Rockstar Athletes Get Their Kit Off For ESPN

Rockstar Athletes Get Their Kit Off For ESPN

We love nothing more than a good nude story, and today we’re in luck, because a whole bunch of athlete superstars are stripping down to their birthday suit for ESPN.

ESPN’s annual Body Issue, which hits the shelves on July 6, features a whole swag of successful athletes, including, but not limited to, Chicago Red Stars Christen Press, NBA champ Dwyane Wade, NFL legend Vince Wilfork, and UFC fighter Conor McGregor.

Speaking to ESPN, Press said that her body is “100 per cent made” for her sport.

“I’m 100 per cent a byproduct of my sport. I always tell my teammates that I only have muscles where they get to play.

“I have butt muscles, thigh muscles, and then my upper body is super skinny – except for in my shoulders, which you need for a little bit of strength to hold other players off the ball.”

Wade commented on the shoot, adding, “It was uncharted water for me”, after he knocked ESPN back for the past seven years.

“It was one of those moments where it’s good to overcome a fear of something.”

But enough chatter, check out a few sneak peeks below, courtesy of ESPN, including a behind the scenes vid:

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