Not Top Ten Teeth in Sports
My brother, after a long and difficult journey, got into dental school last night. As a celebration of this momentous event, I have found the 10 best teeth in sports. My brother, the future dentist, was of course consulted in the selection. Enjoy!
The famous linebacker who anchored the Pittsburgh Steelers “Steel Curtain” in the 1970s wore a partial denture in public for his 4 missing front teeth. Thankfully for us, he didn’t wear the dentures during games.
I’m pretty sure his teeth say “Beast Mode”. That’s all you need to know.
Oh, the gold teeth weren’t enough for you? Well then here’s a giant gap for your satisfaction.
There can’t be a list about teeth without talking about the King of the Grill.
His ridiculous-looking face notwithstanding, his teeth are different sizes. I’m pretty sure that’s not right.
Something about Ovechkin’s gap-toothed grin is so charming.
We can all rest assured that the most famous gap in all of football will still fill our living rooms. Strahan has returned to the broadcast booth.
Quinton “Rampage” Jackson
I guess a messed up mouth comes with the territory in the UFC, so might as well front the issue with a crazy grill.
Jerome “Junkyard Dog” Williams
This former NBA garbage man looks like he might have been chewing metal down at the old junkyard.
William “The Refridgerator” Perry
With a nickname like the Fridge, you’ve got bigger problems than your teeth. But his lovable gap-toothed smile is one of the lasting images of the greatest team in NFL history, the 1985-1986 Chicago Bears.