mata Hari, a sex symbol like Lupe Velez and Mae West.

Dated October 18, 1912, Johnson was arrested because it deals with Lucille Cameron. It is a violation of the Mann Act article "Moving beyond the boundaries of women into the country for immoral purposes".

Cameron is thought to be a prostitute. Cameron, who became his second wife, refused to cooperate and the case is completed. Less than one month of the incident, Johnson was arrested with the same offense. This time, a woman, another prostitute named Belle Schreiber, who has been living together in 1909 and 1910, testified against Johnson.

In the Kenesaw Mountain Landis courtroom, Johnson was convicted by a jury of all white people in June 1913, despite the fact that all incidents are used to punish him before the issuance of Mann Act. He was sentenced for one year and one day.


2. John brisker (Basketball Player)


John brisker (born June 15, 1947, in Detroit, Michigan) is an American professional basketball player who disappeared in Uganda in April 1978. He was officially declared dead in 1985.

Playing in the ABA (American Basketball Assocation) 70s, full of fist fights, and full of atmosphere funktastic is a good way to be cool at that time. But more than just cool and behave badly, we are talking about John brisker.

Even within a league, because the offense involved brisker fight fist fights that are affected by cocaine use. As a result of his actions, the head referee gave Dallas Chapparalls fine of $ 500 to brisker.

Not just the opposing team who are victims of anger brisker. I was so mad, his own team had to hire people to control it. During practice, coach Dick Tinkham bring a former football player who works to relieve brisker than when the transgressors.

A brisker feel stronger now, the football player said he would go to the locker room to retrieve a weapon. Brisker not feel troubled by it, let the football players to go into the locker and take his gun. Tinkham decided to cancel the exercises for one day.

Being a top figure in the ABA will not make you immune to the wrath brisker. Because in 1971, shortly after the All-Star game, league commissioner brisker Jack Dolph approached and asked for a bonus All-Star on the spot.

Instead of having to bonyok, Dolph directly pay brisker $ 300 from his own wallet. Imagine what if Kobe Bryant played in the ABA and his face was beaten by John brisker simply because they do not want unrivaled.

In 1978, brisker go to Uganda, as a guest mercenaries or Idi Amin, or both. After the month of April in that year, he was never heard from again. The speculation is that he was executed by firing squad.

Another theory is that he managed to escape the firing squad, changed his name and his diary adapted into the film Shaft in Africa.


3. Jack Youngblood (American Football Player)


Jack Youngblood is one of the wildest player in American football field. Playing in 201 games as the last row for the Los Angeles Rams for 14 years.

Unusual for him is how can he keep playing with your feet really hurt. In 1979, when playing against Dallas, Jack Youngblood hit by his opponent and his calf bone "like a broken pencil."

While almost all the players must accept the fact that at that season they will fail and will Youngblood young retirement due to injury, but instead he casts his legs and pull out the pads to play in the NFC championship game one week later.

And then a week later to play again in the Super Bowl. Subsequent years, Youngblood said, "Look, there was a lot of knife embedded in his leg. But I do not want to have it worse."

One week later he competed in the Pro Bowl, an annual friendly game meaningless and always crossed by hundreds of players. Youngblood said, "You must not miss these opportunities."


4. Rulon Gardner (American wrestler)


Rulon Gardner (born August 16, 1971) was an Olympic athlete who competed in the Olympic games in 2000, by winning the gold medal in the sport wrestling Greco-Roman wrestler after beating Russia Alksandr Karelin, who has never been beaten for 13 years in international competition.

The match between Gardner with John Candy against Karelin is like a giant bear in the outdoors. Olympic victory alone is not enough milk Mormon businessmen farmers classify this as a truly incredible.

And in fact he just won a bronze medal at the next Olympics. However, that makes it remarkable is that he played with a toe amputated due to frostbite diamputasinya. That makes it as extraordinary.

Tip of the amputated leg was the result of frostbite when stranded on a trip in the wilderness after the snow car breaking down. Several years earlier, while still in school, he was struck by an arrow in class performances. In 2004, he was hit by a car while he was riding a motorcycle.

Recent events (and spectacular) which almost killed Rulon was in 2007, he survived a plane crash. Gardner and two others were on a plane when the Cirrus SR-22 is sunk into a lake.

As a result, the trio swam about 1 hour and then had to survive the night without fire or shelter below freezing temperatures. It is really tough!


5. Ted Williams (Baseball Players)


Theodore Samuel "Ted" Williams (August 30, 1918 - July 5, 2002) is a professional baseball player and manager of the Americas. Simply put, Ted Williams is an American who is really a male.

He wants to be top scorer in the game of baseball, and refused any kind, including two world wars, the way. He cursed like a sailor, refused to wear a tie and write a hotel room number on the ball, signed for pretty girls.

On the final day of 1941 season, he refused to sit on the bench, although he has an average that should be hitting .39955 rounded to .400.

Achievement that has never been achieved at that time. However, Williams refused to sit down and play in the second game of doubleheader. He managed to score six of the eight occasions, and finished the season with a .406. No one has ever scored .400. Thereafter.

Williams career hampered by the war not once, but twice. During World War II, although classified 3-A, he finally entered the military voluntarily.

Williams could have received the agreement easier to play on the baseball team at the camp, however, he instead entered the V-5 program to be a pilot for the Navy. He spent nearly four years of playing baseball when serving.

Eight years later, he called to the Marines. Once again rejected an offer to play baseball with a seductive, Williams flew 39 missions into the war, survived a plane crash and is good enough to play its role as asistenn John Glenn.

After his retirement, and mastered baseball and war, Williams decided to complete the holy trinity in the first half of this century to become one of the largest deep-sea fishing.

He is very clever, so go to the International Game Fish Association Hall of Fame level with Ernest Hemingway and S. Kip Farrington. Although he died in 2002, the most remarkable moments of Williams has not arrived. Because shortly after died, his body, or at least his head, frozen kriogenis.

Sources:
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5 Athletes Most 'Mad' Throughout History