By RantSports Staff on May 22, 2014
Mark Cuban has everyone in the sports world talking once again. This time, it's because he's openly admitted to being prejudiced in certain situations.
Here are 20 more sports figures, who like Cuban, enjoy speaking their mind:
No matter the situation, Noah almost always has an interesting comment. You may not agree with him, but he'll entertain you on some level.
The Jets head coach is all about outlandish comments. He doesn't hold back in press conferences, so who knows what comes out of his mouth behind the scenes.
Pierzynski is widely considered one of the grumpy old men of baseball these days. He's been running his mouth for years, and never shies away from what he views as the truth.
Money Mayweather is definitely outspoken, but you can also label him as cocky and arrogant too.
Clark is still an active player, but he shares many of his open and honest opinions during frequent appearances on SportsCenter.
Harbaugh cares about winning football games, and not much else. Along the way, he's not afraid to rip into whoever he deems fit.
The Black Mamba doesn't have much of a filter, and that's why people seem to equally love and hate him.
Kluwe is not known for his words on the football field, he's known for his words off the field. Some would argue that his loud support for gay marriage has kept him jobless in the NFL over the past year.
The Ravens legend is no longer giving locker room speeches. but he does a pretty good job speaking his mind while on set with The Mothership.
Tebow is technically still an athlete, but just in case he's taking his verbal talents to SEC Network this fall. You know he'll ruffle a few feathers along the way.
At his old football age Smith is not afraid to share his thoughts. He's on record as saying there will be a 'blood bath' when his new team (the Ravens) plays his former team the Panthers.
Wilson doesn't speak out a whole lot these days, but when he does, it's usually fiery in tone and worth a listen.
KG is now 38-years old. He doesn't have time to sugarcoat things and to care what people think about him.
Sonnen seems like he was born to be a WWE superstar on the mic, but he just so happens to be pretty good at real fighting too.
You may not always understand the message, but MWP is usually talking about something. In fact, he's always making a statement with his new name.
Stewart is not the most popular guy in NASCAR, and that's because many fans don't like the words that come out of this mouth. But there's no denying the guy loves his sport as much as anyone does.
The semi-retired pro wrestler is famous for dropping 'pipe bombs' on other wrestlers on-screen and on WWE officials backstage.
Harvey has been doing a lot of spouting off ever since he hit the DL with Tommy John surgery. The most infamous case included a photo of him flipping the bird on Twitter before he abruptly closed his account.
Doc Rivers is outspoken in a good way the majority of the time. He was tremendous in his handling of the Clippers-Sterling situation, and he's never afraid to rip the referees.
In the world of sports today, there's no one more outspoken than the Seahawks CB. Whether it's other players or the media, just remember -- don't you ever talk about Richard Sherman!
March 29, 2015 by Trevor Lowry
We are all hoping that Craig Sager makes a speedy recovery. Read More
March 29, 2015 by Rohit Ghosh
Saina Nehwal reached the top after Ratchanok Intanon defeated Carolina Marin in the first semifinal of the India Open Super Series. Read More
March 29, 2015 by Jacob Kornhauser
An essential bro code to live by is that you won't fool around with significant others of teammates. However, these 15 athletes allegedly didn't abide by that code. Read More
The co-hosts of the 2015 Cricket World Cup met in the final match. Australia won, as expected, and did so with absolute ease. Read More
March 28, 2015 by RanterX
Some of the hottest female athletes in the world have given us the gift of nudity. Read More
March 28, 2015 by Rohit Ghosh
The match officials for the World Cup match between Australia and New Zealand have been announced. Read More
According to the ICC's press release, the 2015 World Cup has been the best tournament ever to date. Read More
Australia captain Michael Clarke's last ODI match of career will be World Cup finals. Read More