Canelo Álvarez is a four division world champion boxer. He currently holds the WBA, The Ring & Lineal Middleweight Titles as well as the WBA Super Middleweight Title. With a career record of 56-1-2, he is currently the best active pound for pound fighter as named by BoxRec, The Ring, the TBRB, and the Boxing Writers Association of America. Born on the outskirts of Guadalajara, he started boxing when he was 13 years old.
Eddie George played nine NFL seasons all but one of which with the Titans franchise in both Houston and Tennessee. A four-time Pro-Bowler and member of the 2000 All-Pro Team, George rushed for over 1000 yards in all but two of his seasons in the NFL. Born in Philadelphia, PA, George went to college at THE Ohio State University where as a senior he gained over 2000 yards from scrimmage on his way to winning the Heisman Trophy. In the 1996 NFL Draft, he was drafted in the first round by the Houston Oilers. That year, he was named NFL Rookie of the Year. From 1996 to 2003, he was the starting tailback for every Oilers/Titans game. He became only the second running back in NFL history to rush for 10,000 Yards while never missing a start, joining Jim Brown. He currently holds 28 Titans Franchise Records and was elected to the college football Hall of Fame in 2011.
Hall of Famer Andre Reed spent 16 season in the NFL, with 15 of those spent with the Buffalo Bills. He was a 7 time Pro Bowler and made the All-Pro Second Team three times. Originally from Allentown, PA, Reed was a 4th round draft pick in the 1985 NFL Draft out of Kutztown University. As a key member of a Buffalo Bills team that made it to four straight Super Bowls, Reed now finds himself in the top 20 all-time in terms of major receiving stats: Receptions (951), Yards (13,198) & Receiving Touchdowns (87). Known to be an extremely durable player, he played in 234 games from 1985-2000; twelfth most in the NFL during that span. He is also third all-time in Super Bowl receptions and third all-time in Super Bowl receiving yards. In Buffalo, he may be most beloved for his role in “The Comeback.” With Buffalo trailing 35-3 in the third quarter of their playoff game against the Houston Oilers, Reed caught 3 second half TDs to help lead the Bills to victory
Chace Crawford is an American Actor best known for his role on The CW’s drama series Gossip Girl. Originally from Lubbock, Texas, he landed his first big screen acting role in 2006 in The Covenant. In 2015, he landed the lead role in ABC’s short lived series Blood and Oil. Most recently he can be seen in the Amazon Prime comic book series The Boys and the feature film The Inheritance.
After making his MLB debut in 2003, Chase Utley played 16 season in Major League Baseball. He made six All-Star teams, won four silver slugger awards and won the 2008 World Series with the Philadelphia Phillies. After his time with the Phillies, he played four seasons with the LA Dodgers before retiring. He has the record for most World Series HRs by a second baseman with seven and holds the record for most stolen bases in the regular season without getting caught. He has also participated in seven no-hitters and been on the winning side of four of them. Drafted in 1997 by the LA Dodgers, he turned down a major league contract to play college ball at UCLA where he earned first-team All-American honors. The second time around he was drafted by the Phillies in the first round of the 2000 MLB Draft
Troy Mullins started golfing in 2008 and in 2012 qualified for her first Long Drive Championship. That year she placed second in her very first event. She won her first event in 2017 and made it to three semifinals in 2018. In 2017 she set a then record with a drive of 402 yards in competition. While in college, she was a heptathlete at Cornell University. Her father Billy Mullins was set to represent the Team USA at the 1980 Olympics, until the United States boycott prevented it.
She can be found on Instagram @troycmullins
Brandon McManus has been the placekicker for the Denver Broncos for six seasons. He was also a member of their Super Bowl 50 championship team. That year he set a Broncos post-season franchise record with 10 field goals. Prior to his time in Denver he was signed as an undrafted free agent by the Indianapolis Colts and also spent a preseason with the NY Giants. While at Temple, he set the career records for points score (338), FGs Made (60), FGs attempted and punting average.
As a professional boxer from 1992 to 2008, De La Hoya won multiple world titles in six different weight classes. After winning the Gold Medal at the Barcelona Olympics at the age of 19, he earned the nickname The Golden Boy. The Ring magazine named him the Fighter of the Year in 1995 and also ranked him as the top rated Pound for Pound fighter in both 1997 and 1998. As a fighter he generated over $700 Million in PPV revenue, third most all-time. Outside of the ring he founded Golden Boy Promotions in 2002, a promotional firm that also owns a 25% stake in the Houston Dynamo. In 2018, he started promoting MMA fights as well.
Total Fights: 45
Wins by KO: 30
As the lead play-by-play voice for Fox Sports’ NFL & MLB coverage, Joe Buck has been a sports broadcast staple for over two decades. Over the course of his career, he has called six Super Bowls and 22 World Series. A Seven-Time Emmy Award Winner, Buck has been the lead NFL voice since 2002, and the lead MLB voice since 1996. He has called 21 MLB All-Star games and was on the mic when Mark McGwire hit his 62nd Home Run in 1998. In 1994, at the age of 25, Buck became the youngest announcer to call a full slate of NFL games on Network television. Before joining Fox in 1994, he was a local TV and radio announcer for the St. Louis Cardinals. The son of late broadcasting legend Jack Buck, Jack & Joe are the only father and son to each call the Super Bowl on network television.
A 15 season MLB veteran, Brian McCann made seven All-Star games before retiring after the 2019 season. A six-time Silver Slugger winner, McCann also won the 2017 World Series as a member of the Houston Astros. Over his 15 seasons, McCann played for 3 different teams, hit 282 Home Runs and had over 1000 RBIs. He ranks sixth all-time with over 12,000 putouts as a catcher.