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Marciano1
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Boxing: Floyd Mayweather / Sergio Martinez





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Bench McElroy
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Boxing: Floyd Mayweather / Sergio Martinez



All-time: Sugar Ray Robinson / Muhammad Ali / Sugar Ray Leonard






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Lee to Toliver
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Arian foster





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HeadyBrosevelt
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Reggie Bush might be the best in college football history





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SaintCajun
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Baseball has gotta be Robinson Cano.


It's almost like he doesn't even try and he's still good






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Vicks Kennel Club
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Basketball: Chris Paul
Football: Peyton Manning
Baseball: Ryan Braun
Soccer: Cristiano Ronaldo (all-time could be Michael Laudrup)






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Mephistopheles
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In soccer I'd say Ronaldinho because the guy was just ridiculous. So many tricks. Messi is great to watch but he's not a deliberate entertainer.





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Srbtiger06
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Baseball: Cano. Half the time it looks like he doesn't give a shite...which could be the case anyway.

Football: If I had to pick one, Brees. Personally, I love watching him and I'm not even a saints fan.

Basketball: Nash in his prime. Don't watch enough recently to have an opinion.

Soccer: Messi. CRon or Aguero if we rule out Messi.







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GreatLakesTiger24
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Basketball: CP3, Steve Nash, Kobe, Kevin Durant
Football: Cam Newton, Lynch, RGIII, AD
Baseball: Cano, Granderson, Verlander
Soccer:Messi, I guess
Hockey: PAVEL DATSYUK






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VerlanderBEAST
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re: Best "style" in each sport


Boxing - Marco Antonio Barrera or Juan Manuel Marquez
MMA - Anthony Pettis
Football - Vince Young
Basketball - Allen Iverson
Hockey - Dominick Hask
Baseball - Pedro Martinez






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svb
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Football: Jamaal Charles
Basketball: an underrated one... Phil Pressey... Dude makes some sweet passes.
Soccer: Cristiano Ronaldo or in the past Zinedine Zidane LINK






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sgallo3
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i have to second the Zidane thing. i think his style is more successul, i dont think u can call messi a style its his ability that makes him insane.


gotta go with floyd for boxing, he's so technical






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HeadyBrosevelt
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Football - Vince Young


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HeadyBrosevelt
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Chris Paul is poetry in motion. It is just hard for me to watch him in a LAC jersey.

Ray Allen: beautiful 3
Antonio Cromarite: that one season with San Diego with 9 or whatevs picks was bonkerz






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bluebarracuda
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Tennis: Roger Federer


x1000000

The smoothest player I have ever seen. Dude doesn't break a sweat while playing






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joey barton
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Basketball: Kevin Durant
Soccer: Iniesta or Oezil
Football: I'm partial to Drew Brees






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beaverfever
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At his best I think dirk was my favorite player to watch. I always liked his style. Football all time is randy moss or Barry sanders.


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TigerintheNO
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Who has the playing style that is easiest on the eyes?

Baseball: Ken Griffey,Jr


From what I've seen Griffey was the best. But

DiMaggio did it while he was banging Marilyn Monroe,
to me that's like at 1940-50s cheat code-

-9 Time World Series Champion (1936, 1937, 1938, 1939, 1941, 1947, 1949, 1950, 1951)
- 56 game hitting streak
-3 MVPs (1938, '41, '47)
-1943, 1944, 1945= Military Service

2 decades later they are writing songs about him



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Sanchito
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Baseball: Ken Griffey,Jr
during my time of watching sports, I have never seen anyone make something that is so difficult look as easy as Griffey. The catches, the monster bombs, stealing bases, you name it, he was just a dog. I only wish he would have stayed healthy to see how he fared with the GOATs.






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Harry Caray
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Baseball: Ken Griffey,Jr


when I was a kid, everyone wanted to be like Jr. He was absolutely the shite and awesome to watch in the late 90s.

Soccer: hardly a Barça fan, but definitely Messi. That little dude can turn absolutely nothing into one of the finest goals you've seen on a regular basis.

Football: call me a homer, but Drew Brees has put together one of the most exciting, pass-based offenses in NFL history, and it's absolutely beautiful to watch. He takes fairly average receivers like Colston, Moore, Graham, and Henderson and creates a god damned machine.






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