Ivan Drago "Rocky IV"
Drago sadly passed away in 2003 due to brain tumors brought on by years of using steroids. Until the time of his passing, he lived in the same nondescript Moscow apartment building as the singing "Trolololo" guy of Internet meme fame. His small tombstone reads:
Ivan Drago (1963-2003)
boxer who disgraced the Motherland
"If he dies, he dies."
"Wild Thing" Rick Vaughn "Major League"
Vaughn smartly capitalized on his sudden fame in light of the Indians' success by doing countless interviews and printing up and selling t-shirts with his various catchphrases on the front. For a period of time, he was the biggest star in all of America.
However, the public quickly tired of his shtick, realizing he is a massive douchebag, and he faded from the spotlight as fast as he entered it. Today he is essentially a pathetic, unemployed guy with an inordinate amount of Twitter followers.
All he needs is 5 days of ice.
Playlist 5 Hilariously Awesome Knockouts
Picture Championship Belt Tattoo
It's not nearly as bad an idea as his Star Wars underwear.
After 242,441 votes from more than 50 athlete options, here is who you determined to be the 25 Most Hated Athletes in history.
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All of the multi-syllable words were punched right out of his head.
Playlist May's 20 Funniest Sports Videos
Picture Ron Artest Meets His Crazy Equal
"Ron Artest's Punch-Out!!!" would be an awesome basketball game.
Should have been you, Carlos Mencia. Should have been you.