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Athletes You Don't Want To Meet In Real Life

Sports stars are true heroes, the best of the best, excelling both at their chosen sport and at the complicated and important job of being role models to the millions of people who admire them. At least, they usually are.

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Athletes You Don't Want To Meet In Real Life

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    Sports Stars Who Treated Their Fans Like Trash - Grunge

    Sports Stars Who Treated Their Fans Like Trash - Grunge

    Sports stars are true heroes, the best of the best, excelling both at their chosen sport and at the complicated and important job of being role models to the millions of people who admire them. At least, they usually are.

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    Some athletes rise to the top of their sports and stay in the spotlight seemingly forever, like Michael Jordan, David Beckham, or Butterbean. Even after they retire, many of these high-profile sports stars stick around as coaches, or do color commentary on a sports network, or maybe become the spokesperson for auto insurance or some really snazzy gloves. But that isn't the destiny of every athlete. Some of them will take a step back from the limelight, and not always intentionally, because life can throw you a curveball, even if you're a pitcher.

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