Sports Myths That Are Proven True

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Sports Myths That Are Proven True

American sports and sports in general have a colorful history of triumphs, glory and defeat. The Gladiators fought epic battles in the Colosseum in Rome. 

An epic miracle on ice occurred when Herb Brooks led a team of amateur and collegiate players in defeating the mighty Soviet team while also winning the gold.

The Yankees broke in their new stadium by winning the 2009 World Series, just as their forefathers did in the old Stadium's inaugural season.

We all know that sports are littered with iconic moments, heartbreaking defeats and various sportsmen stepping to the plate to be heroes.

Myths are the one thing that is sure to be found in every sport in the world. Like when Babe Ruth hit a "called shot" home run in the 1932 World Series against the Chicago Cubs or that a NFL player can't lose his job because of injury.  

A lot myths are proven to be just stories that take a life of their own, to the point when many beloved it to be fact, but in reality, they are untrue.

There are also myths that are true, but take on mythical qualities to where it unbelievable to the point where people will shrug it off as a sports folk tale.

The myths in the upcoming slides are proven true, damn true and if you doubt me then you're very welcome to prove that the myth to be false!

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