The former Heisman Trophy winner used ballet as a training method for his football career. Too soft for you? Well, the running back also used mixed martial arts to train, he even won an MMA fight at the tender age of 47.
Rajon Rondo-Roller Skating
The silky smooth Dallas Mavericks point guard likes to roller skate in his free time. Most of the time Rondo's moves are putting roller skates on the defenders, maybe thats where he got the hobby.
Karl Malone-Truck Driver
Affectionately named The Mailman's Truck, Malone owns a 72-foot-long, 34,000-pound 18-wheeler. The Mailman may have been the wrong nickname for the Hall of Famer, but The Truck Driver just doesn't have the same ring to it.
One of the greatest golfers of all time, Tiger doesn't spend a lot of time in the water when he's golfing, but that's a different story off the course. Eldrick loves to go spearfishing when he isn't winning one of those 14 majors.
Tim Duncan-Dungeons & Dragons
Raise your hand if you thought that a seven-foot tall future Hall of Famer was an avid player of the fantasy game Dungeons & Dragons. I see a Community cameo in the future for The Big Fundamental.
Mike Tyson-Pigeon Whisperer
Of course, a former Heavyweight knock-out artist that once bit part of a dude's ear off raises pigeons in his downtime. Tyson raised pigeons before his boxing days, no lie, and now he's parlayed his affinity for these winged beasts into Take on Tyson on Animal Planet.
Kyrie Irving-Dressing as the Elderly
The Former No. 1 pick out of Duke dressed as old-man "Uncle Drew" in a series of Pepsi Max commercials in 2012 where he'd take younger ballers to school on the basketball court. That's a pocket pass!
Lance Briggs-Comic Book Writer
A ferocious linebacker for over a decade, the Pro Bowler not only loves to read comic books, he even wrote one himself. Written in 2011, "Seraph" was the debut comic from the guy that looks like he could be in the comics
On the advice of movie-star buddies Will Smith and Tom Cruise, David Beckham took up the niche-sport. I smell a reboot of The Three Musketeers. No? No one?
Now old folks have a new reason to mosey on down to the BINGO table. International soccer star and dreamboat Cristiano Ronaldo loves the anticipation of his number being called. Here's a hint CR7: O71 is a myth.
Lolo Jones-Dance Dance Revolution
When Lolo Jones isn't skipping through the air hurdling or bobsledding in the Winter Olympics, she likes to play the interactive video game Dance Dance Revolution, which is usually reserved for movie theatres and that Dave and Buster's you swear you're going to go to one of these nights.
Shaquille O'Neal-Law Enforcement
The Big Aristotle always had an interest in law enforcement, and while with the Lakers Shaq went through Sheriff training and became a reserve officer. The unofficial tallest cop of all-time once took a $1 salary as a Miami reserve officer.
One of the most talented and volatile wide receivers in NFL history was also part of another incredibly-popular sport in America, NASCAR. Moss even owned his own racing company, Randy Moss Motorsports, that was shut down in 2012.