Golden Knights of the World are all over the place.
There are the ones who go to a game and don’t even bother to watch the show, and then there are those who just like to watch a game for the adrenaline rush, or to see a fighter in action.
Golden Knights are a different breed of hero.
They are those players who choose to be the greatest fighter in the world, or they choose to make a name for themselves by winning.
Here’s a look at the best golden knights of the world.
Dan Jones Dan Jones was born on a small Scottish island in the late 1960s, and he started fighting when he was six.
His father was an experienced fighter and he was inspired to pursue his own goals.
At the age of seven, Dan went to school for a year and went on to fight at the local academy.
Dan got into the sport as an amateur, and went to fight for the WBA, WBC and WBO in the 1980s.
He won a belt with a brutal knockout of undefeated American George Foreman in 1988, but he never became a household name.
When he was 19, he decided to go to fight in the United States and trained at a gym in New Jersey.
Jones has won five world titles, and his career is regarded as one of the best in history.
Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira The Brazilian was born in the city of Porto Alegre in 1992 and is currently ranked number one in the featherweight division.
He first entered the world of mixed martial arts at the age 17, when he lost a very close decision to Saul Alvarez.
He has fought in numerous weight classes, and the Brazilian has a career record of 818-0 (with eight knockouts).
He was crowned world champion by taking on Antonio Rogerio Nogueiras in the WBC lightweight title in 2010.
Saul Alvarez Saul Alvarez is a Brazilian fighter who is a two-time WBC heavyweight champion and two-times WBA light heavyweight champion.
He is also the longest reigning world champion.
In 2010, he won his first world title by knockout over Wladimir Klitschko.
Antonio “El Torito” Martins Martins, who is also known as El Torito, is one of three unbeaten fighters in the UFC heavyweight division.
In 2003, he defeated the world champion Jose Aldo in a unanimous decision.
He holds the record for the most knockout wins in a UFC fight at 22.
Alexander Gustafsson Alexander Gustaffsson is a Swede who started fighting at the tender age of 10, and was promoted by Swedish boxer Johan “Bigfoot” Holm.
He then moved up to the UFC and became the UFC light heavyweight title challenger.
Gustafson fought in several weight classes throughout his career, and has a record of 16-4-1.
Michael Johnson Michael Johnson is a mixed martial artist who started his career in the US at the UFC.
He was later promoted by American heavyweight prospect Anthony Johnson and has won a number of fights in the division.
Johnson is currently the undisputed light heavyweight king, but has not fought since May 2016.
Ryan Bader Ryan Badaer is a former professional boxer who was drafted by the UFC to fight on the show The Ultimate Fighter.
He did not make it past the first round, and it was announced in 2017 that he would never fight again.
Badaar has fought three times in the lightweight division, and in his last fight he lost to Conor McGregor.
Terence Crawford The former champion of the welterweight division is now an MMA fighter.
Crawford fought in the Strikeforce featherweight tournament in 2011 and won a gold medal.
He competed in UFC events for a while and eventually lost his belt to Chad Mendes in 2016.
Michael Bisping Michael Bomping, who fought for the UFC in 2009, has won eight straight fights and is considered one of, if not the, best light heavyweight fighters in history, and is also one of only two people to ever win five consecutive UFC titles.
Ryan Blaney Ryan Blancey has been an MMA competitor for many years.
He began fighting at 14, and trained with MMA pioneer Mike Tyson at the American Kickboxing Academy in 1996.
He went on the rise and became a world champion in 2002, and won the light heavyweight belt.
He’s fought in multiple weight classes and is ranked number seven on this list.
Daniel Cormier Daniel Cormiers career is legendary.
He started his MMA career with the UFC, and now he’s one of boxing’s most decorated athletes.
He knocked out Georges St-Pierre in a rematch in 2013, and ended a three-fight losing streak with a fourth-round knockout of Jon Jones.
Cormier has been ranked number five on this year’s list, but is still fighting for the vacant WBO title.
Dan Henderson Dan Henderson is an American fighter who was a member of the UFC