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There isn’t much known about some of the best kickballers in the world. Name one famous kickball player. See, you can’t. Told ya. In a sport that is played so often, there isn’t a single household name. I did some research and found some of the best kickballers in the world. Well, some may not be the best in skill level, but are pretty badass themselves.

The Chicken

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This chicken I mean, he’s a certifiable stud. To be able to kick a ball that far with such little legs? I am impressed. The determination of keeping with it is also motivating. On top of that, think of how difficult it would be to try and tag out a chicken. You would look like Creed when Rocky Balboa is trying to teach him to catch a chicken. Chicken: 1 You: 0. This chicken is sure to make a kickball all star team.

Double Hit Dave

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This dude might just be the worst friend ever. On top of hitting his buddy square in the face, he also makes it even worse as he then nails him in the nuts on the rebound. However, it is hard not to be impressed by the accuracy. He may be kind of a wiener, but he is definitely a very good kickball player. That distance combined with the accuracy may be unparalleled.

Freakin’ Ninja Dude

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I mean talk about a pitcher. If you are in a dodgeball game against this guy, you may as well not only forfeit, but give up on dodgeball as a whole. Unlike the ninja girl, you would not be able to kick that ball. I can absolutely guarantee that. You aren’t that good. Both ninja dude and ninja girl go down in the kick ball hall of fame.

El Elefante

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El Elefante is well known around the animal community for his kickballing prowess. Even Disney tried to recruit him to be a feature at Animal Kingdom. Look at the fluidity of his kick. He times it perfectly and the ball skyrockets off his back leg at an extremely high velocity. With the power of El Elefante, I wouldn’t be surprised if that ball is still going.

The Karate Kid

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For the time being let’s ignore the fact that he hit his buddy in the face. The kick was epic. His spinning kick is one of the nicest kickball related things I have ever seen. He may be the one dude who could hit Ninja dude’s fastball. The speed of the spin is insane. I think the spin itself may be faster than Dri Archer’s 40.

Beast Mode

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Beast Mode’s ball may have hit the moon. Marshawn Lynch crushed, destroyed, obliterated, this kickball. Since he retired this offseason, he easily has a career cut out for him as a kickball all star. Beast Mode’s power may rival El Elefante. He is absolutely in the conversation for one of the best kickballers of all time.

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Jack Stevenson is a 16 year old sports writer from Connecticut. As a highschool student, sports writing is only a hobby. Along with contributing to The Playrs Club, Jack and a few of his friends created the so far unsuccessful site cafeteriasports.com. His claim to fame is his twitter game, and you can find him on all social media @jcs1757. Jack is an avid sports fan of all kinds and plays both varsity football and baseball. He hopes to be a sports writer full time one day.

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Jack Stevenson is a 16 year old sports writer from Connecticut. As a highschool student, sports writing is only a hobby. Along with contributing to The Playrs Club, Jack and a few of his friends created the so far unsuccessful site cafeteriasports.com. His claim to fame is his twitter game, and you can find him on all social media @jcs1757. Jack is an avid sports fan of all kinds and plays both varsity football and baseball. He hopes to be a sports writer full time one day.

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