Controversy casts a spotlight on sports legends, like tennis icon Serena Williams, soccer immortal Cristiano Ronaldo, and football’s Colin Kaepernick.
S01:E01 - Serena Williams
Serena Williams, is a sports legend, her titles are numerous, according to Forbes, the world’s most marketable female athlete who, on several occasions, has been the only woman on their list of one hundred highest paid athletes. Serena has become a hero to little girls and a leader for change, described by many of the younger generation as GOAT, slang for “greatest of all time”.
S01:E02 - Cristiano Ronaldo
Cristiano Ronaldo, has become synonymous with the sport which made him famous over a career which has, so far, only spanned less than two decades. While fans crave him, skyrocketing his social media presence and earnings beyond numbers ever seen before, his difficult temperament has made him significantly less friendships on the field.
S01:E03 - Colin Kaepernick
Colin Kaepernick has made fans and enemies around the world from on simple action - kneeling. This adopted record-setter whose fight against racial injustice put him at odds with the President of the United States has created a nation-wide protest movement that seemingly ostracized him from the sport he loves.
S01:E04 - Lionel Messi
Undeniably one of the greatest footballers in the history of the sport, Barcelona’s Lionel Messi has dominated the field for roughly half of his life. Despite a childhood illness that made performing at his best a constant challenge, Lionel’s broken records year after year to prove he is unlike any other player of the modern era.
S01:E05 - Stephen Curry
Steph Curry, has proven to be somewhat of a basketball prodigy. The six-time All-Star, two-time NBA Most Valuable Player and three-time NBA championship winner has for several years been his team’s star player and, despite his slender build, continuously breaks team and league records, while maintaining a rather humble and charitable life off the court.
S01:E06 - Connor McGregor
Conor McGregor is one of the Ultimate Fighting Championship’s greatest fighters whose records could impress even the most skeptical of his critics. Fighting since his youth, Conor rose through the ranks quickly before abruptly leaving the sport and making his many fans hungry for more. Aggressive in and out of the octagon, Conor’s motto could very well be “take no prisoners”.
S01:E07 - Floyd Mayweather
While Muhammad Ali may forever be known as the “greatest of all time”, with a professional career that boasts fifty wins and zero losses, he’s truly a force to be reckoned with. Born into a family of fighters, Floyd’s early exposure may have certainly played a large factor in his relentless power and technique, but it’s his drive to succeed that has pushed him beyond others.
S01:E08 - Tom Brady
The golden boy of the New England Patriots, Tom Brady has set nearly a dozen regular season records, twenty postseason records and almost twenty Super Bowl records all within a career of close to two decades. At forty two, Tom will be only a few years shy of the oldest quarterback in NFL history, and with no signs of slowing down, Tom surely has little time left amongst The Unknown.
S01:E09 - John Cena
John Cena is nothing short of a god in human form. Becoming the Superman-ish symbol of the WWE. A true American hero and sweet boy underneath his hard, obnoxious, rapping exterior, John comes to shock and amaze no matter what the event, despite some around the globe yet to recognize his name, leaving him to remain amongst The Unknown.
S01:E10 - Lebron James
LeBron has accomplished more in his career so far than many players hope to achieve in their lifetime. But despite appearing on awards shows and television commercials, LeBron’s fanbase has only slowly started expanding globally, leaving him, for the time being, amongst The Unknown.
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