Should Tim Tebow consider a career in professional wrestling?
WWE star Mike "The Miz" Mizanin believes so. The Heisman Trophy-winning football champion who has a solid career as a television personality could be a great addition to the world of wrestling, according to Mizanin.
"He would be the greatest bad guy we've ever had," the wrestler said on ESPN's SportsNation. "In the world, he's a good guy — he's so good. In the WWE, he would bad because he's so good. The WWE Universe likes bad boys." more >>
Once one of the NFL's most promising stars, former quarterback Tim Tebow, is now hoping to make a homerun with an MLB team and he's already selling autographed baseball memorabilia before landing a contract — stirring up a firestorm of criticism.
Tebow will be working out for all 30 big-league teams later this month but is considered to be a longshot by some sports analysts. The biggest dust-up, however, centers on Tebow's move to market baseball collectibles.
Jason Whitlock, co-host of the Fox Sports show "Speak for Yourself," says the sports figure's decision to sign and sell baseball bats and baseballs is in bad form and shows disrespect to baseball players, especially since Tebow has yet to get signed to an MLB team — let alone play his first game. more >>
Tim Tebow's smile might be just as recognizable as his name, but that doesn't mean the football player-turned-motivational speaker is immune to negative thoughts and feelings.
In a Rolling Stone interview, the Heisman trophy winning University of Florida football champion spoke about dealing with those trials at different points in life.
"Whether you're sitting on the edge of the bed and you're thinking 'there're 32 [NFL] teams and nobody wants me' or 'no one wants me to do what I want to do.' Or you get another opportunity, and you don't make it," Tebow revealed. "I've been cut four times. Well only three, but traded once, so it kind of counts as four." more >>
Former Heisman Trophy winner Tim Tebow is turning his attention toward a career as a baseball player while his professional football career is stuck in the mud as an unsigned free agent.
Citing Tebow's agent Jimmy Sexton and Nick Khan, ESPN's Adam Schefter reports that the 28-year-old devout Christian quarterback is now actively pursuing a career in professional baseball and will hold a workout for Major League Baseball clubs sometime in August.
Although Tebow has not played a regular season NFL game since 2012 and was cut by the Philadelphia Eagles right before the start of the 2015 season, he has not given up his hope of a career as a professional athlete. more >>
Just as former NFL quarterback Tim Tebow fought to win on the football field, one Florida woman is fighting to save her life.
Carolyn Bucca has stage 4 breast cancer. Not knowing how long she has to live, Bucca has created a bucket list that contains a single item: to meet Heisman-winning football star Tim Tebow, First Coast News 12 reports.
In a letter to Tebow, Bucca writes, "Tim, I wanted to write to you in a letter on behalf of myself and my girlfriend who have always wanted to meet our mentor, you." more >>
Tim Tebow has proven that he's never too busy for his fans after he took a break from his latest project to spend time with a pint-sized admirer.
Tebow was in Gastonia, North Carolina, shooting a video for his second book, Shaken: Discovering Your True Identity in the Midst of Life's Storms last week when 11-year-old Phillip Williams, the son of Gaston County Commissioner Jason Williams, slipped a note under the door where Tebow was filming to ask for an autograph.
To his family's surprise, the 28-year-old NFL quarterback-turned-television personality and motivational speaker decided to halt what he was doing to meet them. more >>