Donald “Day” Trump has officially been named the 2016 Republican presidential candidate. Not only has Trump gotten the nod from the Republican Party, but many athletes are also endorsing the billionaire in his quest to become the next President of the United States.
While we know Trump gave Tom Brady all the credit for cruising to the Massachusetts primary victory back in March, did you know that Brady—allegedly—isn't the only Patriot probably throwing his support behind the former reality TV star?
Here's a list of some of the most prominent athletes and sports personalities that, in all likelihood, will be voting for The Donald come November.
There were rumors that he would speak at the RNC (he didn’t, because of philanthropic activities), but despite no official announcement from Tebow, he was still invited to speak at the convention.
Tyson became a top heavyweight fighter in Trump’s hotels in Atlantic City, so it’s no surprise to see the champ support him.
Daly’s wild pants + Trump’s wild antics = endorsement for presidency.
A guy who got fired for making racist comments is endorsing a guy who’s been known to make racist comments. It all adds up, brother.
We’ve seen lots of confusing headlines about whether Trump supporters are being bullied or if they’re the ones attacking others, but this time the Trump supporter is definitely the bully. The offensive lineman made his way to a Trump rally back in March.
The former running back played under Trump’s New Jersey Generals in the defunct USFL, which is pretty much Trump’s fault anyway, but Walker called his former boss his “frontrunner” for the presidency.
Despite being called out by the Republican, the owner of the Jets helped Trump raise $1 billion as one of six finance chairmen at the Republican National Committee. He isn’t the only member of the Jets to show support for Trump, either.
One of the masterminds behind the ‘85 Chicago Bears wants Trump as President, even though he thinks he needs to “think a little more before he says things.”