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Discussion in 'Sports Bar' started by cedented, Feb 22, 2018.
Again, we are talking global not USA only...why is that so difficult to understand.
Please add this man to the list. Thanks.
Typical European (inferiority complex) mentality: can't follow a simple logical argument because of his need to underestimate the American intellect in order to assuage his own wounded ego.
This wasn't my argument at all. Mine was an argument of global recognition rates. You might try following the crumbs I laid out for you using that classic low-brow thing called "evidence". Hell, I even cited a German polling body.
High horses, alright.
Meanwhile, Jordan inspired a global revolution that saw basketball become the most popular sport in China. #1. Boxing never sniffed that.
Jordan >>>>>>>>>> Ali
ali, fucking duh
And of course, that's not true.
no love for Knute Rockne?
Youre talking from your ass.
MJ is known world wide regardless of his shoes.
I don't get it. It doesn't even matter if they are. That's still a "sports icon".
David Beckham is the most famous soccer star in history as far as I've been able to discern. Didn't even make the poll.
muricans, your points of view really make me laugh.
By all means back your stupid ass argument with something.
I think you forgot one
Steve Young. GOAT and the nicest guy ever.
Yeah, clearly I'm the one who somehow "needs" to show superiority...
The simple fact that Jordan is famous in countries that don't even barely play basketball should say something.
Not your fault the EuropeCans can't understand science bruv. Goodness knows you're doing your best to teach them tho.
While being blackballed from the league has prevented him from having the athletic accolades some of the others on the list do, as an overall worldwide FIGURE Kaepernick is probably 2nd only to Ali