Top 10 intimidating cars
Chrysler PT Cruiser It's simple - the PT Cruiser looks like a mini hearse.
The oddball design means it looks like it belongs to a funeral procession.
Which professional players struck fear into their opponents the most?
Ray Lewis, Eric Lindros, and Mike Tyson (remember that ear incident?
It's available in long-wheelbase, a version that has been extended by 170mm to offer more interior space and a floatier feel, quite suitable for the aptly-named Ghost.
While some athletes play clean, they certainly aren't listed here.
No one wanted to face these guys, and for good reason. Also Ranked #12 on Athletes Who Spark the Most Fan Arguments #52 on The Best Athletes of All Time #8 on The Funniest Professional Athletes #4 on The Best Heavyweight Boxers of All Time When you're considered the greatest of all time, it usually means you had a certain way of carrying yourself and intimidating other players, and that's exactly what Michael Jordan did.
While he wasn't a big man who banged bodies down low, Jordan was arguably the most competitive athlete ever, pushing both himself and others to get the best out of their abilities - and he nearly always came out on top because of it. Showing a rare ability to jump and swat passes, bulldoze through blocks to get to the passer, or get to the outside with tremendous speed, Watt is a throwback to when players were all about one thing, playing football with no excuses.
Also Ranked #4 on Athletes Who Spark the Most Fan Arguments #1 on The Greatest Shooting Guards in NBA History #1 on The Top NBA Players Of All Time #1 on The Best Athletes of All Time Hands-down, the best defender in the NFL right now, Houston Texans defensive end J. Also Ranked #20 on The Greatest Defenders in NFL History #25 on The Best Football Players Ever #28 on The Greatest Defensive Tackles of All Time #3 on The Athletes That Millennials Love the Most Ray Lewis might just be the best middle linebacker in the history of the NFL - and he used passion, grit, and skill to get there.
Winning two Super Bowls during his career, Lewis made sure opposing players didn't try coming into his area, because he often knocked the snot out of them or made another big play.Rolls-Royce Ghost There's an obvious reason this made our list: the name.