Eva Longoria Tony Parker Divorce: The Most Shocking Splits in Sports History
Even if you weren't a San Antonio Spurs fan, most guys were giving Tony Parker thumbs up when he began dating Eva Longoria.
The two have split after three years of marriage.
US Weekly reports that Tony had been texting another woman for over a year.
This isn't the first shocking divorce involving a professional athlete: Remember Tiger Woods anyone?
Many sports fans will also remember previous divorces involving boxer Mike Tyson and Robin Givens, golfer Greg Norman and wife Laura, and Michael Jordan's split with Juanita.
The money involved was astounding. Laura Norman received $107 million in their settlement, and Juanita Jordan got $168 million.
That's just scratching the surface.
Let's revisit what happened with some other notable divorces.
20. Tonya Harding and Jeff Gillooly
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The former US figure skater married Gillooly when she was a teenager.
It lasted just three years.
Harding later told of how she was abused, and that Gillooly threatened to break her legs and held a gun to her head.
Gillooly served six months in prison for his involvement in the attack on Harding's rival, skater Nancy Kerrigan.
Harding has participated in celebrity boxing matches since then, and was in the news as well for a rather comical call to 911.
19. Anna Kournikova and Sergei Fedorov
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The tennis star had been linked with several athletes, including the former Detroit Red Wings star.
Fedorov told ESPN.com back in 2003 they had been married, but "only briefly."
18. Chris Evert and Andy Mill
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Evert was married to Mill for 18 years, but the two divorced due to irreconcilable differences.
They each walked away okay: He got $7 million, a vacation home in Aspen worth $4 million and a Porsche; she got to keep the home in Palm Beach, and custody of their three kids.
Not long ago, Evert made headlines again when she married golfer Greg Norman, but that marriage was over before it really began.
17. Jason and Joumana Kidd
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The Dallas Mavericks point guard divorced his wife in 2007 after 10 years of marriage.
Kidd, who was then with the Nets, accused his wife of physical and mental abuse, and also said she threatened to file false reports of domestic violence with the police.
Pretty crazy stuff.
P.S. Both had been photographed together in a section of the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue featuring athletes and their wives.
16. Patrick Ewing and Rita Williams-Ewing
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The former New York Knicks center admitted to getting sexual favors from girls at an Atlanta strip club between 1996 and 1998.
There were also allegations of him being involved with a Knicks dancer.
15. Boris Becker and Barbara Becker
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The two divorced in 2001 after seven years of marriage.
The former tennis star haggled with his wife over custody issues (he was living in Germany, and she was with their sons in Florida).
At the time, he had asked a judge that the alimony and child support cases be done in private because of kidnapping and death threats against his two children.
14. Alex Rodriguez and Cynthia Rodriguez
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She had cited infidelity when the two divorced in 2008 after five years of marriage.
The Yankees third baseman had been linked to Madonna, and he had also been accused by his wife of "emotionally abandoning" her and their children.
Part of her request included getting their $12 million home in Florida.
13. Michael Strahan and Jean Strahan
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The former New York Giants star was accused of being abusive, and gay.
His wife had claimed he had an "alternative lifestyle."
When he announced their divorce in 2005, Michael Strahan said his wife had been taking money from him.
12. Dwyane Wade and Siohvaughn Wade
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The wife of the Miami Heat star claimed she endured years of physical and emotional abuse.
Since then, he has been linked with actress Gabrielle Union.
11. Andre Agassi and Brooke Shields
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The beloved tennis star falls for the beloved actress.
It was too good to be true, and the couple only last two years.
Shields later said, "We have the utmost love and respect for each other and will remain the best of friends."
Not as nasty as some other well-known splits, huh?
10. Vanessa Williams and Rick Fox
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The two had been apart for 18 months but made their divorce official in 2004.
It was noted then that the two had been living on opposite coasts.
Fox spent most of his career with the Los Angeles Lakers before being traded to the Celtics.
Williams, a singer/actress, was a former Miss America winner who'd had her title stripped from her after posing in Playboy.
9. John Daly and Sherrie Daly
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Marriage No. 4 came to an end for the golfer in October, 2006.
Daly filed a day after his wife did.
She had just completed a four month prison sentence in federal prison stemming from money received in an alleged drug and gambling ring.
8. Halle Berry and David Justice
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The actress and baseball star met in 1992, and she was the one who proposed.
The two married the following year, but the marriage last only three years.
Berry, who called Justice her "prince on a white horse" was later accused of getting upset when Justice would watch ESPN and thought he was cheating anytime she saw a picture of him with another woman.
7. Joe DiMaggio and Marilyn Monroe
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Two of this country's biggest cultural icons lasted only nine months.
There are stories that after Monroe's death, DiMaggio paid for her funeral expenses and that he'd hoped to get back together with her.
6. Mike Tyson and Robin Givens
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This had problems from the start.
Givens and the former heavyweight champion divorced, and she accused him of being abusive.
In Fox Sports' "Beyond the Glory" documentary, she told the story of how she was once hit so hard she bounced off two walls before falling to the floor.
5. John McEnroe and Tatum O'Neal
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The two had three children together but divorced in 1992 after six years of marriage.
McEnroe later remarried rocker Patty Smyth, and the two are still together.
He has talked openly about the volatile relationship with O'Neal, who he met at a party in 1984.
4. Lance Armstrong and Kristin Armstrong
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She was by his side as he returned from his battle with cancer to win seven Tour de France titles, but the two ended up divorcing.
Kristin Armstrong later published a book called "Happily Ever After: Walking with Peace and Courage Through a Year of Divorce."
3. OJ Simpson and Nicole Brown
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The former football star and Brown were married for seven years before they divorced.
She cited adultery and longtime abuse.
Of course, their relationship later made headlines around the world, and the Simpson murder trial became one of the most watched events in TV history.
2. Hulk Hogan and Linda Bollea
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They had been part of a pretty entertaining reality show about their family, but the two filed for divorce in 2007 after 23 years of marriage.
The move came shortly after their son Nick was in a car accident that seriously injured his best friend.
Their divorce wasn't settled until July 2009, and both had been spotted with much younger company during the proceedings.
1. Tiger Woods and Elin Woods
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Whether you are a fan of gossip shows or not, you couldn't escape this.
It has been one of the most shockingly sad stories in the sports world.
Last Thanksgiving, news broke of Woods being involved in a car crash near his home in Florida.
Rumors quickly surfaced of his wife beating him with a golf club. Later, it was uncovered that he had been linked to numerous other women.
Woods eventually made a public apology, and returned to golf.
It was obvious in his performance this year that his game wasn't the same.