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Dennis Rodman reveals who could pull more women among Michael Jordan, Tiger Woods, and him

Rodman revealed he pulled more women than Michael Jordan and Tiger Woods because he was unattached at that time.
Tiger Woods, Dennis Rodman, and Michael Jordan

Tiger Woods, Dennis Rodman, and Michael Jordan

Dennis Rodman remains legendary on and off the court. Years removed from his glory days, Rodman's popularity hasn't waned a bit. His myth continues to grow with every story coming out recently. The Menace only had one answer when asked who could pull the most women.

"I was the only one single"

Rodman guested on the Full Send Podcast hosted by Kyle Forgeard and Bob Menery, and as with all things related to the former Chicago Bull forward, the conversation went from zero to 100 real quick. Dennis was asked who could pull more chicks: him, Tiger Woods, or Michael Jordan.

"I was the only one single. I mean, every game I had girls left and right. I didn't care." Rodman explained.

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That was a safe answer from Dennis, who probably didn't snitch on MJ and Tiger. But Rodman admitted that his appeal never waned even after retiring from playing for decades. "I do a lot of cool stuff, even today. It's amazing when you retire from basketball, a lot of people don't forget about you. Especially today with the social media."

Rodman dated many women, including celebrities such as Madonna, Carmen Electra, and Vivica Fox. So, his answer might have some truth in it. The 5-time NBA champion also shared he didn't have sex every day, as it's impossible to do when playing basketball every day but admitted he'd done the deed in an airplane, on the United Center arena, and in Vegas, among others.

Athletes and personal relationships

Rodman's sex and dating life get coverage now, but could you imagine the ruckus it would have created back then if social media existed in their era? But say whatever you wanted to say about Dennis, but he did his job on the court. Whatever he did outside it, he compensated with his rebounds and playing tough defense.

Tiger Woods was involved in cheating allegations that almost ended his career. Good thing he was able to bounce back from it. Michael Jordan was far more private with his relationships, but with the superstar status he enjoyed back in the day, he lived life on the edge.

Stories of Mike, Dennis, and Tiger hanging out, partying, dating, and having sex with plenty of women would always get coverage because it painted them as ordinary people despite leading extraordinary lives. While we may not know the veracity of such claims, it's nice to hear such stories become part of the myths around sporting idols. 

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