Notorious sports stars

Name these sports celebrities who have become infamous for their excesses or extravagant behavior
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Last updated: March 10, 2017
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Former basketball star is noteworthy for tattoos and bodypiercings and tried bullfighting post career
Dennis Rodman
Overweight golfer struggled with alcohol, trashed hotel rooms and had a gambling problem
John Daly
1970s tennis star who insulted the crowds, broke rackets, and shot balls at the ballboys
John McEnroe
Famous boxer bit off a part of opponent's ear during a bout
Mike Tyson
Overweight Brit participated in 1988 Olympic ski jump event despite lack of experience and without a coach
Eddie "the Eagle" Edwards
Former French soccer star was convicted for assaulting a spectator with a "kung-fu" kick
Eric Cantona
1970s English F1 pilot was a womanizer and boozer
James Hunt
American figure skater without scruples had her main rival beaten with crowbar
Tonya Harding
Boston Bruins hockey enforcer was convicted of assault for bashing opponent 's head with a stick in 2000
Marty McSorley
Baseball player and manager bet on games and pleaded guitly to tax evasion
Pete Rose
Controversial boxing promoter was twice charged in homocides and sued by several boxers for fraud
Don King
Former Penn State defensive coordinator faces sexual abuse charges
Jerry Sandusky
Canadian sprinter was stripped off the Gold Medal in Seoul 1988 100 m event for using anabolic stereoids
Ben Johnson
Retired Argentine soccer star scored the "hand of God" goal and is known for drug abuse and tax evasion
Diego Maradona
US cyclist overcame cancer but duped the world repeatedly about his ongoing doping schemes
Lance Armstrong
Former football star was acquitted of murder but held liable in civil court for wrongful death in the same case
O.J. Simpson
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