Top 6 Most Epic Moments Of Sports Rage

In order to be excellent in professional sports, you need to have the athletic ability, drive, and the ability to maintain performance under extreme pressure. However, sometimes the pressure to be the best also takes away the part of you that’s responsible for self control. Professional athletes are no strangers to expressions of rage that sometimes that rage comes in the worst of situations. We’ve searched the internet and found the top 6 most epic moments of rage displayed in various sports events in the list below.

6. Shoe-Throwing Golfers
Golf is generally thought of as a calm and collected game, but Spanish golfer Sergio Garcia brings the fun to the golf courses around the world. His most famous tantrum goes back to 1999’s World Match Play Wentworth tournament where, after missing a shot, Garcia took off his shoes and threw it to the spectator area. When he got the shoe back, he threw it again, this time narrowly missing the head of match referee John Grant.

5. Jose Offerman’s Bat Attack
Jose Offerman, a former All-Star baseball player, lost his temper by swinging his bat towards his opponent instead of the ball. During his attempted assault, he managed to crack his team mate in the head with the baseball bat. It caused his team mate to retire and suffer permanent headaches.

4. Mike Tyson Bites Evander Holyfield’s Ear
Mike Tyson crossed the line during 1997’s World Boxing Association heavyweight title fight in Las Vegas, NV. Tyson was losing, already suffered quite a few bad punches when he caught his opponent in a grip and bit his ear, tearing out a portion. After being warned by a judge, he then bit again before he was finally disqualified.

3. Izzy Alcantara’s Face Kick
When Pawtucket Red Sox and the Scranton/Wilkes-Barre Red Barons met in 2001, it resulted with the Red Sox player Izzy Alcantara taking his revenge on the Red Barons pitcher Blas Cedeno by kicking him hard in the face. What prompted Alcantara to act that way was the fact that Cedeno brushed his back with his hand. The whole scene ended with Alcantara throwing several punches before both teams joined in to the brawl.

2. Zenedine Zidane’s Headbutt
The most famous football moment in history must be Zenedine Zidane losing his temper in the 2006 World Cup when he headbutted the Italian player Marco Materazzi. His head kick came after Materazzi insulted Zidane’s sister and left Materazzi laying on the ground. Zidane received a red card for his actions.

1. Ron Artest’s Basketball Brawl
In 2004, the Detroit Pistons were on the cusp of losing to their division rivals, the Indiana Pacers. But before the game could end, Pistons center Ben Wallace was punched in the back by the Pacers’ Ron Artest. It proceeded with Wallace responding with a punch of his own to Artest’s throat. The teams, and even the fans got involved, throwing punches. The brawl lasted for two minutes and ended with nine players getting suspended for a total of 150 games.


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