23
Mar
09

The Great One Doesn’t Miss a Meal


prostars-gretzkySpring training received an extra bit of greatness on Friday when two of the greatest athletes of all time, Muhammad Ali and Wayne Gretzky, came by to watch some of the game between the Royals and Dodgers. Unfortunately, we’ve grown accustomed to seeing Ali not as the world knew him as an athlete but now more a victim of his Parkinson’s.

At least Ali has a horribly debilitating illness as an excuse, Gretzky also looked awful, and all he’s been doing is owning an NHL team and hanging out. He certainly looks well-past his playing weight of 185; now the Great One looks more like the Great Buffet Eater. Look at that belly, is running the Phoenix Coyotes really that stressful? I get that you’ve been retired for 10 years now, but c’mon, get on the ol’ elliptical machine once in a while, Wayne, because this is NOT your best look. It’s a long ways from the Pro Stars days I suppose…


3 Responses to “The Great One Doesn’t Miss a Meal”


  1. 1 Daniel
    March 23, 2009 at 11:37 am

    What’s with the hair? Where did the golden boy’s golden locks go?? He looks like some guy who gets his picture published in the local paper for not paying child support.

  2. 2 shatraw
    March 23, 2009 at 12:24 pm

    he’s definitely got that “Men who look like old lesbians” about him…

  3. 3 Steve
    March 23, 2009 at 12:53 pm

    If that’s your idea of fat, try going to a mall sometime.


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