The Greatest, The Champ, The Louisville Lip, Muhammad Ali is considered one of the most iconic and enthusiastic boxers in history. Ever curious as to how he became one of the most recognizable names in sports, and what beliefs led him to be 'The Greatest'? Find out what key traits made this wise boxer so legendary...
Michael Jordan is considered the greatest man to ever play the game of basketball, as he has won 6 NBA championships. One of the most idolized athletes of all time, Michael is the definition of success, but failure was a huge key and pivotal turning point on his journey to the hall of fame.
Messi has been doing the impossible ever since he was born with a growth hormone deficiency back in Argentina. Although he was almost always the shortest on the field, his mindset was the tallest so to speak. Today, he is possibly the greatest footballer of all time, yet he remains humble, poised and passionate as always. He states he we will retire when he no longer has fun doing it.
The Great One was always talented in hockey due to his desire for the game and his confident mindset. As a kid, he was so good that other parents would often boo him, but Gretzky did not let the haters get to him, even at that young age. Today, he is considered the greatest player to ever have played hockey, and the #99 jersey will never be worn by another again.
Kobe Bryant's success story was one of destiny. He was a basketball fanatic as a 3 year old, who grew up loving the LA Lakers, no wonder he ended up there. Kobe would watch videos, study the game and learn tricks from his father who was once an NBA player himself. Kobe was so aligned with making the NBA, it was just a matter of time...
Find out how a garbage man and a true science nerd at heart who almost considered a career as a palaeontologist became the best pound for pound fighter in the world. Georges St-Pierre had the mental preparation and mastered his art to perfection, find out how he did it, and what he believes was the key ingredients to success in the Octagon.
Derrick Rose was born in the rough neighborhoods of Chicago where poverty and violence were a common thing. Rather then allowing it to be an excuse, he let it fuel him. Rose has an unmatchable work ethic along with a fierce level of confidence in himself which certainly led him to be the youngest MVP alongside Jordan.