The retired superstars of sports, if you ever happen to listen to what they have to say, will generally agree on one thing—they all think that the current players, in whatever respective league the former players played, have become way too friendly with one another.
Just ask the man in the picture above. Reggie Miller epitomizes the old NBA—the league where players trash-talked non-stop and truly despised their rivals, publicly and privately.
John Starks refused to shake Miller's hand before a game and once was ejected for head butting him. All this because Reggie knew how to get in his head. But it was more than that; these two weren't only rivals on the court. Their difficult relationship, which is as gentle of a way as possible to coin what they had, transcended the game and became personal.
Now? LeBron James and Chris Paul hug before their marquee games, and praise the other consistently in public.
It's not only in the NBA, obviously, as rivalries like the Packers-Bears, UNC-Duke and Yankees-Red Sox have become more of a rivalry between the fans than the players.
Yet, every now and then, we still see some enemies in the games—people that truly don't like each other, and not only when they're facing one another.
Add that to the numerous hatreds back in the day, and there are quite a lot.
Thus, I present to you the worst enemies in sports...