Athletes Who Had More Crazy than Talent

Playing sports on professional basis always brings out some of the heroic or negative emotions in oneself. These may be cat fights or dog fights or ear fighting emotions.

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Many of the world renowned players have been found displaying all these types of emotions. Listed below are some players who were literally crazier than they had talent.

Top Ten Athletes Who Had More Crazy than Talent

#10. Dennis Rodman

Top Ten Athletes Who Had More Crazy than Talent

Next on Athletes Who Had More Crazy than Talent, He is threatening even without opening his mouth for the reason that he has so many facial piercings, hairstyles and tattoos. He was one of the best and top rebounders in NBA history. After the retirement from basketball he went into wrestling field and he took a part in the celebrity Apprentice.

#09. Plaxico Burress

Top Ten Athletes Who Had More Crazy than Talent

Next on Athletes Who Had More Crazy than Talent, He was suspended during one of a football season because he shot his leg accidentally. He put a gun in his pant and it accidentally went off, so he got injured. Moreover, Plaxico Burress served jail time and shockingly came back to play.

#08. Mike Tyson

Top Ten Athletes Who Had More Crazy than Talent

Next on Athletes Who Had More Crazy than Talent, Mike Tyson is really a crazy person he attempted to bite another boxer’s ear off and sort of succeeded since a little piece of the boxer’s ear was seen on the floor after this famed match which was held in 1997. After getting retirement from boxing he has also filed a case of bankruptcy, been to jail and been in the hangover. In his long career Mike Tyson has said a lot of inappropriate things which are not good to repeat.

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A huge sports buff. I always had a keen interest in the world of media, which eventually led me to join the advertising industry. However, i still wanted something else, something more. i wanted to fuse my love for sports, experience in media and desire for independent work environment.