Hockey’s premier playmaker, Gretzky, dazzled fans with his precise puck handling and penchant for setting up teammates. Gretzky has made several appearances on TV, including “Dance Fever” celebrity judge. The gorgeous hockey player acted in a dramatic role alongside Victor Newman in “The Young and the Restless” in 1981. In 2016, he even appeared in a cameo on a Christmas episode of “The Simpsons.”
The NHL has only seen four 200-point seasons by a single player – of course, Gretzky did it all four times. In fact, “The Great One” has nine of the top 11 scoring seasons in NHL history. Accompanied by his four Stanley Cup victories, Gretzky is the most accomplished player in league history.
Mike Trout - MLB
The young, gorgeous, and promising center field Trout has never finished worse than fourth in AL MVP voting. In 2019, he signed a 12-year, $426 million contract with the Angels, the richest contract in the history of North American Sports.
It may be early to say, but the Angels’ center fielder is definitely considered one of the greatest ones out there.
Scottie Pippen - NBA
Every great player needs the “Robin” to his “Batman.” Fortunately for Michael Jordan, his “Robin” also happens to be one of the greatest players ever to play the game - the gorgeous Scottie Pippen.
Pippen was a monster on the defensive end and yet manages to do it with such grace. He possessed the ability to guard multiple positions effectively. His unselfishness on offense also complemented Jordan well. Pippen mostly played within the flow of the offense. With that said, Pippen could score the basketball when called upon to do so.
Greg Louganis - Diving
Although he may look like a soap-opera star, Greg Louganis is one of the people on this list who quickly became something of a career Olympian. He had massive amounts of success at the games in 1976, 1984, and 1988.
The gorgeous diver has used his fame to become an activist for not only the LGBT community but for many other organizations that support many other causes.
Dwyane Wade - NBA
It’s challenging to overlook the impressive resume Wade has accrued over his 15 years in the league. With three championships and the title of the best player in Miami Heat history, Wade has proven that he can perform and win in a multitude of situations.
In his athletic prime, his slashing ability bore a strong resemblance to a 6-foot-4 version of Michael Jordan. As he has grown older, he’s adjusted his game to stay relevant - a prominent trait for an all-time great player.