Athletes have the tendency for letting us know when their fuses are running short.
Allen Iverson. Jim Mora. Dennis Green.
These guys were not happy with what was going on around them and they let us hear about it.
These rants are often replayed for the humiliation of the speaker. However, those athletes were never regretting what they said more than at the birth of the YouTube era.
With the birth and growing popularity of YouTube has come more than a few people willing to mess around with athlete outbursts.
The first that comes to mind is DJ Steve Porter, but he is far from the only online DJ.
Without further adieu, I give you the 10 best athlete press hops/songs on the internet. Enjoy!
We ain't talkin' about practice anymore, are we Al?
At least there's some benefits to Brett Favre's extreme selfishness and inability to make up his mind- Awesome YouTube remixes.
This song describes T.O so perfectly, it's almost humorous. This should be played at his retirement, Hall-of-Fame Induction, funeral, and every other important moment in his life.
O.J Simpson is the man. No if's, and's, or but's about it.
Here's a remix on what is in my opinion the most underrated rant in sports history. Mike Singeltary delivered one of the most intimidating yet inspiring speeches of all-time in a rant.
That's saying something.
I've always wondered who exactly Dennis Green thought the Bears were... A dominant defense with a peewee quarterback?
This automatically made the list with its first line. T-Woody all day.
The original press hop by the best audio man on YouTube-DJ Steve Porter.
One of the few things more enjoyable than Girls Gone Wild-NFL Coaches Gone Wild.
Who could top the last two videos but the man who created them himself-DJ Steve Porter. He's the MJ of making press hops, he never lets anyone else have a chance.