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Men Who R Amazing!

Which men do you think are truly amazing?

Men Who R Amazing!

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#1 Muhammad Ali

Larger than life, Muhammad Ali was first famous for his boxing, celebrated for his style and witty pre-fight talk. His other causes, such as social and political campaigning transformed him into one of the most iconic stars on the planet.

#2 Thomas Edison

It took Edison thousands of attempts. When a newspaper reporter asked Thomas Edison how he felt about his 10,000 failures, Edison replied:

"I have not failed 10,000 times. I have not failed once. I have succeeded in proving that those 10,000 ways will not work. When I have eliminated the ways that will not work, I will find the way that will work."

#3 Bruce Lee

Known as the most famous martial artist of the 21st century, Bruce Lee was also an actor, filmmaker and revolutionary thinker, Lee created his own martial arts style called ’Jeet Kune Do’ meaning ‘The way of the intercepting fist.’

#4 Winston Churchill

Famous for his inspiring and motivating speeches, dogged
determination and refusal to give in. Winston Churchill was Britain’s prime minister for most of World War II.

Known for his ‘V for victory’ sign, Churchill led Britain through the Blitz, as well as the Battle of Britain.

#5 Richard Branson

It is a success that was never expected for a dyslexic, near-sighted boy. In fact, school was a nightmare for Richard, he was embarrassed by his dyslexia as he had to memorize and recite word for word in public.

#6 Walt Disney

The name Walt Disney is easily recognised by lots of children around the world. However, it was not always that way. He started his own company, known as Laugh-O-gram, to create his own short animations. Although the cartoons were popular, he had to close the company. This was not going to stop Walt Disney!

#7 Albert Einstein

Probably known as the most famous and accomplished scientist of all time, Albert Einstein’s image can be recognised around the globe. However, Einstein was not always considered a genius. He got poor marks during his school years.

#8 Mahatma Gandhi

Mahatma, meaning “great-souled”, is fondly remembered by the world as one of the most famous freedom fighters in the history of mankind.

#9 Barack Obama

Barack Obama is best known for being the first African American President of the United States.

#10 Pele

During the 1958 World Cup, the 17-year-old Pele scored a staggering 6 goals leading the Brazilian National Team to victory. Consequently, Brazil won its first World Cup that year. The world paid attention to the young star – Pele.

#11 Matt Stutzman

Matt Stutzman was born without arms – just stumps at the shoulders – but there is nothing he cannot do.

He holds a world record for the most accurate distance shot in archery, which includes able-bodied archers.

#12 Roger Bannister

In 1954, Roger Bannister, a 25-year-old British medical student, made history by becoming the first man to run a mile in less than four minutes. A feat that was thought to be humanly impossible!

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