Mike Schopp and the Bulldog once again held an open forum for their 'Earth Sports Fortress of Pantheon' on Tuesday. The idea behind the creation was to gather the very best in sport for one Ultimate Hall of Fame. This way, Babe Ruth wouldn't be on the same level as Bruce Sutter. The ESF of P makes sure that Wayne Gretzky does not reside in the same building as Joe Mullen.
The doors were re-open to discuss whether the field should be expanded to 35 members. Roger Federer, the new Grand Slam Record holder in Tennis was not in at the start of the day. Joe Montana, Mickey Mantle, Michael Phelps and Steffi Graf are just some of the names on the outside looking in.
Please Check back often as we plan on constantly changing and updating these hallowed halls. When funding comes through, the plan is to erect an actual Earth Sports Fortress of Pantheon on the waterfront.
Here is the official Mike Schopp and the Bulldog Earth Sports Fortress of Pantheon:
Considered by many to be the greatest running back of all time.
Without question, the best wide receiver of all time.
The quintessential quarterback.
You kick him out of the Pantheon.
A legend of the game.
replaced Carl Lewis 11.08.12
Changed the game for all time.
Everyone wants to be like Mike.
Always keeps sheets of paper handy with the number '100' written on them.
11 time champion.
His legend is still being written.
No one was better, until Tiger.
Set the tone for female athletes.
Numbers as sick as his lifestyle.
The Iron horse.
The final man standing in the Baseball Hall of Fame Rejection Committee.
The most important player in baseball history.
6 World Records in 1935.
Carl Lewis Eliminated 11.08.12
Richard Petty (replaced Dale Earnhardt 4/19/12)
Best Racer of All Time
Only driver ever to win Indy, Daytona and Formula One World Championship.
Real name is Edison.
John Wooden (Replaced Joe Louis 4/19/12)
Billie Jean King
12 Grand Slams. (not the breakfasts.)
Even the all-time greats call him the all-time great. (bumped Lance Armstrong on 2.18.10)
A horse. Not a human.....but....whatever.
Special thanks to Jason Tedeschi for coming up with an ESF of P logo.