Re: Biggest fraud in sports history
Evel Knievel was pulling in 'bigger bucks' than Muhammad Ali.
It wasn't even close, as Evel pulled in $6,000,000 for the 1974
Snake River Canyon Jump.
Then he made another $30,000,000 off of merchandise marketing.
Evel told Muhammad Ali, you just can't fight these guys, getting your brains
smashed. Do something big, fight some Japanese Wrestler or a Russian Weight-lifter.
Fight Bruce Lee if you have to.
The public wants it, they're stupid. They'll buy anything.