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After years of speculation, years of myths and urban legends fluttering about in the sports world, we have finally, once and for all, received confirmation about one of the greatest anecdotes of all time. Dikembe Mutombo did in fact ask, “Who wants to sex Mutombo?” when he would walk into clubs. It’s true. Dan LeBatard...Read More
Former NBA big man Dikembe Mutombo was a great shot-blocker and one hell of a pick up artist with his legendary pick-up line, “Who wants to sex Mutombo?”
But is it true? Is it mere rumor or is it actually truth?
His former teammate, Alonzo Mourning, came clean about that legendary line and confirmed is it 100 percent true despite Mutombo’s denials.
As funny as that line is...
Thank you Zo for finally bringing the truth about Dikembe Mutombo and his A+ game, even though I feel like everyone already knew this was true. This story is like when you’re taking a test and 5×5 comes up. You know it equals 25 but you type in 5×5 in your calculator just to make [&hellip
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Hey, check this out: Alonzo Mourning basically just called Dikembe Mutombo a liar. At least, in our minds he’s a liar, because we really, really want “Who wants to sex Mutombo?” to be a thing that actually happened. Anyway, thanks, ‘Zo, for the confirmation. It’s all the proof this journalist needs. [HQ]
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Alonzo Mourning confirms one of the greatest urban legends in NBA history. WHO WANTS TO SEX MUTOMBO is very real (and it worked).
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In an instance of extreme and utter disappointment to fans of legendary Internet tales everywhere, former NBA great Dikembe Mutombo denied during an interview that he ever uttered the words that in some circles came to be the identifying trademark of the basketball player. A 2006 Deadspin article was one of the original sources of […] The post Dikembe Mutombo denies ever saying...