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Most Dominant Individual In Sports (when they are on/playing their best)

View Poll Results: Most Dominant (when playing their best)
Tiger Woods - Golf 34 12.41%
Sidney Crosby - Hockey 10 3.65%
Justin Verlander - Baseball 4 1.46%
Peyton Manning - Football 1 0.36%
LeBron James - Basketball 51 18.61%
Lionel Messi - Soccer 113 41.24%
Michael Phelps - Swimming 61 22.26%
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03-10-2013, 03:14 PM
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Most Dominant Individual In Sports (when they are on/playing their best)

Simply put, who is the most dominant athlete in all of sports when they are in the zone.

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Tiger Woods - Golf
Sidney Crosby - Hockey
Justin Verlander - Baseball
Payton Manning - Football
Lebron James - Basketball
Lionel Messei - Soccer
Michael Phelps - Swimming

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Michael Phelps.

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Michael Phelps.

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Everyone hates TW now but he was one dominant guy. I don't watch swimming so I can't comment on MP.

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Messi. No doubt about it.

Five years ago Phelps would have been my answer.

I'd put Bolt at #2 atm.

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Easily Michael Phelps.

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Le Bron, the french basketball star.

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ummm Rodgers and Brady > Peyton

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Messi, then James not that far behind.

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Tiger woods. A long time ago.

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Manning and Verlander aren't the most dominate players in their sports.

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Never heard the baseball guys name before, so no idea about him, and don't know much about Peyton, but I think the gap between Messi Crosby and LeBron is pretty small.

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Messi scored 75 goals last season, and now already have 40 goals this season, the closest competition is C.Ronaldo who has 26 goal so far. And he is doing it in the biggest sport in the world. When Ovechkin scored 65 goals a couple of years ago it was amazing, but Messi score 75!!! in football where scoring is much lower its crazy and he has won 4 straight FIFA Ballon d'Or already, when he retire he could be the best footballer ever.

But i must say i have no idea who those Baseball or NFL players are so its hard for me to compare with them. But compare to Crosby, Messi is much more dominant in his sport

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Adrian Peterson >>>>> P. Manning.

QB wise: Brady > P. Manning.

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Tiger Woods has had the most dominant peak for sure.

But nowadays, it's probably Messi.

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Phelps AINEC just so much ahead of every other swimmer.

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Phelps
messi

Woods

James

Crosby


Manning



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